Meet the Doctors
Timothy M. Campbell, M.D.
Dr. Timothy Campbell was born and raised in Pittsburgh before leaving the area to attend West Virginia University where he received his bachelor's degree in Biology. He went on to receive his Doctorate of Medicine at West Virginia University in 1986. Both his internship and residency were completed at the UPMC Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh. Dr. Campbell has been designated as a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Campbell has been on staff at UPMC Mercy Hospital since beginning his private practice in 1989. Many students enjoy their interaction with Dr. Campbell. He is actively involved in the Internal Medicine Residency program at UPMC Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh. Additionally, Dr. Campbell holds teaching faculty positions with the Physician Assistant Programs of Duquesne University and Drexel University. Duquesne University honored Dr. Campbell with the "Clinical Preceptor of the Year" award in 2002. He has a special interest in hospice medicine and obtained board certification in Hospice and Palliative Care. He was recently presented with the "Heart of Hospice" award for his compassionate work as the Medical Director of Family Hospice and Palliative Care. Outside of his office practice, Dr. Campbell finds time to provide care to the homeless and less fortunate of Guatemala. Dr. Campbell and his wife, Patty, are the parents of six children.
Terence J. Philbin, M.D.
Dr. Terence Philbin was born in Pittsburgh and raised in the Elliott area of the city. He graduated in 1977 from the University of Notre Dame with his bachelor's degree in Biology. He then went on to attend the Delnoreste School of Mexico. Dr. Philbin received his Doctorate of Medicine in 1983 from the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Philbin completed his internship and two year residency at the UPMC Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh in 1986. He sees office patients in Crafton, where he began his solo practice in 1986. He has been designated a diplomate of the Amercian Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Philbin provides teaching and training in his involvement with the Internal Medicine Residency Program at UPMC Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh. He is currently the interim chair of the Department of Medicine at UPMC Mercy Hospital. He is especially committed to his geriatric patients and cares for patients at the Marian Manor Nursing Home. In addition, Dr. Philbin coaches and assists during soccer and basketball seasons. Dr. Philbin and his wife, Anne, are "busy" parents to six children.
Rajesh Gopal, M.D.
Dr. Rajesh Gopal was born and raised in the Upper St. Clair area of Pittsburgh. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor's degree in Biology. While at the University of Michigan, he also completed the Honors Math program. Dr. Gopal went on to obtain his Doctorate of Medicine from Hahnemann University in Philadephia, PA in 1998. While at Hahnemann, Dr. Gopal was presented with a leadership award by the Public Health and Preventative Medicine Interest Group. Dr. Gopal completed his internship and residency programs at Allegheny General Hospital, West Penn Allegheny Health System, in 2001. He was designated a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. In August of 2001, Dr. Gopal joined Campbell & Philbin Medical Associates in private practice. He conducts office hours in both the Crafton and UPMC Mercy Hospital offices. He is actively involved in the Internal Medicine Residency program at UPMC Mercy Hospital. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Medical Society and the Allegheny County Medical Society. Outside of his medical practice, he actively participates in organized sports and is an avid University of Michigan fan. Dr. Gopal, his wife, and their dog, Bailey, recently welcomed a baby girl to their family.
Rajal Patel, D.O.
Dr. Rajal Patel left the Upper St. Clair area where he was born and raised, to attend the University of Michigan. He received his bachelor's degree and then worked as a Biochemistry Research Assistant prior to attending the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA. He received his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine in 1999. His post-graduate training was conducted at UPMC Mercy Hospital where he performed his internship and residency from 1999 to 2002. Dr. Patel has been designated a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Patel joined Campbell & Philbin Medical Associates in August of 2002. He is available to patients in both the Crafton and UPMC Mercy Hospital offices. He is actively involved in the Internal Medicine Residency Program at UPMC Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh. Dr. Patel is married with three children.
Mary Jane Lloyd, C.R.N.P.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Mary Jane was born and raised in Pittsburgh. She completed both her bachelor's degree in Nursing and her master's degree for Family Nurse Practitioner at Duquesne University. Mary Jane has an extensive array of clinical experience, including, but not limited to, serving as clinical supervisor and central intake nurse at a hospice facility, serving as team leader and clinical staff nurse in home health care, and even serving as chief nurse and surgical supervisor in the Army Reserves. She acheived the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, Army Nurse Corps, USAR in 2006. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, the Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses Association, and the Nurse Practitioner Association of Southwestern PA. Mary Jane was welcomed to Campbell & Philbin Medical Associates in 2007 and is available to patients in both the Crafton and UPMC Mercy Hospital offices.