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Training and Education
M.D., American University of Antigua
M.B.A., Plymouth State University
B.A., Communication, University at Buffalo
Family Medicine Resident, Hackensack Meridian Health Mountainside Medical Center
Reintine Han, MD is a member of Summit Health’s Family Medicine team. Dr. Han provides individualized health care for a diverse patient base from newborns to the elderly. Her special interests include preventative medicine with a focus on nutrition, lifestyle, and stress management as well as women’s heath, including Pap smears and IUD (intrauterine device) placement and removal.
Prior to becoming a physician, Dr. Han spent several years working in finance. Despite her success, she felt unfulfilled. “I wanted a career where I could feel like I was making a difference in the lives of others,” she says. “Being a family medicine doctor fulfills this goal.”
Dr. Han completed her residency at Hackensack Meridian Mountainside where she served as Chief Resident and was recognized as Diplomat of Family Medicine for her consistent professional performance and enthusiastic commitment to the residency program. She also received the George W. Miller Scholar Award, which recognizes creativity and curiosity that helps foster an environment of academic excellence.
Dr. Han wants her patients to be able to live full and healthy lives, something she works at by keeping their uniqueness in mind and taking time to learn their health history, habits, hobbies, and goals. “Whether they are attending prom, getting married, or having children, I’d like to be there for them to keep them at their best,” she says.
Dr. Han’s passion for increasing early education in developing countries inspired her efforts in helping to build a library with an accompanying literacy program for impoverished Antiguan schoolchildren. She is also a supporter of Hounds in Pounds, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving dogs.
When not caring for patients, Dr. Han enjoys traveling to new countries and learning about other cultures. She most recently traveled to the East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania. She also enjoys catching up on her favorite Netflix shows and movies and spending quality time with her husband and rescue dog, Bucky.