Dr. Michael J. Alper earned his undergraduate degree Magna Cum Laude in biology from University of Pennsylvania and M.D. with honors from George Washington Medical School. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Worcester City Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts, where he treated patients in the hospital's alcohol detox unit.
After that, Dr. Alper settled in New London County, Connecticut where he practiced medicine for over 30 years. He was medical director in Internal Medicine at Expanded Health Services in New London, medical director for Southeastern Council of Alcohol and Drug Dependence, an emergency physician for the Emergency Department at Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, and an outpatient medical provider for several facilities for the Department of Corrections, State of Connecticut.
Most recently, Dr. Alper was director for the Satellite Emergency Department/Pequot Health Center of Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, and an outpatient medical provider for the Suboxone Treatment Clinic of Clean Slate Centers, LLC in Northhampton, MA.
He is board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and he is affiliated with the American College of Emergency Physicians.