Amalia (Molly) Punzo, M.D., is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. She completed her residency and fellowship in Internal Medicine at Hartford Hospital and is also board certified as a physician advisor in patient safety, quality improvement and utilization management. While in Connecticut, Dr. Punzo began Hartford Hospital’s Inpatient Department of Integrative Medicine and outpatient Center for Integrative Medicine and Pain Management in Hartford, CT in 2000. She was first introduced to homeopathy from patients and a colleague shortly after starting her primary care practice and soon after became convinced that Homeopathy was what she wanted to study and practice for life.
She studied at and with numerous schools and teachers including André Saine, NCH Summer School, Will Taylor, and Jeremy Sherr. She has taught and lectured at the Florida Academy of Homeopathy and at the former NY School of Homeopathy. She served on the board of the National Center for Homeopathy from 2000-2010 and is a current board member of the American Institute for Homeopathy (AIH).
Currently, Dr. Punzo is an acting liaison between the AIH and the Academy of Homeopathy Education (AHE) promoting quality homeopathic education to licensed healthcare professionals.