Meet Our Team
James E. Broderick, DPM
Dr. Broderick, DPM was born in Geneva, NY and graduated from Geneva High School in 1979. He attended Springfield College in Massachusetts and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1983.
Dr. Broderick chose to pursue a career in podiatric medicine because of its application to sports medicine and surgery, and a desire to bring relief to his patients’ discomfort. He went on to attend the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and graduated as a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 1988. Following graduation, he did a medical and surgical residency at the VA Medical Center in East Orange, NJ.
He further obtained Board Certification in foot surgery as a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and a Fellow with the American College of Foot Surgeons.
Dr. Broderick first opened his practice in Elmira, NY in 1990, and moved to Canandaigua in 2001 to be closer to family. He enjoys Canandaigua’s beautiful lakeside community filled with friendly people.
Outside of his practice, Dr. Broderick stays active by participating in triathlons, and enjoys working out at the Canandaigua YMCA. He enjoys golfing at the Canandaigua Country Club and has coached lacrosse for St. Mary’s School.
Dr. Broderick lives with his daughter, Jillian, who is attending nursing school.
Ann Marie Gordon Alexander
Ann Marie grew up in Stanley, NY and attended FLCC. Ann Marie lives on her hobby farm in Gorham, NY with her husband, Bill and their three children, Jared, Nathen, and Mckenzie.
Ann Marie's professional background is medical secretary/medical receptionist, office manager, scheduler, medical billing/insurance verification/prior authorization, durable medical equipment and customer service, etc.
Outside of work, Ann Marie enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and extended family and tending to her chickens/turkeys/honey bees on her hobby farm.
April Iachetta grew up in the small town of Clarendon NY. She now lives in Bloomfield NY. April attended FLCC and continues to further her education in Health Studies. Her hobbies include many outdoor activities, like fishing and water sports in the summer. In the winter she enjoys downhill skiing.
April’s professional background includes becoming an Emergency Medical Technician at the age of 18, volunteer firefighter and became Clarendon’s EMS Lieutenant before moving to Bloomfield. For many years she worked with Autistic kids while working in the medical field. Now April continues to further her education and work as a clinical secretary. She also teaches CPR and First Aid, as she feels it is important for everyone in the community to learn to save a life.