William Grant, MD
Dr. William H. Grant graduated from the University Of Alabama School Of Medicine in 1995 after already having completed an Undergraduate Degree in Marine Engineering from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Dr Grant served as an officer in the US Navy at the rank of Lieutenant from 1983 until 1988. His service included Division officer aboard the USS Tautog SSN 639 stationed at Pearl Harbor, Hi. After completing his Naval Service Dr. Grant began his career in Medicine and has worked in primary care medicine since. Dr. Grant attended the Alabama School of Medicine from 1991 to 1995, and completed his residency in family medicine withobstetrics at the Huntsville campus. Dr. Grant's clinical experience has been in primary care medicine for over 15 years and he has was certified in Age Management medicine at Cenegenics Training Institute in 2006. Dr. Grant has worked in primary care medicine since 1995. His interest in Hormone Replacement Therapy started before it was popular, as he received his training in Age Management with Cenegenics in 2006. Dr Grant is Board Certified with the American Board of Family Medicine as well as trained in advanced Cardiac Life Support & Advanced Trauma Life Support. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Medicine as well as the North Carolina Academy of Family Practice. When he is away from the clinic, Dr. Grant enjoys outdoor activities inclusive of boating, skiing, fishing and camping with his wife four children and his family dog, Tyberius, a rescue pet from a local shelter. Dr. Grant's commitment to the advancement of Age Management Medicine, as well as the quality care given his patients at PAMC is paramount in achieving outcomes while exceeding best practice principals.
Elizabeth Ciereszko, RN, BSN
Elizabeth is passionate about providing patient care that exceeds client expectations. Upon graduating from Georgetown University she worked in Obstetrics, Gynecology, Surgery, and Primary Care. She has served in various roles including as Nurse Manager of a Labor and Delivery, two OR and four Recovery Room unit at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center in New York City. Prior to moving to Raleigh in 2002, Elizabeth had also lived and worked in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Her interests include preventative care, optimal aging, and integrative medicine. Elizabeth first researched Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy inn 2006 for a family member who had undergone a hysterectomy and was suffering from the debilitating effects of hormone loss. Elizabeth discovered this practice and arranged appointments. Her cousin responded very well to the prescribed BHRT and gratefully announced that she felt “like a new person”.
In conjunction with BHRT anti-aging medicine, Elizabeth is fascinated by how lifestyle choices can impact the expression of genes and, thus, longevity and health. She is also a long time student of the “human stress response” and the adverse effects of chronic stress on emotional health often resulting in insomnia, depression and anxiety as well as physical health such as cardiovascular disease.
When not working, Elizabeth loves to travel; having family in Poland, she’s had the opportunity to visit there several times. She was once able to combine business with pleasure during a “Medical Experience and Information” exchange trip to Moscow where she lived with host family of physicians, toured hospitals, and attended medical seminars. Closer to home, Elizabeth’s choice travel destination is simply the NC shoreline where spending time by the beach is her favorite way to relax. Family time, going to the gym, volunteering at her church and spending time outdoors rounds out her time away from the office.
Beth Rosato, CMA
Beth Rosato, C.M.A. received her certification in Medical Assisting at Wake Technical Community College, and was certified as a C.M.A. in January of 1997. Beth is a member of the American Association of Medical Assistants and has been a part of the PAMC/Stocks Institute team since 1999. Beth also has professional experience in primary care medicine and general surgery outside of her considerable experience in Age Management Medicine here at PAMC. Beth is our go to team member who provides clinical support for our senior and mid-level clinicians. Beth is our contact source for patient assessment after treatment, and provides outstanding customer service to ensure patient satisfaction. When she is not working, Beth enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, extended family and volunteering at her church and her children’s school. Beth is a lifelong North Carolina resident.
Tori Collett, Front Office Manager
After being a stay at home mom to my 3 beautiful, daughters I entered the full time workforce later in life. I received my AFAA certification in 1989 and became an aerobics instructor. I’ve always had a heart to encourage others to reach their personal fitness goals. Now, I’ve been able to bring that passion to see the aging population continue to live life to their fullest by working for the past 5 years in the BHRT industry. By far, Physicians Age Management Centers has been the most fulfilling. Their longevity in the industry and their attention to the individual patient’s needs and goals makes me proud to be a part of this thriving community. I’m not only working with PAMC, but I’m a patient as well! I’m an avid reader with a hunger for knowledge in fitness, health and anti-aging. When I’m not working, I love long walks, playing board games and watching movies with my wonderful husband of 36 years as well with my daughters, son in laws and my 4 grandsons.