Dr. Butler is the Medical Director of EmblemHealth Health@Work (formerly the Occupational and Environmental Health Center of Eastern New York). She is responsible for the daily operation of this occupational health clinic, one of the only occupational health network clinics in New York State.
Dr. Karl Auerbach
Dr. Auerbach is a Staff Physician at EmblemHealth Health@Work. His primary activity is seeing patients, including complex workers’ compensation cases, surveillance evaluations, disability and fitness-to-work evaluations, World Trade Center cases, and veterans examinations, among a wide variety of occupational medical evaluations. Dr. Auerbach is a board certified occupational physician. He initially trained as an engineer and moved into medicine after a stint as a meteorologist in the U.S. Air Force. He attended the University of Rochester where he got his MD and MPH. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine. Since then, Dr. Auerbach has practiced clinical occupational medicine for over 45 years in Rochester, NY, Philadelphia, PA, and now in Albany, NY. He enjoys skiing and sailing and spending time with his daughter.
Collina D. Cooke
Collina D. Cooke is the Social Worker – Case Manager at EmblemHealth Health@Work. In her role, she provides counseling services, case management, crisis intervention services, and support to patients experiencing work-related illness or injury. In 2014, Collina graduated with her B.S. (magna cum laude) from the University at Albany (SUNY) and went on to receive her Master of Social Work from the University at Albany (SUNY) in 2015. Shortly after graduating, she became a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in New York State. Prior to joining the Health@Work team, Collina has worked with underrepresented college students, homeless families, and individuals with substance use and mental health disorders. Collina was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and has lived in the Albany area for over 10 years. She is passionate about exploring holistic ways to decrease the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional impacts of stress and anxiety. In addition to her work at Health@Work, Collina has dedicated her time to conducting qualitative research surrounding health disparities among Black Women. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, crafting, and spending time with loved ones.
Operations & Systems Management Lead
Stacy Kaminski is the Office Manager at EmblemHealth Health@Work. She handles the clinic’s daily operations, including, but not limited to, coordination of scheduling and administrative tasks, finances, and grant administration. Stacy is a graduate of SUNY Albany where she played for the tennis team, having played the sport since she was a young girl. Since graduation, Stacy has had years of experience in the administrative medical field, having worked in both private practice and hospital settings. During her free time, she enjoys restoring furniture, gaming, hiking, and kayaking.
Jeanvive Washington is a Medical Receptionist at EmblemHealth Health @Work. Her role is to manage checking out patients. She also maintains the organization of a medical office and ensures the medical environment is welcoming, calm, and quiet for patients. Jeanvive provides compassionate service to patients while calmly managing patient communications, scheduling, scanning, filing, and customer service. Jeanvive graduated in 2006 from Albany High School, and in 2017 she enrolled in Hudson Valley where she took classes. Jeanvive has worked in the medical field for over 10 years in an administrative role, and assists the elderly with their day-to-day duties. She enjoys spending time with her children, and loves going out to eat and traveling.
Sakina Boyd is the Administrative Assistant for EmblemHealth Health@Work. She performs administrative/clerical duties such as photocopying, faxing, mailing, and filing. Sakina manages patient- and examinee-related medical reports, including proofreading and distribution. She supports the department in assigned, project-based work. Sakina is a graduate of Albany High School and has her Associate degree in Medical Assistance and Criminal Justice. She has years of experience in the administrative medical field, having worked in both private practice and hospital settings, and was a long-term Administrative Assistant for New York State.