The board-certified Family Medicine physician will deliver complete medical treatment for families and individuals.
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She specializes in the treatment of all types of cancers and blood disorders, and excels at providing individualized care for each of her patients.
Her specialties include preventive medicine, primary care and internal medicine, including management of such chronic diseases as diabetes and hypertension, and coordination of patient care.
The announcement makes the Hospital one of 115 in the United States, and one of just two hospitals in New York state, to receive the distinction.
Both physicians specialize in digestive diseases and nutrition.
Mr. Torre joins the Hospital from his position as CIO at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; before that, he spent time at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Northwell Health.
White Plains Hospital has received an “A” each period since the beginning of 2019, marking the eighth consecutive time it has earned an “A.”
With a background in treating multiple sclerosis and related autoimmune disorders, his research experience includes both basic science and clinical studies.