Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

    • Pulmonary Disease - American Board of IM/Pulmonary Disease

    • Sleep Medicine - American Board of IM/Sleep Medicine

  • Academic titles

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

  • Medical school

    • Brown University School of Medicine

  • Residencies

    • Boston Medical Center

  • Fellowships

    • Stanford University Medical Center

  • Affiliations

    • Lenox Hill Hospital

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

100 East 77th Street, 4 EastNew York, NY 10075
7 Seventh AvenueNew York, NY 10014

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Patient ratings & comments

Patient ratings & comments

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| 82.0 patient ratings & 17 patient comments

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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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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.

09/11/2018
"Dr. Feinsilver is thorough and devotes as much time as is necessary. I never feel rushed, which is refreshing in the medical field nowadays."
08/30/2018
"Dr. Feinsilver is "the best"!"
08/29/2018
"Dr. Steven Feinsilver (Director of Sleep Center) was great."
08/03/2018
"Excellent on my level and talked eye to eye, listened to my concerns, showed empathy."
07/17/2018
"Lets see what happens."
06/27/2018
"Very friendly and knowledgeable doctor, made me feel comfortable and informed."
06/16/2018
"Dr. Feinsilver was great! Super attentive and he listened and didn't rush me."
04/20/2018
"Ease w/patients, takes time; maybe too much talking/explanation so substantive information."
03/02/2018
"Dr. Feinsilver is an excellent physician. He answered all of my questions and addressed all of my concerns. I recommended Feinsilver to several of my co-workers."
02/26/2018
"Excellent doctor who really listened to my concerns and philosophy, taught me a lot and did NOT want to prescribe medications. Instead, offered useful solutions that are already helping."
12/09/2017
"Dr. Steven Feinsilver was friendly and understood my hearing disability and when I wanted he wrote the answer to my questions which I greatly appreciated."
10/25/2017
"Dr. Feinsilver is a wonderful doctor."
10/24/2017
"Excellent doctor. "
10/04/2017
"Dr. Feinsilver has impressed me with his expertise and kindness. He has given me an outstanding medical care there to which I have been able to cope well with my medical condition."
05/22/2017
"Good experience."
05/04/2017
"I was most happy and satisfied to meet such an excellent..."
01/12/2017
"My first visit was to pick up a sleep device so only dealt with front staff and they were great. My visist yesterday with Dr. Feinsilver was wonderful. I went in very nervous and he totally calmed me down and gave me a ton of information so I am now clear about the issue and feel confident I can take care of it."

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