Our Residents

Noreen Anwar, DPM

Noreen Anwar, DPM

Class of 2020
Des Moines University, College of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery

Dr. Anwar spent her grade school years in Midwest City, Oklahoma. She eventually relocated to Norman, Oklahoma and earned her bachelor’s degree in microbiology from the University of Oklahoma. Noreen discovered her passion for medicine during high school while shadowing physicians in a variety of specialties. The allure of podiatric medicine and surgery became clear near the end of her undergraduate studies, leading her to earn her doctorate at Des Moines University and establishing her path of becoming a foot and ankle surgeon. During her time at DMU, she was heavily involved with research, and an active member of the professionalism committee and other advocacy groups. Dr. Anwar is thrilled to be at St. Vincent’s for its multi-faceted patient demographic and diversity of pathology. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, baking, and crafting with family and friends.

Victoria Chirman, DPM

Victoria Chirman, DPM

Class of 2020
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science

Dr. Chirman was born and raised in the small, but incredibly beautiful Eastern European country of Moldova. She graduated from Moldova State University majoring in Foreign Language - English and Italian. Her desire to pursue a career in medicine brought her to the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science in North Chicago, Illinois. There, she developed an interest in biomechanics, limb salvage, trauma, and sports medicine. Dr. Chirman comes to St. Vincent’s with a desire learn from and care for patients with a wide, complex variety of pathologies. Outside of work, Victoria enjoys outdoor activities including cycling, running and hiking.

Cynthia Correa Cedeno, DPM

Cynthia Correa-Cedeno, DPM

Class of 2019
Kent State University, College of Podiatric Medicine

Dr. Correa-Cedeno was born in beautiful Bayamon, Puerto Rico, but relocated to Kissimmee, Florida at a very young age. During her senior year of high school, she moved yet again to Fayetteville, North Carolina where started to develop a deep affinity for helping and enriching the lives of others. It was there that she also fostered a love for science and reading. Following graduation from high school, she was recruited to study at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Summer programs within the UNC- Chapel Hill Medical School helped further reinforce her desire for a career in medicine. Thereafter, she enrolled at the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine where she discovered that podiatry would enable her to impact a diverse group of patients in many varied ways. Dr. Correa-Cedeno found that St. Vincent’s Medical Center would foster her calling during residency with the hospital’s unparalleled commitment to charity, community service, and continuity of care.

Dariya Peretta, DPM

Dariya Peretta, DPM

Class of 2018
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science

Dr. Peretta grew up in Port Orange, Florida - a small suburb of the greater Daytona Beach area. From a young age, she found herself very involved with a variety of sports including cheerleading and softball. Summers were no doubt spent along the many miles of the “World’s Most Famous Beach”. She completed her undergraduate studies in biology at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. While at Stetson, Dariya participated in a summer internship program that exposed pre-med students to a variety of medical sub-specialties including general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, and neurology among others. But it was with a foot and ankle surgeon that she most identified - inspiring her to earn her doctorate in podiatric medicine and surgery from The Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science. Dr. Peretta's interests include the surgical management of degenerative joint disease in the ankle and foot, trauma, sports-related injuries as well as Charcot reconstruction and limb salvage via external fixation. Her time outside of medicine is spent in the company of her dogs or enjoying outdoor activities such as snorkeling and kayaking.

David Schweibish, DPM

David Schweibish, DPM

Class of 2018
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science

Although Chicago-born, Dr. Schweibish is a proud Floridian with strong ties to the Daytona Beach area which he still calls home. David inherited significant Gator and Hatter pride at the University of Florida and Stetson University where he earned an undergraduate degree in psychology and a master’s degree of business administration with concentrations in organizational behavior and corporate finance. A man of many interests and the son of a career ICU nurse and educator, David found intrigue in an academic-oriented medical career following college. He abandoned the warmth and nearly year-round sunshine of Florida for the bitter cold of Chicago to obtain his doctorate at the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science. While a medical student, David served in elected positions with several national organizations working through education and healthcare agendas alongside physicians and fellow medical students from across the country. Following graduation, he was privileged to secure a position with St. Vincent’s for residency where he currently serves as Chief Resident of the podiatric medicine and surgery program alongside some of the best rising foot and ankle surgeons in Florida. Akin to his mother, Dr. Schweibish looks forward to a career blended with academia where he can further pursue his passion for teaching and mentoring.

Jessica Taub, DPM

Jessica Taub, DPM

Class of 2019
Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine

Dr. Taub was raised in a suburb just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. She earned her undergraduate degree at Ursuline College with a major in Biological Sciences. Dr. Taub was drawn to podiatric medicine because of her combined interest in sports medicine, wound care, dermatology, pediatrics, diabetic care, biomechanics and surgery. After exploring multiple specialties, Dr. Taub found that podiatry encompassed all aspects of medicine that she is interested in. Her favorite part of podiatry is the variety of the field and that on a daily basis she can treat people ranging in age from children to seniors. Dr. Taub is particularly interested in sports medicine, diabetic foot care and reconstructive foot surgery. She was an active member of the Podiatric Sports Medicine Association in medical school and takes a special interest in treating athletes. She found a sense of community at St Vincents Medical Center during her time as a student and knew it was the place she wanted to spend her residency. In her free time, Jessica enjoys golfing, tennis, walks with her husband and dog, spending time with family, reading, and days at the beach.