Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics

    • Pediatric Infectious Disease - American Board of Pediatrics/Infectious Disease

  • Administrative titles

    • Chief of Division,

    • Chief of Division of Pediatrics - Pediatric Infectious Diseases, North Shore University Hospital

  • Academic titles

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

  • Medical school

    • Rush Medical College

  • Residencies

    • Childrens Hospital - Los Angeles

  • Internships

    • Childrens Hospital - Los Angeles

  • Fellowships

    • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

  • Affiliations

    • Long Island Jewish Medical Center

    • North Shore University Hospital

    • Steven and Alexandra Cohen Childrens Med Ctr of NY

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

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Patient ratings & comments

Patient ratings & comments

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Most recent comments

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

09/15/2018
"Dr. Rubin is GOD sent for us. His knowledge, experience and patient listening is extremely admirable. I am very grateful that he examined my son and his advice to treat him is much appreciated."
07/21/2018
"Dr. Rubin is excellent. Great in bedside manners & skills."
01/11/2018
"Dr. Rubin called me to give me the lab result. He concerns his patient & want the correct information send to me."
08/31/2017
"This was our 1st encounter with Dr. Rubin. We had seen other doctors from ID while admitted at Cohen's. Would see him again if needed."
10/10/2016
"Dr. Rubin is just amazing with the patients and their parents. Very knowledgeable, approachable, and accommodating."
09/21/2016
"Very professional & knowledgeable."
09/20/2016
"1st visit very calm and attentive even when running late/2nd visit - short wait excellent care."
04/25/2016
"Dr Rubin was wonderful at our apt and even followed up with us a few days later with a personal call about our blood test results. We are very grateful for his time and expertise. Thank you"
01/28/2015
"Overall, very good service."
10/08/2014
"Excellent experience."

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