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Infectious Diseases

Request an Appointment or Refer a Patient. Call 914.372.7887.

Infectious Disease Specialists

The Division of Infectious Diseases provides world-class care for individuals experiencing a broad range of infections. We also provide the best training and mentoring of the next generation of clinicians, educators and researchers in the field of Infectious Diseases with a special focus on tick-borne diseases as part of a two-year fellowship program fully accredited by the ACGME.

What Does an Infectious Disease Provider Do?

An infectious disease specialist is a provider who specializes in treating infections that are caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms. These specialists primarily care for inpatients at Westchester Medical Center (WMC) with the goal of managing fevers and infections in order to reduce admission rates and hospital stays. Infectious disease specialists may also see patients in the outpatient setting, including through primary care services at The Ally Care Center.

Inpatient Infectious Disease Care

At WMC, infectious disease specialists work with other doctors and healthcare professionals to diagnose and treat infections that are severe or difficult to treat. They might be consulted if a patient has a fever of unknown origin or if a patient is not responding well to treatment. Our providers are instrumental in preventing the spread of infections within the hospital by advising on infection control measures.

Outpatient Infectious Disease Care

In an outpatient setting, our providers might see patients who have chronic infections, such as HIV or hepatitis C, or who have infections that are difficult to diagnose or treat. They might also see patients who have returned from another country with an unusual infection. Our practice also excels in the treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases. (View the ‘Lyme Disease’ tab on this page for more information.)

Find an Infectious Disease Specialist Near You

If you think you might have an infection or if you have a chronic infection that needs treatment, talk to your primary care doctor about seeing an infectious disease specialist. They can help provide you with the care and treatment you need to get better. Referring providers may call 914.372.7887.


Training the Next Generation of Infectious Disease Specialists

The Division of Infectious Diseases is dedicated to the specialized education and training of the next generation of infectious disease doctors. As full-time faculty at New York Medical College, our physicians offer formal training and mentoring to medical students and residents. The division also leads a fellowship program for advanced medical trainees seeking further expertise in the field of infectious diseases.


Our faculty direct the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program and Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology.

Conditions Treated

Our board-certified infectious disease specialists have a responsibility to provide care for patients with a wide assortment of infections, injuries and other conditions, including:

  • Tertiary care patients with solid organ (kidney, liver and heart) or bone marrow transplants (Visit the Transplant Center. Visit the Bone Marrow Transplant Program.)
  • Oncology
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • High-risk obstetrics
  • Respiratory infections, such as pneumonia and tuberculosis
  • Infections of the skin and soft tissues, such as cellulitis and abscesses
  • Blood infections, such as sepsis
  • Infections of the central nervous system, such as meningitis and encephalitis
  • Infections caused by fungi or parasites
  • Infections that are difficult to diagnose or treat, such as infections that are resistant to antibiotics
  • Level 1 trauma and burn patients
  • Critical care and post-surgical patients

COVID-19 and Monkeypox

In the past, in collaboration with the Department of Health, we were able to provide Monoclonal Antibodies for COVID-19. We also provide vaccination and compassionate treatment for Monkeypox provided by the CDC.


Lyme Disease Diagnostic Center

We are proud to provide excellent clinical care and conduct research studies on regional tick-borne infections in collaboration with other departments at New York Medical College at our Lyme Disease Diagnostic Center. Funding primarily comes from the NIH, CDC, New York State and private industry. A core clinical research unit with a certified research coordinator, nurses and laboratory scientists is available. Of special research interest are tick-borne infections such as Lyme disease, human granulocytic anaplasmosis and babesiosis, HIV/AIDS, infection control interventions, antibiotic resistant bacteria, and staphylococcus infections. Other research endeavors involve the use of experimental antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral agents.


Find an infectious disease specialist near you.

19 Bradhurst Avenue, Suite 3060N
Hawthorne, NY 10532

Belal, Maymonah
Infectious Diseases
Internal Medicine
Chen, Donald
Infectious Diseases
Dhand, Abhay
Dhand, Abhay, MD
Director, Transplant Infectious Diseases
Associate Professor of Medicine
Infectious Diseases
Eapen, Jaishvi
Eapen, Jaishvi, MBBS
Attending Physician
Infectious Diseases
Internal Medicine
El Khoury, Marc
Infectious Diseases
Glassman, Rebecca
Glassman, Rebecca, MD
Medical Director ACC Primary Care Clinic
Assistant Professor of Medicine, New York Medical College
Hrycko, Alexander
Hrycko, Alexander, MD
Attending Physician
Infectious Diseases
Internal Medicine
Keller, Marina
Infectious Diseases
Internal Medicine
Lobo, Stephen A.
Internal Medicine
Nog, Rajat
Nog, Rajat, MD
Transplant Infectious Disease Physician
Infectious Diseases
Stokes, Daniela
Infectious Diseases
Wormser, Gary
Infectious Diseases