Primary Location

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine

Languages Spoken



Medical School:
New Jersey Medical School

University of Rochester & Baystate Medical Center

Getting to know your provider

  • Why did you choose your profession?

    I wanted to use my love of science and how the human body works to help patients. I wanted a specialty that I can take care of the whole patient by listening to my patients and really understand their goals and help them make decisions about their own care.

    I also love my role as a physician educator. I developed the Internal Medicine residency program at HonorHealth and I teach at University of Arizona College of Medicine. By being a physician educator, it keeps me up to date on ways to take care of my patients.

  • Why do you work at NOAH?

    NOAH is dedicated to helping all members of our community. The organization not only concentrates on the medical needs of our patients but also many of the other things that affect health like food availability, mental health care, and the patient’s social needs. What we know is that many of these have a large impact on the health of our patients and NOAH lives its mission to care for all those in need.

  • What are your passions outside of your profession?

    My family is most important to me and having a good work-life balance to be with them. I love traveling both in the US and recently abroad. One of my favorite times is my work I do with the Flying Samaritans where we go to an area of rural Mexico and provide care for those in need there.

What the community is saying …

Dr. Markus is above and beyond! He is patient, caring, very very knowledgeable, and very kind! He listened to my health concerns and discussed what he thought and explained his plans of finding the cause or treatments.

Dr. Markus is a remarkable physician and truly caring and compassionate human being. The receptionists are friendly, knowledgeable, and extremely helpful. They are always a pleasure to work with.

Dr. Markus is the most personable, knowledgeable and friendly physician I’ve had (at least since my pediatrician, back in the 1950’s). He always listens, asks questions and discusses possible actions – rather than dictate them. He appears sincerely interested in me and my health; I didn’t pick Dr. Markus (my prior primary physician died), but I wouldn’t trade him for anybody else.