No one else is exactly like you. You are not a machine that has to be fixed. You are a complex human being whose emotional and medical needs must be met. No patient ever leaves our office without all of their questions being answered. No patient leaves without feeling that their emotional, physical and medical needs have been met.
Dr. Harry Shapiro is an endocrinologist in Brooklyn, New York at Brighton Beach Medical Group. Dr. Shapiro specializes in metabolism and hormonal imbalances as well as the treatment of diabetes and thyroid disease. Dr. Shapiro has over thirty years of experience in the medical field, and works hard to provide every patient with a thorough and efficient visit. In addition to practicing as an endocrinologist, Dr. Shapiro is an attending physician at New York Methodist Hospital.
Dr. Alan P. Goldman is a caring and compassionate rheumatologist serving the borough of Brooklyn, New York at Brighton Beach Medical Group. He strives to be thorough and approachable to each one of his many patients. He has always valued maintaining cutting-edge equipment for fast diagnosis and healing. Dr. Goldman received his bachelor’s degree at Harvard University and attended medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
Dr. Steven Tawil is an exceptionally trained gastroenterologist in Brooklyn, New York at Brighton Beach Medical Group. Dr. Tawil gives each patient his undivided attention and individualized treatment. He strives to be thorough and approachable to each one of his many patients. He has always valued maintaining cutting-edge equipment for fast diagnosis and healing.
Dr. Jerome Dubroff has 25 years of advanced cardiology and internal medicine experience in Brooklyn, New York and he strives to be thorough and approachable to each one of his patients. Dr. Dubroff attended medical school at State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, where he became fascinated by both internal medicine and cardiology. Dr. Dubroff completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at Georgetown University Hospital, followed by two fellowships – one in cardiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and the other in cardiac surgery at Columbia University Medical Center. His training also includes another residency in internal medicine at Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center.