Dr. Harlan R. Weinberg,is the Medical Director of the Intensive Care Unit of Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco,New York. He has been an attending physician on the medical staff of Northern Westchester Hospital for twenty five years.
Dr. Weinberg is board-certified in Internal Medicine,Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine. Prior to coming to Northern Westchester Hospital,he was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at New York Medical College,a post he held since 1987.
Dr. Weinberg played a pivotal role with the formation of the Intensivist Program at Northern Westchester Hospital. The Intensivist Program provides continuous on-site critical care coverage for Northern Westchester Hospital patients since 2003. According to Mr. Joel Seligman,President and CEO of Northern Westchester Hospital,“This is a tremendous benefit to patients and families who can access the physician when they are in the unit and also to the patients’private physicians,who can rely on the intensive care doctor to manage the hour-by hour medical care of their patient. Dr. Weinberg and his team are a very important resource for the hospital and the community.”
Dr. Weinberg graduated from the University of Connecticut,School of Medicine,Farmington,Connecticut in 1981. He completed his medical internship and residency at the McGaw Medical Center,Northwestern Memorial Hospital,Northwestern University,Chicago,Illinois from 1981 to 1984. His post-graduate training in Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine was completed at Cedars Sinai Medical Center,Los Angeles,California from 1984 to 1986.
The combined professional experience,training and undying passion to improve the current healthcare system,both for the patient,and the physician,has led to the development of our medical home.
See “Dr. Weinberg’s Guide to the Best Health Resources on the Web,”published by Harper-Collins,2008. www.drweinbergsguide.com
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