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Dr. Roya Fathollahi is a board certified Internist and Primary Care Physician, whose areas of interest include preventive medicine, management of hypertension, diabetes, lipid disorders, HIV Management, as well as the management of dizziness.
Since completing residency at NYU Langone Medical Center in 2003, she has held faculty appointments at both Mount Sinai Hospital and NYU Langone Medical Center, where she actively teaches New York City doctors, residents and medical students.
With a strong focus on teaching a patient-centered model of care to her students, doctor Dr. Fathollahi continually seeks to incorporate this model in her practice, respecting the individuality of each patient she treats.
As a leading doctor in Manhattan Dr. Fathollahi has also been a Primary Investigator in several clinical research studies in the area of syncope (fainting) and near-syncopal episodes, with expertise in the management and development of diagnostic algorithms for this condition
Her work as a primary care physician has been published in various scientific journals and recognized by New York City doctors internists in the country for research and development.
Dr. Roya Fathollahi, an expert doctor in NYC have won the respect and affection of many local New York physicians and patients around the world for her extensive knowledge, attention to the details, warm and caring manner.
Dr. Chaudhary is a thorough and compassionate internal medicine and primary care physician in Manhattan. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Chaudhary provides highly personalized and comprehensive internal medicine and primary care. His philosophy regarding the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust.
NYC doctor and a leading physician Dr. Chaudhary treats a variety of medical conditions including:
In addition Dr. Chaudhary provides therapy/management of anxiety and depression.
Dr. Chaudhary has actively participated in research projects in Inflammatory Bowel Disease at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School and has served as a clinical Assistant Professor at University of Massachusetts Medical School.
He is worldly and well-traveled having lived in many places throughout his life including Florida, Pakistan, Massachusetts, and Texas allowing him to easily communicate with people of all backgrounds.
In his personal time he takes a special interest in fashion, traveling, and art.