Our Team

Mukesh N. Roy, MBBS, MPH&TM, DTMH possesses 18 years of program management experience in healthcare, including positions that required expertise in communicable disease, epidemiology and emergency preparedness and disaster response.

State of Connecticut

Previously he worked at Yale - New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response, as a senior member of the Yale Center he coordinated the healthcare planning efforts and response methodologies in response to emergency management, terrorism preparedness and public health emergencies for the 17 hospitals in southern Connecticut. He was also selected as the lead hospital/healthcare exercise planner for the Department of Homeland Security's Top Officials (TOPOFF-3) exercise series in Connecticut in 2005. He also assisted the State of Connecticut in planning and purchase of 100-bed $8.2 million mobile and surge hospital facility (MaSH); one of only four nationally.

State of New York

Dr. Roy also has experience as a Public Health Epidemiologist for the New York State Department of Health, where he coordinated public health preparedness and strategic national stockpile planning for nine counties, and acted as a bioterrorism planning consultant to assist area hospitals and health departments in preparing for drills and tabletop exercises. He provided oversight of all communicable disease activities within the metropolitan area region, offering technical epidemiological assistance to local health units and delivering presentations on possible communicable disease terrorist threats to the medical care community and other health agencies. He received the Commissioner's Recognition Award for New York State Department of Health Smallpox Vaccination Program.

Military/Public Health

In addition to his work at County, State, and non-profit entities Dr. Roy also serves as Homeland Security Officer and Regional Response Planner (FEMA Region II) in the New York State Air National Guard. Previously, Dr. Roy served for 4 years in the United States Air Force in the following roles: Epidemiology Element Chief, Deputy Commander of Public Health, Officer in Charge of Medical Intelligence and base Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Coordinator. Critical responsibilities of these positions included planning and directing preventive medicine programs; providing expert guidance to all levels of personnel on chemical, biological and nuclear warfare agent health effects; and training medical staff on the epidemiology of critical public health threats. He also directed preventive medicine, communicable disease, occupational health, food safety and disaster response programs for over 40,000 military personnel. During his military service, he deployed to Nigeria in direct support of the United States Presidential Mission and to Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. In response to the events of September 11, 2001, he coordinated the construction of a 100-bed acute care medical facility and provided technical preventive medicine guidance to numerous military, state and federal agencies. Dr. Roy's accolades include a Governor-appointed position to the New Jersey State Public Health Council, Air Force Achievement Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal and Air Force Meritorious Service Medal.

Professional Associations

He maintains professional affiliations with numerous emergency management and public health agencies including the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine and the American Public Health Association. He also serves on the board of trustees of JFK Medical Center Foundation, Edison, NJ.


Dr. Roy received his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from University of Mysore, India, his Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and his Diploma in Clinical Tropical Medicine, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.