Dr. Jeffrey Klein is a certified specialist in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at White Plains Medical Center and leads an experienced team of physicians in the Westchester Office. He has published in professional journals on a wide range of reproductive issues including IVF, reproductive aging and egg donation, appeared on television shows and has been interviewed for radio and television shows such as "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and "Good Morning America." In 2007, Dr. Klein was recognized by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) for his contributions to infertility and reproductive health.
In addition to the ERCP and EUS training, Dr. Bedi has received extensive training and will complement what is currently available at White Plains Hospital. His specialties include reproductive health, fertility, infertility, reproductive aging and egg donation. He has also visited patients in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. for more than 20 years.
You can reach Marcela by dialing 914 - 683 - 1555 or by dialing Option 3 and addressing any concerns, questions, suggestions or complaints to Dr. Arya. For unresolved settlement requests, please contact Dena Naporkowski at (9 14) 684-5555. Option 4 can be dialed in at the White Plains Hospital Customer Service Center at 888-872-4357 or by email at [email protected].
Please contact us for advice at our White Plains Road location where we will help you decide whether UFE is the right choice for you. If you have additional items that you need to bring for your eye exam, please contact our ophthalmologist. Our ophthalmologist can also answer any questions you may have about your eyesight or other eye diseases. Please contact the Optometry Office at 888 - 872 - 4357 or by email at [email [contact] [address].
You can arrange an eye examination to talk to your ophthalmologist about which contact lenses would be the best option for you. We will discuss the age-related vision problems you will experience at your next annual eye exams and take detailed measurements of your eyes to determine the right contact lenses for your eye. Our optician will discuss the results of the eye exam and determine whether the "right prescription" will help you see your best. Your optometer will determine if your correct recipes will help you see.
Usually, the eye exam includes an eye screening, a history of vision problems and a comprehensive visual examination - up. Vision tests are usually performed by an ophthalmologist at White Plains New York Medical Center or a local optician.
While visual screening can help to identify vision problems, it can also overlook many important problems that can be identified by a comprehensive eye exam. Signs of vision problems in children include being too close to the TV and avoiding visual activities such as reading or drawing.
One of the most common vision problems associated with age is presbyopia, an age-related vision impairment caused by poor eye contact. A normal comprehensive eye examination allows the ophthalmologist to determine whether the eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. When you take your child to the ophthalmologist for an eye examination, the best thing to do is to learn whether he or she needs glasses. There is no doubt that eye examinations are an important part of health care for all, but they are particularly important for children.
An annual eye exam can detect a range of eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa, all of which can be detected in the early stages of eye exams. Early treatment can be achieved by early treatment, as well as the detection of other eye diseases such as catheters, corneal ulcers or corneal diseases, all of which are detected at an early stage of eye examination.
They can help with diagnosis using the latest ultrasound technology and determine the best course of treatment in close cooperation with the doctor. Marcela Prado is a medical assistant and works closely with doctors to care for patients.
Dr. Klein developed an interest in reproductive disorders and subsequently completed a master's degree in public health at the University of New York School of Medicine. He joined the Digestive Disease Nutrition Center of Westchester and works closely with Practice Physicians in Nutrition. She is also dedicated to the nutritional health of the population and shares her expertise in nutrition with patients and doctors.
During her stay, she was recognized for her surgical skills and received the American Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Award for Excellence in Surgical Surgery and the New York State Medical Society Award for Surgery.
After studying medicine, she earned her doctorate from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed her residency at New York State Medical College. Dr. Gomberg graduated from Columbia University Medical Center, where he also completed internships and stays in pediatrics. He trained as an adult reconstruction specialist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New Jersey and as a pediatric surgeon at St. Joseph's Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. He then received a scholarship to train in adult reconstruction and pediatric reconstructive surgery at the American Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. In addition to his doctoral studies, Dr. Dalal has completed an internship and fellowship program in pediatric orthopedics at Mount Sinai Hospital and a residency and fellowship program at Johns Hopkins Hospital.