Contemporary Medical Care, with an Old Fashioned Touch
As a native New Yorker, I very much enjoy practicing in the Big Apple. In fact, I have spent my entire career in New York City: I attended New York University and New York University School of Medicine, graduating both with high honors. I am Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, having received my medical training at Mt. Sinai Medical Center where I am still on staff and admit patients regularly.
I have been in solo practice in NYC for 30 years. I have seen medicine change a great deal and yet I am gratified in being able to take care of each and every patient as an individual. Together with my very caring staff, each patient receives the “old fashioned” type of medical care!
I encourage you to explore my website to learn more about our practice. Feel free to call my office if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment.
As a solo practitioner, I care for every one of my patients personally, thereby avoiding the impersonal feeling so many patients get when they are treated by a large group of physicians. I have been in solo practice for more than 30 years, and some of my patients have been with me for that long. I am a Diplomat of both The American Boards of Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases. I am a Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate from New York University College of Arts and Sciences and a graduate with honors, Alpha Omega Alpha, from the New York University School of Medicine. Heart disease is all too prevalent in today’s society. I offer a full range of evaluation and diagnostic testing for these disorders using the latest state-of-the-art equipment, including echocardiographic examination and evaluation. My patients receive superior personal care in these areas of medicine that are so vital to good health. I offer a very successful medically supervised weight loss plan. I also offer an option for Concierge care in light of the dramatic recent changes that are occurring in private practice and in response to patients wanting to maintain the type of practice that they have been accustomed to.