Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics

    • Pediatric Endocrinology - American Board of Pediatrics/Endocrinology

  • Administrative titles

    • Chief of Division of Pediatrics - Pediatric Endocrinology, Long Island Jewish Medical Center

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

  • Academic titles

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

  • Medical school

    • Columbia Univ College of Physicians and Surgeons

  • Residencies

    • Bronx Municipal Hospital Center

  • Internships

    • Bronx Municipal Hospital Center

  • Fellowships

    • New York Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center

  • 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 Patient Satisfaction Survey. Comments are displayed in their entirety and are anonymous for patient privacy.

08/26/2019
"Dr. Speiser is very knowledgeable & kind."
07/09/2019
"Dr. Speiser is very professional and takes the time to explain everything about my son. She is very knowledgeable."
06/27/2019
"Dr. Speiser took the time we needed as usual. Explained & went through info. thoroughly. "
06/18/2019
"Dr. Speiser is a guardian angel with my daughter and the way Speiser treats her as a patient Dr. Speiser is amazing."
03/09/2019
"Dr. Speiser was friendly after the initial meeting and after a few minutes. She understood that we were well aware there was no real reason for us to be in this visit and happen to go to a pediatrician who is alarmist and sends us to specialists rather than taking environmental and gene factors into consideration."
11/26/2018
"Dr. Speiser was friendly, understanding, informative, and supportive."
11/09/2018
"Dr. Phyllis ensured that my son was seen by another specialty as well when she realized my son needed to be seen for a dermatological need. She even made the appt. (expedited) at time of our visit."
06/06/2018
"Very professional and wonderful bedside manner."
03/29/2018
"Dr. Speiser is gerat. "
02/26/2018
"Dr Speiser is excellent"
11/27/2017
"I love my physician! I have had her since I was diagnosed and does her job with brilliance."
10/07/2017
"Very professional & yet down to earth. Service with a smile was relieving."
06/27/2017
"She is so good knows what she is doing."
10/05/2016
"Amazing."
03/07/2016
"Good."
01/19/2016
"No effort to talk to my son."
10/05/2015
"Pleased with visit and explanation."
04/01/2014
"Very good."
04/01/2014
"Excellent."
01/27/2014
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