Our Team

Kerry Graff, MD


Dr. Graff graduated from Cornell University summa cum laude as a Biology major in 1990.  After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine cum laude in 1994, she completed a three-year Family Practice Residency at UPMC Shadyside in Pittsburgh, PA.

Dr. Graff relocated to Canandaigua, NY in 1997 following completion of her residency.  She was employed by Thompson Health, providing primary care including obstetrics at the Honeoye Family Practice, for nine years before deciding to open a private medical practice in Canandaigua in 2006.

After learning about the impressive health benefits of a whole food plant-based, she personally adopted this way of eating and has been teaching it to her patients ever since. She partnered with J. Morris Hicks, the creator of the 4Leaf program, to write the 4Leaf Guide to Vibrant Health in 2015 and to further develop tools for educating patients. You can learn more about her personal journey here.

Dr. Graff is a member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and was among the first cohort to become board certified in Lifestyle Medicine in 2018.  She holds a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. She remains board certified in Family Medicine and a member of the American Academy of Family Practice.  In addition to caring for her patients, she serves as Chief Medical Officer of 4Leaf Global.

She has two children—David, age 20, adopted from Vietnam, and Erica, age 17, adopted from South Korea. Dr. Graff helped organize the annual Canandaigua Lake Swim in 2000 in memory of her dear friend and mentor, Dr. David Reed.   Over the past two decades, it has raised over $200,000 for hospice services.

When not in the office, she is likely to be found at the farmer’s market or in the produce department at Wegmans, walking around Canandaigua with her ridiculously adorable dog, Bailey, at yoga, or on a cross-country ski path.

Jennifer Albrecht, DO

Dr. Albrecht is a Canandaigua native who graduated summa cum laude with dual degrees in Biochemistry and Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise from Virginia Tech in 2008, where she also played four years of Division I Varsity volleyball. She went on to receive her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree from Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012 then completed her dually accredited residency training at Riverside Family Medicine in Newport News, VA. After returning to Virginia Tech to participate in an osteopathic primary care sports medicine fellowship in 2015, where she honed her skills in osteopathic manipulation treating athletes and active people of all ages, Dr. Albrecht moved south to practice family and sports medicine in Mooresville, NC for three years.

She has returned to her hometown to be with family and friends and is excited to join the RRH Family & Lifestyle Medicine practice, where she hopes to help keep members of the community active and healthy. Board-certified in family and osteopathic family medicine with a certificate of added qualifications in sports medicine, Dr. Albrecht’s focus lies in helping her patients to achieve the most fit version of themselves. As a previous medical consultant and frequent volunteer at sporting events, she hopes to become integrally involved in the Canandaigua fitness community in the near future.

When outside of the office, Dr. Albrecht spends most of her time playing beach volleyball, enjoying the outdoors and participating in any activity to keep her moving – from yoga to rock climbing and pickleball to water sports.

Katie McMillen, PA-C

Katie grew up in the Finger Lakes region and graduated magna cum laude from the Rochester Institute of Technology Physician Assistant program in 2017. Since then, she has worked as a Family Medicine PA in Canandaigua, NY. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and Rochester Regional Physician Assistant Association.

Her special interests include women’s health and community outreach. Katie’s goal is to improve public health through a practice based in Lifestyle Medicine and Preventative Health.

In her free time, Katie enjoys reading, experimenting with new whole food plant-based recipes, and many outdoor activities including skiing, rock climbing, paddle boarding, and walking local trails with her rescue dog, Apollo.