About Us

Our Mission

Our mission is to redevelop the idea of a small private practice caring for community needs. As hospital employed and other large corporate groups grew, the connection between the patient and his or her provider weakened. Our goal is to provide comprehensive personalized care.

Read about the history of Saxony here

 

Dr. Eric Siegel

Dr. Eric Siegel is a graduate of Ross University School of Medicine and completed his training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Charleston Area Medical in West Virginia in 2010. He has previously held academic affiliations with Albany Medical College and the University of North Dakota. Dr. Siegel founded Saxony this year with the goal of reviving the spirit of private practice.

“It was my belief that private practices were closer to the patient. The goal at Saxony was to recreate a bond with the patient that seems to have been lost as doctors left small practices and joined larger corporate and hospital employed groups. At Saxony, we are physician owned and operated. Our lack of a complex administrative structure allows us to provide the best and most efficient care possible.”

Dr. Siegel provides a full scope of Women’s Health Services. His practice interests include minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, management of menopause, contraception, endometriosis and other complex gynecologic conditions in all age groups ranging from adolescence to the elderly.

Dr. Colleen Parent

Colleen Parent is a board certified family physician, seeing all ages starting at newborns. She is a native of the Capital Region, having gone to Union College and SUNY Upstate Medical University and completed her training in Asheville NC. Dr. Parent is excited to embark on this
new adventure and collaboration with Dr. Siegel. Having worked previously in a rural town, it is great to be working in a small office where patients and staff are like family.

Dr. Parent has a special interest in behavioral medicine and how the mind-body-spirit interactions affect our physical health. She wants to work together with her patients to help them on their path to wellness. She enjoys watching babies grow up and talking to teens about difficult topics. Her goal is to help her patients be their best selves.