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Theodore Maniatis, MD, wearing a red tie
Medical Director
Staten Island University Hospital

Theodore Maniatis, MD, is the medical director at Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH), where he is responsible for all medical affairs, quality management, patient safety issues and standards of care. 

Dr. Maniatis has provided care to Staten Island communities since 1983 — opening a private practice then and becoming a member of the SIUH medical and dental staff in 1985. At SIUH, he was the director of critical care medicine for more than 20 years and developed the Critical Care program.

Dr. Maniatis’ research interests include respiratory muscle function and pulmonary infections. He currently chairs the SIUH Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, SIUH Critical Care Committee and Northwell Health’s Critical Care Taskforce Committee. He’s also a member of Northwell’s Health Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. 

Holding a medical degree from SUNY Upsatate Medical University, Dr. Maniatis completed his pulmonary fellowship training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine and critical care medicine, and was a member of the first group of physicians to become critical care certified.