Medical Director International Institute of Holistic Health (04/2016)

President, International Institute of Holistic Medicine (04/2016)

Medical Director, Shealy Pain Rehabilitation (04/2016)

Co-founder & CEO, Samvit Wellness, LLC

Founder & CEO of Power Principles, LLC (2008-2014)

Founder & CEO of Physician Weight Loss and Wellness (07/2006-02/2007)

Medical Director of Bariatric Medicine at Tri-State Bariatrics (09/2006-09/2007)

Sergey Sorin, MD, a renowned healer, educator, author and Reiki Master, began his career in

traditional medicine studying the fields of Family Medicine, Urgent Care, Occupational Medicine

and Emergency Medicine. He earned his degree from SUNY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn

School of Medicine. 
After a life-altering diagnosis of colon cancer in 2007, Dr. Sorin began to apply his knowledge of

the mind, body and spirit in his personal and professional life.
In 2016, Dr. Sorin joined forces with one of the world's leading experts in pain and depression

management Dr. Norm Shealy. Dr. Sorin will serve as the Medical Director at the International Institute of Holistic Health IIOHH and as President of the International Institute of Holistic Medicine located in Springfield, Missouri. 
Dr. Sorin has been the recipient of the Kalberman Award for Excellence in Chemistry and has an advanced certificate in Health Care Management from SUNY Health Science Center at Stony Brook University. He has served as a Medical Director at Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Bath, NY as well serving as an administrator at Delphi Healthcare. Dr. Sorin founded a Physician Weight Loss and Wellness center and also served as a Medical Director for a Surgical Weight Loss Practice. His travels have included a medical mission to Honduras, traveling assignments in the Virgin Islands as well as serving people in Kotzebue, Alaska and nearby native villages. He also travels to Peru and other destinations where he studies Shamanic Medicine.
In Dr. Sergey Sorin’s search for deeper meaning and purpose in his life, his path crossed another physician, Dr. Brian Dailey, a long-time veteran of the Monroe Institute and a true healer and Reiki Master. Dr. Sorin became a Reiki Master-Teacher and later joined the Monroe Institute’s Professional Division. Now he serves as an Advisory Board member and is on the Institutional Review Board for Research Development at the institute.
Dr. Sorin is especially interested in education and teaching and has been involved in the training of physicians and other health care providers in the academic setting as well as in community settings including having been an instructor for the American Heart Association.
Dr. Sorin is collaborating with Dr. Dailey in developing and conducting workshops focused on achieving and experiencing the optimal human potential (you are more, let’s explore!). The goal is to educate health professionals and individuals about a holistic approach to healing by combining conventional and complementary and alternative modalities.
Dr. Sorin authored two books and is founder of Power Principle, a Mind-Body-Spirit Alignment for Self Awareness and Manifestation.​

Board Membership:
International Science of Mind Church for Spiritual Healing-Board Member 
TMI-Monroe Institute Board of Advisors and Professional Division Member
TMI-Institutional Review Board for Research

Advanced Certificate in Health Care Management
                         Stony Brook University; Stony Brook, NY  

MD,    SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn School of Medicine
        Brooklyn, NY (06/1996-06/2000) 
 BA,    CUNY, Brooklyn College
        Brooklyn, NY
        Major: Chemistry (06/1991-06/1996)

Licensure and Certifications:
    Board Certified for Family Practice since 07/2004
    Current NY State License #229335 active (Since 07/25/03) and DEA registration since 2004 
        Current PA State License: MD 449292 active
    Certified in BLS, ACLS, PALS, and ATLS
    AHA Instructor Status in BLS, ACLS and PALS in 2013-2014

Academic Honors:
        Brooklyn College Dean's honor list 1994 and 1995
        Kalberman Award 1995 (for excellence in chemistry)
        Golden Key National Honor Society 1994

Locums Tenens and Per Diem Work (Current):

    Via Team Health-Per Diem
    Oleans Hospital (per diem contract, High Acuity, 36,000 annual volume), (Oleans, NY)
    Starting 11/2015 (current)
    Via Medicus Locums (Current contracts):

    Medina (Orleans Community Hospital ER) and MASH Urgent Care system
    Medina NY, and various sites for MASH Urgent Care locations  (9/2015 and current)

    Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital  (Wellsboro, PA) (5/2014 and current)
    Wellsboro, PA (16,000 annual volume)
    Bertrand Chaffee Hospital (Springville, NY-9,000 annual volume) and
    Eastern Niagara Hospitals (Lockport, NY-14,500 volume and Newfane NY-7,800 volume) 

Medicus Locums (Prior contracts):

    URMC (Strong West) (7/2014 till 10/31/15)
    Brockport, NY (21,000 annual volume)
    Via Schumacher Group: (5/2014 till 7/2014)
    Clearfield Hospital (Clearfield, PA-27,000 annual volume)

    Via Lake Erie Health System of NY: (Till 3/2013)
    Since 5/2012: Lake Shore Hospital (Irving, NY)
    Since 2/2013: Brooks Hospital (Dunkurk, NY-21,000 annual volume)

    Weatherby Locums:
    3/2013 till 1/30/2014: Lewis County General Hospital (Lowville, NY-12,000 annual volume)

    Delphi and Workfit Medical Health Care (11/2010 till 11/2013)
    Located in Finger Lakes region in Upstate NY
Full time from 11/2010 till 11/2012:
Covering multiple hospitals around Finger Lakes area and Rochester, NY including:
ER, Hospitalist, and Administrative duties (Core Member of the Delphi and Work Fit Medical Group) including active coverage and being available for the following hospitals:

Medina Hospital (11/2010’-11/2013’), Clifton Springs Hospital (12/2010’-11/2013), Jones Memorial Hospital (11/2010-7/2013), Ira Davenport Hospital (9/2010-7/2013), Schyler Hospital (11/2010-till 2013) and Bath VA Hospital (9/2010-7/2013)

Medical Director position within the Delphi/Work Fit group for the Bath VA inpatient service and Emergency Room from 03/2011 till 03/2012, including being a member of the Peer Review committee at the Bath VA

Changing to Part Time/Per Diem Status with the Delphi and Work Fit Medical Health Care starting12/2012 and ongoing, due to increase in corresponding workload via Locums and Per Diem work (see above)

Locums Tenens Prior Contracts (10/2010-11/2010)
Maniilaq Health Center (Via Global Medical)
Kotzebue, AK (ER, Urgent Care and Primary Care as well as field trips into smaller villages in the remote regions of Alaska)

Newman Regional Health (2/24/2010-8/13/2010)
Emporia, KS 
(12,000 plus volume, single coverage, 12 hour shifts, about 12 or more shifts/month)

Locums Tenens Prior (3/2009-2/2010)
Via Sun Healthcare Locums:
Plattsburgh, NY (12/09)
(50,000 plus volume, double and triple coverage, 12 and 10 hour shifts, about 100 hours)

Via Global Medical Locums:
Denver Veterans Affairs
Denver, CO (11/09-12/09)
(Single and Double coverage, 12 hour shifts, about 170 hours)

Via D&Y Locums (and Team health):
Faxton Urgent Care and Emergency Room
    Utica, NY (07/09-2/2010)

Via Global Medical Locums:
Locum Tenens work: Schneider Memorial Hospital 
St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands (08/09-09/09) and (2/10-3/10)
(20,000 volume, double coverage during the day, 12 hour shifts, about 410 hours)

Via Sun Healthcare Locums:
Locum Tenens work: Emergency Medicine (03/2009-1/2010)
Chenango Memorial Hospital
(15,000 to 18,000 volume, single coverage, 12 hour shifts)

Via Weatherby Locums:
Carthage Hospital
(10,000 to 12,000 volume, single coverage, 12 and 24 hour shifts)

Primary and Urgent Care Physician at Middletown Medical P.C. (02/2008-02/2009) 

Emergency Medicine Physician at Harris Hospital (Harris, NY) (09/2007-05/2008)
(about 150-200 hours, single coverage including a mid-level provider, about 30,000 plus annual volume, per-diem)

Emergency Medicine Physician at ORMC (09/2006-02/2008)
(about 1700-1800 hours, double coverage, about 30,000 plus annual volume)

Locum Tenens and Per Diem: (5/2006-07/2007)
Urgent Care at Orange Urgent Care (01/2007-05/2007)
Family Practice Physician at Patterson Army Health Center (06/2006), 
Urgent Care/Family Practice Physician at Middletown Medical P.C., Middletown, NY

Urgent Care Physician at Crystal Run Healthcare, Middletown/Rock Hill facilities, NY (07/2004-04/2006)

Residency and Training:

Family Medicine Residency at Stony Brook medical center, Long Island, NY     (06/2001-06/2004)

Emergency Medicine Residency (PGY1) at University of Massachusetts, Worchester, Massachusetts (07/2000-05/2001) 

Pre-Medical Employment:

Peer Tutoring in Sciences and English in Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, NY              (06/1993-06/1996) 

Volunteering Activities:

Volunteered as an English-Russian Interpreter in Coney Island Hospital Emergency Room (06/1995-06/1996)
    Volunteered in a Medical Mission to Honduras, (March 2003)
    Volunteered in an adolescent center at Montfort House in Long Island, NY (2002-2004)

    Special Skills and Areas of Interest:
    Training in Bariatric (Weight Loss) Medicine
    Training in the use of Sound Medicine and other Holistic and CAM modalities
    Fluent in English and Russian, and functional Spanish
    Training in Emergency Medicine (one year) and Family Medicine
    3rd Degree Reiki (Energy Healing) Master and Teacher
    Tiwehkt (Medicine Man), Native American Church of Nemenhah

    Publications and Research:
Author of “The Power Principle Series” of books on weight loss and wellness 

The Power Principle: Mind-Body-Spirit Approach to Ultimate Weight Loss by Sergey Sorin, July 2008.

Are You Really Healthy? (The Power Principle) by Sergey Sorin, December 2012.

Reviewed Publications and Articles:

Brian Daily MD FACEP, FACFE, Sergey Sorin MD, DABFM and Allyn Evans, MBA: Sound Medicine: Using State-Of-The Art technology to facilitate deep relaxation, sleep and pain management.  IJHC (International Journal of Healing and Caring) September 1, 2015.

Sergey Sorin MD, Brian Daily MD: Sound Medicine: Western medicine meets complementary and alternative medicine to facilitate deep relaxation, sleep and pain management.  JCIM (Journal of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine) Volume 1, No2 p59-64, January 2016.

Contributing Author on nutrition, health and wellness including for NYTOA (New York Tactical Officer Association), and other publications;


S. Sorin, DE Stein, RV Weber, J Darvishzadeh, J Scholes, JS Stern, and JG Kral. (Dept.       of Surgery, SUNY HSCB, NY 11203): "Obesity, not high fat diet promotes colon cancer in rats."  Obesity Research Vol. 5 suppl. 1 Nov 1997 81s

References: Available upon request

​"It is a comprehensive approach that includes, especially in acute situations, appropriate drugs or surgery. When that is not curative, the approach MUST include the broadest possible physical, mental, emotional and spiritual tools.

Holistic Medicine


Sergey Sorin, MD, DABFM