Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics

    • Developmental/Behavioral Peds - American Board of Pediatrics/Develop-Behavioral

    • Neurodevelopmental Disability - American Board of Pediatrics/Neurodevelop Disabili

  • Administrative titles

    • Chief of Division of Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, Long Island Jewish Medical Center

    • Chief of Division of Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, North Shore University Hospital

  • Academic titles

    • Professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

  • Medical school

    • University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

  • Residencies

    • Childrens Hospital National Medical Center - DC

  • Internships

    • Childrens Hospital National Medical Center - DC

  • Fellowships

    • Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia

  • Affiliations

    • Long Island Jewish Medical Center

    • North Shore University Hospital

    • Steven and Alexandra Cohen Childrens Med Ctr of NY

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

222 Middle Country Road, Suite 106Smithtown, NY 11787

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Patient ratings & comments

Patient ratings & comments

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| 31.0 patient ratings & 12 patient comments

Friendliness/courtesy of the care provider

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Explanations the care provider gave you about your problem or condition

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Concern the care provider showed for your questions or worries

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Care provider's efforts to include you in decisions about your treatment

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Information the care provider gave you about medications(if any)

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Instructions the care provider gave you about follow up care (if any)

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Degrees to which care provider talked with you using words you could understand

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Amount of time the care provider spent with you

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Your confidence in this care provider

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Likelihood of your recommending this care provider to others

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Most recent comments

Patient comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Comments are displayed in their entirety and are anonymous for patient privacy.

07/03/2019
"Dr. Adesman is wonderful"
06/07/2019
"Dr. Adesman spends exceptional amount of time with me and my son. We were also the last appointment of the day and he spent his own time even after this to teach both my kids magic tricks because they had shown an interest in his puzzles etc. "
04/19/2019
"Dr. Adesman is extremely thorough and patient. We never feel rushed which is typical at other doctor offices."
04/08/2019
"Dr. Adesman is an exceptional physician. He truly cares about his patients & spends a significant amount of time reviewing each patients history and devising a personalized tailored care plan for each child."
01/28/2019
"Dr Adesman is simply the best, he's so great with my son (and me), my son feels comfortable with him and responds to his advice and direction. I always appreciate the time he gives us and he seems genuinely concerned about my son and his progress, with his ADHD diagnosis and life in general."
09/25/2018
"Great dr.! 1st time seeing and excellent with my two younger boys, playing with them and making the visit fun, while observing."
03/09/2018
"He made Lucas feel comfortable right from the start. Very good experience."
07/15/2017
"Feel very confident in Dr. Adesman's diagnosis and advice in handling my child's issues."
03/15/2017
"Dr. Adesman provides wonderful care and speaks to both my son and I during an appointment. I find that important. He takes care in explaining things to both of us and remembers important details about my son. I appreciate the time and care he gives to his patients. He is the type of doctor that is few and far between these days."
10/12/2016
"the wording the MD uses is good for my mom but I don't understand a lot of what he says"
04/15/2014
"I have recommended this care provider to others."
03/21/2014
"Did not like being rushed at the end of the appt. - dr. ended up forgetting to give some important information."

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