At Metro Community Health Center, our philosophy is more than just the absence of disease. We believe well-being is the comprehensive sum of biological, behavioral, spiritual, and social aspects of the individual, the family, and the community. We see health as healthy nutrition, daily exercise, and psychosocial.spiritual health. Metro strives to care for all individuals with respect, dignity, and grace.
We incorporate a team approach that includes a primary care provider and health professionals including nurses, medical assistants, and administrators who all work together. Each team understands the patient’s health history and current issues in order to deliver the most appropriate and comprehensive care possible.
Meet Our Team!
David R. Freeman, M.D.
Dr. David R. Freeman is a board-certified practitioner who is full-time at Metro Community Health Center and has been associated with the organization since 1999.
Dr. Freeman has special interests in patient education, men’s health, integrative medicine and is licensed in acupuncture. Dr. Freeman has been an active parent volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America and supports the CLO with his wife, Deb. His sons are both currently in college.
Katherine A. Homrok, M.D.
Dr. Katherine Homrok has been proud to call Pittsburgh her home since 1987. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and the Shadyside Hospital Family Practice Residency. She was one of the original founders of Metro Community Health Center and was its first Executive Director.
She was formerly a member of the faculty at Forbes Regional Hospital’s family practice residency, and is Board Certified in Family Medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatric Medicine. She also has a strong interest in women’s health and health issues of the LGBTQ community.
Her interests include gardening, cooking and biking. Her greatest biking achievement was completely riding the trails from Washington, D.C. to Pittsburgh. She is interested in physical fitness and many other sports.
Martin I. Seltman, M.D.
Dr. Martin I. Seltman is the Medical Director of Metro Community Health Center and a board-certified family practitioner with an added qualification in geriatrics. Dr. Seltman has been practicing medicine since 1981.
Dr. Seltman has a holistic approach to health care with a focus on nutrition and herbal medicine. He has a special interest in the care of the LGBT community, primary care of HIV positive individuals and geriatrics.
Dr. Seltman practices Tai Chi, enjoys walks in Frick Park and meditates daily. He is also a bike commuter.
Laryn Smith, Family Nurse Practitioner
Laryn is Metro’s newest provider, having joined our team in June of 2017. She received her Bachelor degree in Nursing from Robert Morris University and Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Graceland University.
Laryn is full of life and loves to continually learn new things. In her spare time she is into music (playing the piano and saxophone), dancing, traveling, and glass blowing. Her favorite food in Paella.
Shara Tabb, Family Nurse Practitioner
Shara has been a part of the Metro Community Health Center team since 2016. With nearly 20 years of experience in community health, Shara brings a wealth of knowledge to the organization in addition to an affinity for underserved populations. Shara obtained her undergraduate degree in Nursing from California University of Pennsylvania and her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Robert Morris University. Shara is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
In her spare time she enjoys cooking, reading, and traveling.