Credentials

Credentials

  • Administrative titles

    • Director - Director, Male Sexual Dysfunction of Surgery - Urology, Staten Island University Hospital

  • Chief resident

    • Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center

  • Medical school

    • Weill Medical College of Cornell University

  • Residencies

    • Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center

  • Internships

    • New York Presbyterian Hospital

  • Fellowships

    • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

  • Affiliations

    • Staten Island University Hospital

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

900 South Avenue, Suite 103Staten Island, NY 10314
900 South Avenue, #103Staten Island, NY 10314

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Patient ratings & comments

Patient ratings & comments

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| 134.0 patient ratings & 18 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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Most recent comments

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09/29/2018
"Great Doctor"
09/15/2018
"good job."
08/15/2018
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06/22/2018
"As you can see I have very good drs. and am satisfied with the service."
06/20/2018
"Dr. Pineda made me feel really comfortable. He was fantastic. "
05/29/2018
"Dr. Pineda and the staff were very professional, personable and understanding. I look forward to seeing him again."
04/19/2018
"Dr. Pineda is a caring dr. and explains everything. "
01/21/2018
"I am happy I chose Dr. Pineda."
01/15/2018
"The doctor was friendly, knowledgeable, and confident in my care. I left the office feeling a lot better about the experience"
01/03/2018
"Communications were very good."
10/17/2017
"Dr. Pineda very professional charismatic."
10/16/2017
"Very nice doctor, emailed me when he said he would, very efficient. My wife and I were pleased to finally get some answers."
10/09/2017
"First time with Dr. Pineda. Saw another dr. and practice for a few years. Needed quick appointment, he fit me in. Knowledgeable about my past. Took over my case. Complete confidence in him."
08/25/2017
"Dr. Pineda is very knowledgeable and shows care & concern for patient. Calls personally to check on patients."
08/24/2017
"Definitely I would do it."
07/18/2017
"Excellent very helpful."
02/17/2017
"Provider was very dismissive of my symptoms and concerns. Sought a second opinion."
01/19/2017
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