Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Surgery - American Board of Surgery

  • Administrative titles

    • Medical Board Vice President of Surgery - General Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital

    • Medical Director, Lenox Hill Hospital

  • Medical school

    • Georgetown University School of Medicine

  • Residencies

    • New York Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center

  • Internships

    • New York Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center

  • Fellowships

    • Yale University School of Medicine

  • Affiliations

    • Lenox Hill Hospital

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

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Patient ratings & comments

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Most recent comments

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08/02/2018
"As difficult as it is for me to travel from NJ & NY, to make the effort because Dr. Antonacci is the finest, most competent, understanding, compassionate wound care physician I have seen over the past 8 yrs. - From CA to WA & now _____. His professionalism & abilities set a high bar for any physician, no matter the specialty."
05/28/2018
"I really felt he cared about my wounds & is going to help me heal. His devotion for his patients is obvious I am so glad I got to him."
05/25/2018
"As always the best."
03/25/2018
"Pleased!"
03/22/2018
"All excellent!"
11/29/2017
"Excellent M.D. best in NY for wound care."
09/13/2017
"Dr. Antonacci is excellent."
06/30/2017
"Very good."
02/21/2017
"Dr Antonacci is the most caring doctor I have ever met. I have recommended him to my very ill daughter. He treated her successfully. Remembering my allergies and checking to see if they also applied to her. A miracle worker."
02/20/2017
"Antonacci and medical staff are wonderful."
11/09/2016
"I have recommend them to a physician & friends."
11/07/2016
"#1. Wonderful."
11/06/2016
"I recommended him to a number of people."
09/01/2016
"Excellent medical staff -"
07/20/2016
"Excellent experience."
05/06/2016
"I am a relatively NEW patient for this provider. That said, I felt confident in his therapy and suggestions -"
03/03/2016
"Excellent."
03/02/2016
"Very good."
02/10/2016
"Excellent in all respects."
01/25/2016
"Could not ask for better care or more caring staff."
10/27/2015
"All good."
03/27/2015
"Dr. Antonacci is an extremely fine doctor in the field of wound care. I highly value his knowledge and the care he provides."
03/11/2015
"Excellent care!!"
12/08/2014
"Very professional & very kind."
10/02/2014
"Very good."
09/04/2014
"Excellent wound specialist -"
08/28/2014
"They are all wonderful, understanding, competent and kind."

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