Meet the Team

Denise Pavek, Practice AdministratorDenise Pavek

Denise Pavek joined Bay Crossing Family Medicine in the fall of 2014. She was born and raised in New Jersey and moved to Maryland with her husband and two children in 1999. While working for a major international electronics company, Denise graduated from Dominican College with a degree in Business Management. After leaving the corporate world behind to raise her children, Denise began teaching preschool locally. Denise enjoys long walks with her dogs, traveling to new places and organic gardening in her backyard.

 

 


Angelica Vergil, Office ReceptionistAngelica Vergil

Angelica Vergil joined Bay Crossing Family Medicine in the fall of 2014. After graduating from Boston University and working at MIT, she moved to Maryland when she got married. Angelica began teaching preschool and Spanish while raising her daughter. She enjoys photography, traveling and volunteering with local charities.

 

 

 


Yamel Ordonio-Mendez, Medical AssistantYamel Ordonio-Mendez

Yamel joined Bay Crossing Family Medicine in the winter of 2015. She is a recent graduate of Med Tech School specializing as a Medical Assistant. She is fluent in both English and Spanish. She enjoys spending time outdoors with her son and dancing.

Ramona Seidel, MD

Physician

“I believe all patients are entitled to respectful listening and a shared approach to their care. My philosophy is to be proactive in care; to prevent disease and complications of disease by managing not just medications, but lifestyle. I strive to provide the care people need and want when they need and want it. I believe in a “whole person” approach to care: I try to understand the greater context of my patients’ lives and thus help them overcome barriers to improved health and well-being.”

Elizabeth Posoli, PA-C

Physician Assistant

“With over 15 years of experience, I continue to provide compassionate care for my patients. I truly enjoy getting to know each and every person. The personal relationship between provider and patient is just as important as the healthcare relationship.”