October 1, 2013

Best Pediatricians And Pediatric Specialists In NYC


The 2013 edition of our annual guide to the best doctors in the city.

By Alissa Katz


Whether it’s a check-up or specific concern you have in mind, all parents want the best of medical care for their children. Luckily, NYC is home to some of the most talented and dedicated doctors out there. Once again, we’ve partnered with Castle Connolly to highlight the best ones for families. This annual guide is a great resource for anyone looking for a pediatrician or a specialist. Enjoy what some of these inspiring doctors have to say about their work below, then bookmark the full directory of this year’s best of the best.

Babu Bangaru, MD
NYU Langone Medical Center
Pediatric Gastroenterology

Why did you choose this specialty?

Long story! I went into pediatrics, because I liked kids. I come from India, and in India it’s very difficult to get pediatrics but I was able to. With gastroenterology, I’m interested in liver diseases, partly because my niece had a neonatal liver disease.

Any exciting breakthroughs in this field since you started your career?

I think the whole field has exploded. I’m one of the specialists, since there weren’t many fellowships when I started.

What makes you excited to go to work?

That’s quite simple: The kids.

Visit med.nyu.edu for more info

 

Francine Blei, MD
Vascular Birthmark Institute of New York
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

What are some of the challenges you must overcome, professionally or personally?

There are certain disorders with certain patients that don’t fit in any neat box. So that’s frustrating when you can’t say what’s going to happen or not happen. Fantasy is always more frustrating than fact, and sometimes we don’t have all the facts… That’s frustrating both for the doctor and the family.

Is there one particular moment in your career that you’re especially proud of?

One patient named their next baby after me—her middle name is Blei. That was touching. If the patient moves to another country or to a home country and they make an extra appointment to see me before they leave, that’s gratifying, too.

What should parents know about seeing a doctor in your specialty?

Earlier is always better in terms of seeing a specialist, because there’s a lot that can be done early in some patients that can ultimately lead to a much-improved outcome. Parents’ intuition is important. If they think something’s wrong, many times the parents are really right.

Visit vbiny.org for more info

 

Ilene Fennoy, MD
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia
Pediatric Endocrinology

Any exciting breakthroughs in this field since you started your career?

Growth factors—which are proteins produced by cells that act on the cell that influence cell growth, cell division, and/or cell differentiation—have turned out to be a very important area affecting not only growth but also playing roles in cancer, bone health, and other systems in the body. Then the whole obesity epidemic and its impact on cardiovascular risk for children—all of that is totally new.

What makes you excited to go to work?

I like helping people, and when [patients] do well, it’s really exciting and rewarding. I’ve always liked interacting with children. I think children can make you feel good even when you’re feeling lousy. They have such an upbeat approach to life… When they’re really feeling baldy, there’s no question they’re down, but [with kids] there’s not the same kind of hang-ups on the changes in life that occur with illness that some adults and older individuals have. They want to do things and they want to try things, so they’re really a joy.

Visit childrensnyp.org/mschony for more info

 

Vikash Modi, MD
Komansky Center for Children’s Health Of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
Pediatric Ear, Nose & Throat

What are some of the challenges you must overcome, professionally or personally?

I’d say the greatest adjustment would be moving to New York. I’m from New Jersey, which isn’t too far, but my wife’s from Chicago, and I’ve trained in Los Angeles and Chicago. I’ve got two kids, a 2.5-year-old and a 1-year-old. So, balancing work with family life and living in the city, I’d say that’s probably been the biggest challenge. But then, it’s also been the greatest adventure.

What makes you excited to go to work?

I tell this to my wife all the time. I think I’ve got the best job in the country. I do little things that make kids feel a lot better, and it’s great to go home at the end of the day feeling great about what you’ve done.

What’s something parents should know about your specialty, in regards to getting their child tested or seen by a doctor?

Always pay attention to your child and how he or she is breathing. Whether it’s during the day or at night, if there’s any sort of warning sign, get evaluated. If anything lasts longer than two weeks as far as breathing issues are concerned, get it evaluated. Go to your pediatrician, go to your ENT, and really get to the bottom of things.

Visit nyp.org/komansky for more info

 

Natalie Neu, MD
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia
Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Why did you choose this specialty?

Well, it was my dad [Harold Neu’s] specialty. He became the chief of the infectious disease division here [at Columbia] in 1971. So, I’ve always been around it and I’ve walked these halls as a child. When he died while I was in school at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, I had to come home—and decided this is where I should be, with my family.

What’s something parents should know about your specialty, in regards to getting their child tested or seen by a doctor?

Not every parent necessarily has to see us. In fact, we usually refer patients to other specialties. A tic isn’t always an infectious disease. And it’s okay to swallow some dirt; it’s good for you. In my house, we have the three-second rule. Kids are too sanitized these days.

Visit nyp.org/facilities/columbia for more info

 

Laurel Steinherz, MD
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Pediatric Cardiology

Why did you choose this specialty?

Part of it was that it was so interesting! And I had a mother with a heart disease since childhood and had the complications involved. When I was growing up, I watched this go on and I decided that I was going to go into this field to help people with similar problems. When I got older, it just became a fascinating field in which you could make a difference.

What’s something that people would be surprised is part of your job?

Most of what goes into my practice is not commonly known to the general public, because it’s a very specialized area. Most people who don’t have experience with oncology don’t have any idea what kind of side effects are caused or what has to be done to prevent or ameliorate the effects of this toxicity. So it’s something that is very different from general pediatrics and regular pediatric cardiology.

Is there one particular moment you’re especially proud of?

It would be hard to isolate one. I’m certainly especially happy when I get to go to the weddings of some of our patients, especially the ones who’ve had cardiac issues, and I’ve been able to make a difference. That’s probably the highlight, going to special moments in the life of the patients and celebrating.

Visit mskcc.org for more info

 

Andrew Ting, MD
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Pediatric Pulmonology

Why did you choose your specialty?

I’ve always worked in New York City, and New York City has a huge number of asthmatics. It’s one of the greatest concentrations of asthmatics in the country, as compared to other cities like L.A. or Chicago. And I myself have a lot of asthma and allergies, so I was already interested in the field and I figured I could learn a bit more about it from the inside, so to speak. So that’s probably a little bit of a selfish reason, but I also wanted to help out the city I worked in.

What makes you excited to go to work every day?

I think that when we finally teach a family who has not been letting their kid ice skate or play soccer that, “Hey, you can play soccer and ice skate if you use these medications,” that’s very exciting, because kids want to be active. I think kids want to participate. That’s a huge service to the kid going out to play. So just showing them the medications and the correct way of using them and giving them something chronic, perhaps during soccer season, to get them out there and active. The parents love it; it also helps regarding any possible weight issues of obesity, and the kid can do what he loves! It’s very satisfying. You get an immediate result in terms of the kid being able to go out and play and keep up with his friends.

Visit mountsinai.org for more info

 

Julie Wang, MD
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology

Have there been any exciting breakthroughs in the field since you started your career?

With food allergies, currently there is no treatment or cure. The management is strict avoidance of the food allergens that you’re allergic to and also being prepared with emergency medications such as self-injectable epinephrine in case there’s an accidental exposure. However, in recent years, there’s been a lot of research looking at potential treatments for food allergies, and it’s actually quite an exciting time to be in the field. We at Mount Sinai are involved in investigating several of these types of therapies through clinical trials.

Do you have any anecdotes that show why you love your specialty?

Generally just seeing all our families when they’ve achieved even minor successes in normal everyday life, in terms of when the child enters school or they go to [day] camp or sleep away camp or travel outside of the New York area for the first time. Hearing those stories really makes me happy that we’re able to help these children and their families beyond just educating them about: “This is your food allergy and this is what you need to do.”

Visit mountsinai.org for more info

 

Steven Wolf, MD
Beth Israel Medical Center – Milton & Caroll Petrie Division
Pediatric Neurology

What’s something people would be surprised is part of your job?

Joking and teasing with the children. We’re very light and try to make their visits fun. We’ll easily “gang up” against the parents and tease the parents. And my practice is unique [in that] I don’t see everyone by myself. I have a partner who is actually a nurse practitioner; her name is Patty McGoldrick. I’d like to say I got the Top Doctor [distinguishment] by myself but I really didn’t. She’s been my partner for 14 years, so I can only take credit for half of what I do.

Do you have any anecdotes that show why you love your specialty?

When you have a kid who’s been seizing every day or one or two times a week, none of the medicines are working, we’ve done surgery on them, and the kid isn’t even walking—then the kid comes back two months later and walks into your office. It’s the most rewarding thing. It’s those kind of moments. Then Patty and I look at each other and go, “This is why we do this.”

What’s something parents should know about your specialty, in regards to getting their child tested or seen by a doctor?

Here’s a really good one: Not every headache is a brain tumor. In fact, it’s very, very rare. But, if the headaches persist, go see a neurologist.

Visit wehealny.org for more info

Photos by Andrew Schwartz


THE DOCTORS

CARDIAC SURGERY

Jan M. Quaegebeur
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-5975
Cardiac Surgery (Arterial Switch, Heart Valve Surgery, Pediatric Cardiac Surgery)

CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY

Reese A. Abright
Elmhurst Hospital Center
140 East 40th Street, 212-867-3131
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Mood Disorders, ADD/ADHD, Anxiety Disorders)

Abraham Bartell
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 646-888-0060
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Psychiatry in Cancer, Psychiatry in Physical Illness)

Ina Becker
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
49 West 24th Street, 917-441-0880
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, ADD/ADHD)

Hector Bird
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
300 West 72nd Street, 212-874-5311
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (ADD/ADHD, Anxiety & Depression, Personality Disorders, Conduct Disorder)

Roy J. Boorady
445 Park Avenue at 56th Street, 212-308-3118
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Psychopharmacology, Anxiety & Mood Disorders, ADD/ADHD)

Lynn Burkes
NYU Langone Medical Center
185 West End Avenue, 212-362-5920
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Diagnostic Problems, ADD/ADHD, Divorce/Family Issues, Developmental Disorders)

Barbara J. Coffey
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1240 Park Avenue, 212-659-1663
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Tourette’s Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Psychopharmacology)

Sarah J. Fox
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
210 West 89th Street, 212-874-4558
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Anxiety & Mood Disorders, Eating Disorders, Psychoanalysis)

Vilma Gabbay
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1240 Park Avenue, 212-659-1660
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Depression, Mood Disorders, Tourette’s Syndrome)

Jennifer Havens
Bellevue Hospital Center
One Park Avenue, 212-263-6622
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Bereavement/Traumatic Grief)

Margaret Hertzig
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 212-746-5712
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Developmental Disorders, ADD/ADHD)

Glenn S. Hirsch
NYU Langone Medical Center
1 Park Avenue, 212-263-8704
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Anxiety & Mood Disorders, Tourette’s Syndrome, Bipolar/Mood Disorders, ADD/ADHD)

Harold S. Koplewicz
445 Park Avenue at 56th Street,212-308-3118
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Anxiety & Mood Disorders, Psychopharmacology, ADD/ADHD)

Leo L. Kron
St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center – Roosevelt Division
30 East 76th Street, 212-861-7001
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Psychopharmacology, Psychotherapy)

Bennett Leventhal
NYU Langone Medical Center
577 First Avenue, 212-263-8696
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Autism, ADD/ADHD, Psychopharmacology)

Owen Lewis
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
11 East 87th Street, 212-996-8196
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology)

Jeffrey H. Newcorn
Mount Sinai Medical Center
One Gustave L Levy Place, 212-659-8705
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Psychopharmacology, ADD/ADHD, Developmental Disorders, Behavioral Disorders)

Richard Perry
Bellevue Hospital Center
55 West 74th Street, 212-595-0116
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Pervasive Development Disorders, Behavioral Disorders, Psychopharmacology)

Alan J. Ravitz
445 Park Avenue, 212-308-3118
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Psychopharmacology, Forensic Psychiatry)

Jess P. Shatkin
NYU Langone Medical Center
One Park Avenue, 646-754-4900
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Behavioral Disorders, Anxiety & Mood Disorders, ADD/ADHD, Autism)

Elizabeth Kay Spencer
NYU Langone Medical Center
121 East 31st Street, 212-684-3810
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Stanley K. Turecki
Lenox Hill Hospital
136 East 64th Street, 212-355-2535
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Temperamentally Difficult Child, ADD/ADHD, Parenting Issues)

John T. Walkup
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 212-746-1891
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Anxiety Disorders)

Peter Walsh
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
115 Central Park West, 212-579-5552
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

CHILD NEUROLOGY

Cigdem I. Akman
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
180 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-305-8549
Child Neurology (Epilepsy)

Jeffrey Allen
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32nd Street, 212-263-9907
Child Neurology (Neuro-Oncology, Brain Tumors, Neurofibromatosis)

Alan Aron
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-831-4393
Child Neurology (Neurofibromatosis, Movement Disorders, Developmental Delay, Seizure Disorders)

Claudia Chiriboga-Klein
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
180 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-305-8549
Child Neurology (Developmental Disorders, Movement Disorders, Spasticity Management)

Darryl C. De Vivo
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
710 West 168th Street, 212-305-5244
Child Neurology (Metabolic Disorders, Neuromuscular Disorders, Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA))

Murray Engel
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 212-746-3278
Child Neurology (Neurophysiology, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Epilepsy)

Ram Kairam
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
180 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-342-6867
Child Neurology (Autism, Behavioral Disorders)

David M. Kaufman
Mount Sinai Medical Center
3 East 83rd Street, 212-737-4911
Child Neurology (Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders, Headache, Learning Disorders, Autism)

Yasmin Khakoo
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-8292
Child Neurology (Neuro-Oncology, Brain Tumors-Pediatric)

Barry Kosofsky
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
505 East 70th Street, 212-746-3321
Child Neurology (Developmental Disorders, Autism, Stroke)

Daniel K. Miles
NYU Langone Medical Center
223 East 34th Street, 646-558-0808
Child Neurology (Pediatric Neurology, Tuberous Sclerosis, Epilepsy)

Walter J. Molofsky
Beth Israel Medical Center – Milton & Caroll Petrie Division
10 Union Square East, 212-844-6910
Child Neurology (Seizure Disorders, Headache, ADD/ADHD, Stroke)

Ruth D. Nass
NYU Langone Medical Center
1 Park Avenue, 212-263-6622
Child Neurology (Autism, ADD/ADHD, Learning Disorders, Migraine)

James J. Riviello
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
223 East 34th Street, 646-558-0808
Child Neurology (Epilepsy/Seizure Disorders, Epilepsy in Tuberous Sclerosis, Electrical Status Epilepticus Of Sleep)

Steven M. Wolf
Beth Israel Medical Center – Milton & Caroll Petrie Division
10 Union Square East, 212-844-6944
Child Neurology (Epilepsy, Headache, Migraine)

PEDIATRIC ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY

Paul M. Ehrlich
NYU Langone Medical Center
35 East 35th Street, 212-685-4225
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Asthma, Food Allergy)

Ronit Herzog
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
505 East 70 Street, 646-962-3410
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Asthma & Allergy, Sinusitis, Food Allergy)

Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98 Street, 212-241-5548, Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Food Allergy)

Hugh A. Sampson
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1 Gustave Levy Place, 212-241-5548
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Food Allergy, Eczema, Atopic Dermatitis, Asthma)

Scott H. Sicherer
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-241-5548
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Food Allergy, Drug Sensitivity, Eczema)

Julie Wang
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98 Street, 212-241-5548
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology (Food Allery, Anaphylaxis, Immunotherapy)

PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY

Linda J. Addonizio
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3953 Broadway, 212-305-6575
Pediatric Cardiology (Transplant Medicine-Heart, Heart Failure, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy)

Karen Altmann
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-342-1560
Pediatric Cardiology (Congenital Heart Disease, Echocardiography)

Michael Argilla
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32 Street, 212-263-5940
Pediatric Cardiology (Cardiac Catheterization, Heart Failure, Critical Care)

Rica G. Arnon
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1468 Madison Avenue, 212-241-7672
Pediatric Cardiology (Congenital Heart Disease, Exercise Physiology)

Morton D. Borg
Beth Israel Medical Center – Milton & Caroll Petrie Division
10 Union Square East, 212-844-8313
Pediatric Cardiology (Fetal Echocardiography)

David H. Brick
NYU Langone Medical Center
154 West 14th Street, 212-604-7880
Pediatric Cardiology (Fetal Echocardiography, Congenital Heart Disease)

Patrick A. Flynn
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68 Street, 212-746-3561
Pediatric Cardiology (Congenital Heart Disease, Echocardiography, Kawasaki Disease, Cardiac Catheterization)

Bruce D. Gelb
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1 Gustave Levy Place, 212-241-8592
Pediatric Cardiology (Noonan Syndrome, Marfan’s Syndrome)

Barry A. Love
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1468 Madison Avenue, 212-241-9516
Pediatric Cardiology (Cardiac Catheterization, Interventional Cardiology, Atrial Septal Defect, Arrhythmias)

Ira A. Parness
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1 Gustave L Levy Place, 212-241-6640
Pediatric Cardiology (Echocardiography, Congenital Heart Disease, Fetal Echocardiography)

Robert J. Sommer
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
161 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-342-0886
Pediatric Cardiology (Congenital Heart Disease, Atrial Septal Defect, Cardiac Catheterization)

Thomas J. Starc
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-4432
Pediatric Cardiology (Cholesterol/Lipid Disorders)

L Gary Steinberg
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68 Street, 212-746-3561
Pediatric Cardiology (Echocardiography, Congenital Heart Disease)
Laurel J. Steinherz
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-8103
Pediatric Cardiology (Cardiac Effects of Cancer/Cancer Therapy)

PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE

Edward E. Conway
Beth Israel Medical Center – Milton & Caroll Petrie Division
350 East 17th Street, 212-420-4018
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (Neurologic Critical Care, Respiratory Failure, Head Injury)

Bruce M. Greenwald
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 212-746-3056
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (Respiratory Failure, Sepsis & Septic Shock, Asthma, Diabetes Ketoacidosis)

Mayer Sagy
NYU Langone Medical Center
550 First Avenue, 212-263-2377
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY

Ilene Fennoy
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-6559
Pediatric Endocrinology (Growth/Development Disorders, Diabetes, Klinefelter’s Syndrome, Obesity)

Bonita H. Franklin
NYU Langone Medical Center
109 Reade Street, 212-732-2401
Pediatric Endocrinology (Diabetes, Growth Disorders, Thyroid Disorders)

Mary P. Gallagher
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
1150 Street Nicholas Avenue, 212-851-5494
Pediatric Endocrinology (Diabetes)

Brenda Kohn
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32nd Street, 212-263-3185
Pediatric Endocrinology (Growth Disorders, Pituitary Disorders, Thyroid Disorders, Adrenal Disorders)

Noel K. Maclaren
Lenox Hill Hospital
200 West 57th Street, 212-371-0658
Pediatric Endocrinology (Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome)

Maria I. New
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th St, 212-241-8210
Pediatric Endocrinology (Adrenal Disorders, Growth/Development Disorders)

Sharon E. Oberfield
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
630 West 168th Street, 212-305-6559
Pediatric Endocrinology (Adrenal Disorders, Neuroendocrine Disorders, Growth Disorders)

Robert Rapaport
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1 Gustave L Levy Place, 212-241-8487
Pediatric Endocrinology (Growth Disorders, Thyroid Disorders, Diabetes)

Charles A. Sklar
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-8138
Pediatric Endocrinology (Cancer Survivors-Late Effects of Therapy, Growth Disorders in Childhood Cancer)

Alfred E. Slonim
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
622 West 168th Street, 212-305-5717
Pediatric Endocrinology (Muscular Disorders-Metabolic, Inflammatory Bowel Disease/Crohn’s, Glycogen Storage Diseases, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)

Ileana Vargas-Rodriguez
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
1150 Street Nicholas Avenue, 212-851-5494
Pediatric Endocrinology (Diabetes)

Maria G. Vogiatzi
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
505 East 70th Street, 212-746-3462
Pediatric Endocrinology (Growth Disorders, Osteoporosis, Pubertal Disorders, Adrenal Disorders)

PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY

Babu S. Bangaru
NYU Langone Medical Center
530 First Avenue, 212-263-7868
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Ulcerative Colitis/Crohn’s, Liver Disease, Nutrition, Endoscopy)

Keith J. Benkov
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-241-5415
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Inflammatory Bowel Disease/Crohn’s, Liver Disease, Celiac Disease)

Keith J. Breglio
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-241-5415
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD))

Mirna A. Chehade
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98 Street, 212-241-4880
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Endoscopy, Food Allergy, Esophageal Disorders)

Philip G. Kazlow
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-5903
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Celiac Disease, Nutrition)

Joel E. Lavine
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
21 West 86th Street, 212-305-5903
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Celiac Disease, Liver Disease, Short Bowel Syndrome, Nutrition)

Joseph Levy
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32nd Street, 212-263-5407
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Celiac Disease, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Nutrition in Autism, Inflammatory Bowel Disease/Crohn’s)

Steven Lobritto
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-3000
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Hepatitis, Liver Disease, Transplant Medicine-Liver)

Robbyn E. Sockolow
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
505 East 70th Street, 646-962-3869
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease)

William Spivak
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
177 East 87th Street, 212-369-7700
Pediatric Gastroenterology (Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, Nutrition, Esophageal Disorders)

PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY-ONCOLOGY

Alexander Aledo
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street
212-746-3400
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Leukemia, Lymphoma, Bone Tumors)

Francine Blei
St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center – Roosevelt Division
1000 10th Avenue, 212-523-8931
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Hemangiomas, Vascular Anomalies, Vascular Malformations, Lymphedema)

James Bussel
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 212-746-3400
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Bleeding/Coagulation Disorders, Platelet Disorders, Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome)

William L. Carroll
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32nd, 212-263-8400
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Leukemia, Hematologic Malignancies)

Nai-Kong V. Cheung
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 646-888-2313
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Neuroblastoma, Pediatric Cancers, Clinical Trials)

Ira J. Dunkel
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-2153
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Retinoblastoma, Brain & Spinal Cord Tumors, Brain Tumors, Pediatric Cancers)

Sharon L. Gardner
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32nd Street, 212-263-8400
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Neuro-Oncology)

James H. Garvin
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
161 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-305-5808
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Brain Tumors, Pediatric Cancers, Bone Marrow Transplant)

Patricia J V Giardina
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 212-746-3400
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Thalassemia)

Linda Granowetter
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32 Street, 212-263-9660
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Bone Tumors, Lymphoma, Sarcoma-Soft Tissue, Ewing’s Sarcoma)

Nancy A. Kernan
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-7250
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Leukemia, Bone Marrow Transplant, Immune Deficiency, Stem Cell Transplant)

Kim Kramer
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-6410
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Neuroblastoma, Brain & Spinal Cord Tumors)

Brian H. Kushner
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-6793
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Neuroblastoma, Bone Marrow Transplant, Immunotherapy)

Judith R. Marcus
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
161 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-305-5808
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Leukemia, Lymphoma, Bleeding/Coagulation Disorders, Thrombocytopenic Purpura)

Paul A. Meyers
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-5952
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Pediatric Cancers, Bone Tumors, Sarcoma)

Richard O’Reilly
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-5957
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Bone Marrow Transplant, Stem Cell Transplant, Hematologic Disorders)

Sujit Sheth
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68 Street, 212-746-3400
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Sickle Cell Disease, Hemophilia, Thalassemia)

Peter G. Steinherz
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-7951
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Leukemia & Lymphoma, Pediatric Cancers, Wilms’ Tumor, Kidney Cancer)

Tanya M. Trippett
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-8267
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Pediatric Cancers)

Michael A. Weiner
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
161 Fort Washington Avenue, 212-305-9770
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Lymphoma, Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin’s, Leukemia)

Leonard Wexler
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-7990
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Rhabdomyosarcoma, Bone Cancer, Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors, Sarcoma-Soft Tissue)

Birte Wistinghausen
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1468 Madison Avenue, 212-241-7022
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (Sarcoma, Leukemia & Lymphoma)

PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE

William Borkowsky
NYU Langone Medical Center
550 1st Avenue, 212-263-6513
Pediatric Infectious Disease (AIDS/HIV, Congenital Infections, Immune Deficiency)

Anne A. Gershon
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway Street, 212-305-9445
Pediatric Infectious Disease (HIV, Vaccines, Hepatitis)

John G. Larsen
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1245 Park Avenue, 212-427-0540
Pediatric Infectious Disease

Natalie M. Neu
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-4558
Pediatric Infectious Disease (AIDS/HIV, Sexually Transmitted Diseases)

Roberto Posada
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98 Street, 212-241-7968
Pediatric Infectious Disease (HIV, Lyme Disease)

Alice S. Prince
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
650 West 168th Street, 212-305-4558
Pediatric Infectious Disease

Lisa Saiman
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-4558
Pediatric Infectious Disease (Cystic Fibrosis Infection, Fungal Infections, Tick-borne Diseases, Tuberculosis)

PEDIATRIC NEPHROLOGY

Corinne Benchimol
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98 Street, 212-241-6187
Pediatric Nephrology (Dialysis Care, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, Glomerulonephritis)

Valerie L. Johnson
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
505 East 70th Street, 646-962-4324
Pediatric Nephrology (Nephrotic Syndrome, Glomerulonephritis, Hypertension, Transplant Medicine-Kidney)

Eduardo Perelstein
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
505 East 70th Street, 646-962-4324
Pediatric Nephrology (Kidney Failure, Glomerulonephritis, Hypertension)

Jeffrey M. Saland
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-241-6187
Pediatric Nephrology (Transplant Medicine-Kidney, Kidney Disease, Hypertension in Children, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome)

Howard Trachtman
NYU Langone Medical Center
160 East 32nd Street, 212-263-5940
Pediatric Nephrology (Electrolyte Disorders, Hypertension, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, Electrolyte Disturbances)

PEDIATRIC OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Max M. April
NYU Langone Medical Center

240 East 38 Street, 646-501-7890
Pediatric Otolaryngology (Sinus Disorders, Neck Masses, Laryngeal Disorders, Sleep Apnea)

Jay Dolitsky
New York Eye & Ear Infirmary
261 Fifth Avenue, 212-679-3499
Pediatric Otolaryngology (Ear Infections, Neck Masses, Choanal Atresia, Tonsil/Adenoid Disorders)

Joseph Haddad
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-8933
Pediatric Otolaryngology (Ear Infections, Sinus Disorders, Cleft Palate/Lip)

Jacqueline Jones
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
1175 Park Avenue, 212-996-2559
Pediatric Otolaryngology (Sinus Disorders/Surgery, Ear Infections)

Vikash K. Modi
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
428 East 72nd Street, 646-962-3017
Pediatric Otolaryngology (Airway Disorders, Airway Reconstruction, Tonsil/Adenoid Disorders, Cleft Palate/Lip)

Michael A. Rothschild
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1175 Park Avenue, 212-996-2995
Pediatric Otolaryngology (Ear Disorders, Sleep Apnea, Sinusitis)

PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY

Andrei E. Constantinescu
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-5122
Pediatric Pulmonology (Cystic Fibrosis, Pulmonary Complications-Neurodisability, Pulmonary Infections, Asthma)

Mary Dimaio
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
1440 York Avenue, 212-988-5008
Pediatric Pulmonology (Cystic Fibrosis, Asthma, Allergy)

Meyer Kattan
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-5122
Pediatric Pulmonology (Asthma, Cystic Fibrosis, Chronic Lung Disease)

Carin Lamm
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-5122
Pediatric Pulmonology (Sleep Disorders/Apnea, Asthma)

Gerald M. Loughlin
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 646-962-3410
Pediatric Pulmonology (Sleep Disorders/Apnea, Swallowing Disorders, Asthma & Chronic Lung Disease, Breathing Disorders)

Andrew S. Ting
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-241-7788
Pediatric Pulmonology (Asthma, Cystic Fibrosis, Bronchoscopy, Cough)

Alfin G. Vicencio
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98th Street, 212-241-7788
Pediatric Pulmonology (Asthma, Bronchoscopy, Interventional Pulmonology)

Andrew H. Eichenfield
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-9304
Pediatric Rheumatology (Juvenile Arthritis, Lyme Disease, Lupus/SLE)

Lisa F. Imundo
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-305-9304
Pediatric Rheumatology (Lupus/SLE, Juvenile Arthritis)

Herbert Lazarus
NYU Langone Medical Center
390 West End Avenue, 212-787-1444
Pediatric Rheumatology (Juvenile Arthritis, Lyme Disease, Pain-Musculoskeletal)

Thomas Lehman
Hospital for Special Surgery
535 East 70 Street, 212-606-1151
Pediatric Rheumatology (Arthritis, Scleroderma, Lupus/SLE, Dermatomyositis)

PEDIATRIC SURGERY

Lawrence Bodenstein
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-342-8586
Pediatric Surgery

Arthur Cooper
Harlem Hospital Center
506 Lenox Avenue, 212-939-4003
Pediatric Surgery (Endoscopy, Trauma, Disaster Preparedness, Child Abuse)

Howard B. Ginsburg
NYU Langone Medical Center
530 First Avenue, 212-263-7391
Pediatric Surgery (Neonatal Surgery, Tumor Surgery, Pediatric Urology, Gastrointestinal Surgery)

Michael La Quaglia
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, 212-639-7002
Pediatric Surgery (Cancer Surgery, Neuroblastoma, Liver Cancer)

William Middlesworth
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
3959 Broadway, 212-342-8585
Pediatric Surgery

Peter Midulla
Mount Sinai Medical Center
5 East 98 Street, 212-241-1608
Pediatric Surgery (Hernia, Gastrointestinal Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Neonatal Surgery)

Nitsana A. Spigland
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
520 East 70th Street, 212-746-5648
Pediatric Surgery (Pediatric Cancers, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Pediatric Thoracic Surgery, Neonatal Surgery)

Francisca T. Velcek
Lenox Hill Hospital
965 5th Avenue, 212-744-9396
Pediatric Surgery (Anorectal Malformations, Pediatric Gynecology, Neonatal Surgery, Hernia)

PEDIATRICS

Dennis Allendorf
New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
401 West 118th Street, 212-666-4610
Pediatrics (Congenital Anomalies)

Stephen Arpadi
St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center
1111 Amsterdam Avenue, 212-523-3847
Pediatrics (AIDS/HIV)

Felicia B. Axelrod
NYU Langone Medical Center
530 1st Avenue, 212-263-7225
Pediatrics (Dysautonomia)

Staci M. Bodner
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
125 East 72nd Street, 212-988-6500
Pediatrics (Neonatology)

Bruce J. Brovender
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
1559 York Avenue, 212-585-3329
Pediatrics

Harris E. Burstin
NYU Langone Medical Center
317 East 34th Street, 212-725-6300
Pediatrics (Asthma, Allergy, Critical Care)

Michel A. Cohen
NYU Langone Medical Center
46 Warren Street, 212-226-7666
Pediatrics (Child Development, Sleep Disorders)

Jennifer Cross
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 646-962-4303
Pediatrics (Learning Disorders, Child Development, Behavioral Disorders)

Gary S. Edelstein
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
125 East 72nd Street, 212-988-6500
Pediatrics

Genevieve E. Ferrier
NYU Langone Medical Center
46 West 11th Street, 212-529-4330
Pediatrics (Developmental & Behavioral Disorders)

Stephanie B. Freilich
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1125 Park Avenue, 212-289-1400
Pediatrics

Judith Goldstein
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
1559 York Avenue, 212-585-3329
Pediatrics (Neonatal Care, Infectious Disease)

Dyan S. Hes
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
67 Irving Place, 212-473-4200
Pediatrics (Obesity, Weight Management)

Sarla Inamdar
Metropolitan Hospital Center
1901 1st Avenue, 212-423-6228
Pediatrics (Rheumatology)

Max A. Kahn
NYU Langone Medical Center
390 West End Avenue, 212-787-1444
Pediatrics

Marie B. Keith
NYU Langone Medical Center
552 Broadway, 212-334-3366
Pediatrics

Neal M. Kotin
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1125 Park Avenue, 212-289-1400
Pediatrics (Asthma, Bronchitis, Sleep Disorders, Pulmonary Disease)

Signe S. Larson
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1245 Park Avenue, 212-427-0540
Pediatrics (Pediatric Endocrinology)

George M. Lazarus
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
106 East 78th, 212-744-0840
Pediatrics

Susan E. Levitzky
NYU Langone Medical Center
161 Madison Avenue, 212-213-1960
Pediatrics (Asthma, Child Development, Adoption & Foster Care)

Evelyn G. Lipper
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
525 East 68th Street, 646-962-4303
Pediatrics (Learning Disorders, Behavioral Disorders, Child Development)

Cecelia McCarton
Montefiore Medical Center-Einstein Campus
350 East 82nd Street, 212-996-9019
Pediatrics (Autism, Learning Disorders, ADD/ADHD, Developmental Disorders)

Margaret T. McHugh
Bellevue Hospital Center
462 First Avenue, 212-562-5524
Pediatrics (Child Abuse, Adolescent Medicine)

Louis G. Monti
Mount Sinai Medical Center
55 East 87th Street, 212-722-0707
Pediatrics (Infectious Disease)

Ramon J C Murphy
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1245 Park Avenue, 212-427-0540
Pediatrics

Meryl Newman-Cedar
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
215 East 79th Street, 212-737-7800
Pediatrics (Child Development)

Kevin C. Oeffinger
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
300 East 66th Street, 646-888-4730
Pediatrics (Cancer Survivors-Late Effects of Therapy)

Eric Sin-Kam Poon
NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital
170 William Street, 212-312-5350
Pediatrics (Asthma, Pediatric Cardiology, Developmental Disorders)

Laura Popper
Mount Sinai Medical Center
116 East 66th Street, 212-794-2136
Pediatrics

Paula J. Prezioso
NYU Langone Medical Center
317 East 34th Street, 212-725-6300
Pediatrics

Harold S. Raucher
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1125 Park Avenue, 212-289-1400
Pediatrics (Infectious Disease, Travel Medicine)

Lori J. Rosello
NYU Langone Medical Center
46 West 11th Street, 212-529-4330
Pediatrics

Michael Rosenbaum
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
450 West End Avenue, 212-769-3070
Pediatrics (Nutrition, Growth Disorders, Obesity)

Suzanne Rosenfeld
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
450 West End Avenue, 212-769-3070
Pediatrics (Adolescent Medicine)

Ira M. Sacker
NYU Langone Medical Center
19 West 34th Street, 212-268-4440
Pediatrics (Eating Disorders, Obesity)

Marie V. Sanford
Komansky Center for Children’s Health of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell
12 West 72nd Street, 646-962-7800
Pediatrics

Barney Softness
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian/Columbia
450 West End Avenue, 212-769-3070
Pediatrics (Diabetes)

Barry B. Stein
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1125 Park Avenue, 212-289-1400
Pediatrics (Developmental & Behavioral Disorders)

Jennifer Trachtenberg
Mount Sinai Medical Center
1125 Park Avenue, 212-289-1400
Pediatrics (Parenting Issues, Weight Management)

Michael R. Traister
NYU Langone Medical Center
390 West End Avenue, 212-787-1444
Pediatrics (Adoption & Foster Care)

Sylvain M. Weinberger
NYU Langone Medical Center
51 East 25th Street, 212-598-0331
Pediatrics (Prematurity/Low Birth Weight Infants)

Michael Yaker
Mount Sinai Medical Center
620 Columbus Avenue, 212-874-4500
Pediatrics

Sol S. Zimmerman
NYU Langone Medical Center
317 East 34th Street, 212-725-6300
Pediatrics (Growth/Development Disorders, Behavioral Disorders, Cough-Tic Syndrome)

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