MSSNY eNews: June 3, 2022

Message from MSSNY President Parag Mehta, MD:
Harmony, Wellness, Empowerment

While we cannot predict our future, we can help to create one through our actions. We need to know who we are, including our principles and beliefs, and the culture we aspire to. As physicians, I believe that we are healers, leaders, educators and change agents. As I begin my year as president of MSSNY, my guiding principles are harmony, wellness, and empowerment. Together we will create a culture of confidence and trust, opportunities to learn and grow, and an atmosphere in which we encourage new leadership.

Memorable, fun-filled, and action-packed House of Delegates

For the first time since 2019, we met in person in Tarrytown for the 215th MSSNY House of Delegates (HOD). It was a great feeling to see everyone in person. I salute all of you for your resilience, courage, and compassion for tirelessly treating the people of NY. Thank you to MSSNY’s Speaker and Vice Speaker, the reference committee chairs, the Delegates and staff for working tirelessly to make the HOD the success it was. I’d like to extend my personal congratulations to the elected officers and AMA delegates.

Graduation season

Many universities are getting back to celebrating commencement ceremonies in person this year. Congratulations to all graduating students. The youth of this nation can change the world. We need our youth to address misinformation, hatred, gun violence, and equity. As Mahatma Gandhi so appropriately said, “In a gentle way you can shake the world.”

In an inspirational commencement address at Harvard University last weekend, Attorney General Merrick B. Garland said “those of you who will dedicate a part of your lives to community service can stitch back together the fabric of our civil society…We must persuade our neighbors and our communities to reject the idea that violence or threats of violence are acceptable. We must work to dissipate the hatred that fuels such violence…. Democracy cannot survive if its citizens forsake the rule of law in favor of violence or threats of violence. We are all in this together. We must protect each other.”

As the Attorney General so aptly said, we are all in this together.

Parag Mehta, MD
MSSNY President

MSSNY Tip of the Week:
Having Issues Getting Workers’ Comp Deposition Fees Paid?

Under Part 301 of Title 12 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules, and Regulations of New York, medical witnesses are entitled to witness fees. If you or your practice do not receive a payment within ten days of the completed deposition, you need to send a letter to the insurer’s claim administrator. The letter should include the workers’ compensation case number, the deposition date, and a request for payment within ten days of the letter.

Suppose the insurer’s administrator does not make payment within ten days after the letter. In that case, you should send correspondence to the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board requesting assistance via hard copy or email. In each correspondence, be sure to include the following (otherwise the Board will be unable to take any action): a cover letter addressed to the Workers’ Compensation Board, laying out the date(s) of the testimony given, the date(s) you requested payment, a statement that you still have not received compensation for your testimony and copies of any demand letters sent to the carrier informing the carrier of over-due compensation. At least one of these demand letters should have been sent to the carrier after October 2018 and should specifically indicate that: your testimony was given on a particular date or dates; there was a direction for payment within ten days of the testimony, but payment still has not been made, and asking for payment within ten days of the receipt of the letter.

If you send the correspondence to the Board via email, you must include your cover letter as an attachment to your email; if you have your cover letter only in the body of the email, it will not be adequately processed. Please email If you send the correspondence via hard copy, it must be addressed to the Board’s centralized mailing address:

NYS Workers’ Compensation Board
Centralized Mailing Address
PO Box 5205
Binghamton, NY 13902-5205

If it is substantiated, the Board will issue an Administrative Determination directing the standard witness fee payment. If the claim administrator still has not made payment 30 days after the Administrative Determination, the health care provider may contact the Board by mail or email to request further action. For more details, please visit the Workers’ Compensation Board website.

If you have questions about this or any other insurance concern, contact MSSNY’s Director of Physician Payment and Practice, Heather Lopez, at 518.465.8085 X332 |

Senate and Assembly Pass Bills to Limit Insurer Interference with Patients Receiving Needed Care
The Senate and Assembly passed several important measures prior to the end of Session to help patients overcome health insurer restrictions that impose needless hassles interfering with obtaining needed treatment and prescription medications.  MSSNY will be urging Governor Hochul to sign these bills into law.

  • 879 (Gottfried)/S.8113 (Cleare), would prohibit a health insurer from denying a claim or pre-approval request for patient care unless the reviewing physician is board-certified or board eligible in the same or similar specialty as the physician who typically recommends the treatment or manages the condition that is under review. It would also require that the reviewing physician have a New York license to practice medicine.
  • 1741 (Gottfried)/S.5299 (Rivera), would prohibit health insurers from preventing patients from using copay cards or coupons to help meet their often- enormous deductibles. Enactment of this legislation would help patients, particularly those on chronic medication therapies, to realize the full benefit of these discount cards and help them meet their deductible requirements earlier in a calendar year.  MSSNY has been working with a number of patient and physician advocacy groups to support this important legislation, including the American Cancer Society, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, and the Bleeding Disorders Coalition.  Read the joint press release here: Joint Press Release (
  • 3276 (Gunther)/S.5909 (Kaminsky), would prevent health insurers from imposing step therapy or fail first protocols on coverage for prescription medications to address mental health conditions. In 2016, MSSNY worked with a number of patient advocacy groups to enact a law that established strict criteria to better enable a physician, on behalf of their patient, to override a health insurer step therapy/fail first protocol.  This legislation would go a step further, ensuring that these health insurer step therapy protocols would not apply to mental health medications in the first place.  Read MSSNY’s memo in support here: S5909-A3276 support (

Legislature Passes De-Stabilizing Expansion of Wrongful Death Awards; Please Urge Governor Hochul to Veto
Despite strenuous opposition from MSSNY, specialty societies, hospital associations, FQHCs, medical liability and property & casualty insurers, counties, and mayors, the Senate and Assembly passed legislation (S.74-A, Hoylman/A.6770, Weinstein) that would significantly expand the types of damages awardable in a wrongful death action and expand who could bring such lawsuits.  Specifically, the legislation would increase the already expansive damages awardable in such actions to include compensation for grief or anguish, the loss of love and companionship, loss of services and support, and the loss of nurture and guidance.

Because actuarial studies have suggested that this bill has the potential to increase New York’s already outrageously high medical liability premiums by nearly 40%, MSSNY is urging Governor Hochul to veto this short-sighted legislation.  Physicians can send a letter to Governor here:   Reject Expansion of Liability (

MSSNY has argued that legislation like this should only be considered in the context of a comprehensive effort to address New York’s excessive liability costs. While some advocates claim

that New York’s existing wrongful death law is an outlier compared to other states, they do not mention that most of these other states have adopted provisions to contain excessive medical liability insurance costs, including limits on damages. New York has no such law, which is why our medical liability insurance and payout costs far exceed every other state in the country. This is one of the major reasons why New York regularly receives the dubious distinction of being one of the worst states in the country to be a doctor (Best & Worst States for Doctors (

Again, please contact Governor Hochul here: Reject Expansion of Liability ( to make sure that we #DontChasePhysiciansOutofNY.

Women’s Reproductive Rights Package Passes NYS Legislature
The New York State Legislature passed a series of bills aimed at protecting women’s reproductive freedom, as well as protecting physicians from some of the legal consequences of providing health care services that are legal in New York State but could become illegal in other states (based upon potential future Supreme Court decisions).   The following measures were passed:

  • Freedom from Interference with Reproductive Health Advocacy and Travel Exercise: S9039A/A10094-A, sponsored by Senator Alessandra Biaggi and Assemblymember Chris Burdick. Would protect the rights of individuals seeking abortion care or gender-affirming care in New York State.
  • Extradition and Discovery Non-Cooperation: S9077/A10372, sponsored by Senator Liz Krueger and Assemblymember Charles Lavine. Forbids New York State from cooperating with out-of-state legal cases involving abortion except in limited circumstances.
  • Prohibiting Medical Misconduct Charges for Performing Reproductive Health Care: S9079A/A.9687, sponsored by Senator Anna Kaplan and Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal. Prohibits professional misconduct charges against licensed medical professionals for providing legal abortion and reproductive health services to patients who reside in states where such services are illegal. MSSNY is supportive of this measure.
  • Protection of Malpractice Coverage: S9080B/A.9718 B, sponsored by Senator Michelle Hinchey and Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal. Prohibits medical malpractice insurers from taking adverse action against a healthcare provider in New York State for performing legal healthcare reproductive services, protecting providers, and ensuring that people can safely access abortion and other related services in New York State. MSSNY is supportive of this concept.
  • Address Confidentiality Program: S9384A/A9818A, sponsored by Senator Cordell Cleare and Assemblymember Amy Paulin. Would expand the eligibility of the Address Confidentiality Program to include reproductive health care services providers, employees, volunteers, patients, or their immediate family members.
  • Study of the Impact of Limited-Service Pregnancy Centers: S470/A5499, sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman and Assemblymember Deborah Glick. Directs the Commissioner of Health to assemble a temporary task force to study and issue a report examining the unmet health and resource needs facing pregnant people in New York State, as well as the impact of limited-service pregnancy centers on the access and quality of care pregnant people receive.

These measures now go to Governor Kathy Hochul for her signature.

Health Care Mandate Bills Pass the Legislature
Despite expressed concerns from MSSNY together with several specialty societies about legislating the practice of medicine, a handful of bills requiring physicians and other health care providers to take specific actions in various patient care situations have passed both Houses of the Legislature. MSSNY will be urging the Governor to request that chapter amendments be adopted to reduce the additional documentation burden, necessary to prove compliance, these bills will impose at a time when physicians are already drowning in excessive paperwork that is contributing to physician burnout.  These bills include:

  • 2521-C, Rivera/A.3470-C, Gottfried would require hospitals and other health care providers to inform patients of facility fees not covered by insurance. This bill also requires employed health care providers to disclose in advance if their employer health system is charging a facility fee. While MSSNY and several specialty societies strongly objected to the aspect of the legislation that would require an employed physician to disclose fees charged by their employer, the C-print of this legislation was a significant improvement over an earlier, untenable, version which would have required physicians and hospitals to jointly bill.
  • 4640, Rivera/A.273, Gottfried would require physicians and other care providers, prior to writing an initial prescription for an opioid medication to treat neuromusculoskeletal pain, to “consider and discuss with the patient” non-opioid treatment alternatives. These alternatives include, but are not limited to, non-opioid medications, physical therapy, massage therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, and exercise.  The bill provides that such steps would not be required for post-surgical pain management, treating patients with cancer, for end-of-life care, or in an emergency.
  • 6287-B, Mannion/A.7560-A, Rosenthal would require OB-GYNs and midwives to provide information to their pregnant patients regarding the risks of cytomegalovirus (CMV) on their first visit during the pregnancy. The materials to be shared would be developed by the New York State Department of Health.

The Legislature also gave passage to legislation (S.67-A, Hoylman/A.3298-A, Epstein) that would require physicians treating a patient for their epilepsy and at elevated risk of sudden unexpected death due to epilepsy (SUDEP) to provide the patient with written materials about the risk of SUDEP.  Importantly, the final version of the legislation was a significant improvement over earlier versions by exempting those providing emergency care from the requirement, narrowing the cohort of patients for when the requirement would apply, ensuring the materials to be distributed would be developed by non-profit organizations with expertise in neurology and epilepsy, and ensuring that there would no penalties for an initial non-willful violation of the requirement.  MSSNY and the New York State Neurological Society worked with Senator Hoylman’s office in an effort to improve the bill.

Legislature Passes Bill to Require Health Insurers to Implement Real Time Benefit Tool
Both Houses have passed a bill (A5411-D, McDonald/S.4620-C, Breslin) that would require health insurers to implement a system that will enable real-time, patient specific, prescription drug out-of-pocket cost details to be provided to physicians at the point of prescribing.  The information to be provided in a real time benefit tool (RTBT) would include:

  • patient-specific eligibility information;
  • patient-specific prescription cost and benefit data, such as applicable formulary, benefit, coverage, and cost-sharing data for the prescribed drug and clinically appropriate alternatives, when appropriate;
  • patient-specific cost-sharing information that describes variance in cost-sharing based on the pharmacy dispensing the prescribed drug or its alternatives, and in relation to the patient’s benefit (such as the out-of-pocket maximum);
  • information regarding lower cost clinically appropriate treatment alternatives; and applicable utilization management requirements.

If signed into law, the requirement would take effect July 1, 2023.  MSSNY indicated its support for the concept of this type of administrative simplification mechanism but also raised questions regarding the logistics and potential cost for physician electronic medical record vendors to implement these new RTBT interfaces.

Living Donor Bills Pass the NYS Legislature
Legislation, sponsored by Assemblymember Richard Gottfried and Senator Gustavo Rivera, has passed the NYS Legislature and would increase living organ, tissue, and body parts donation by removing financial barriers and educating the public about living donation. Entitled the NYS Living Donor Support Act, A. 146/S. 1594, would also provide a mechanism for reimbursing expenses for living donors who are residents of the state.  Eligible expenses include financial costs incurred by living donors such as lost wages, sick and vacation days, childcare, travel, lodging and/or medical expenses.  MSSNY has long-standing policy calling for employers to provide support for the needs of employees who become living donors.  The bill does require a nephrologist or primary care physician treating a patient for end stage renal disease to provide information to that patient regarding transplantation if they are a candidate for a transplant.  The measure moves onto Governor Hochul for her signature.

Firearm Safety Package Passed by NYS Legislature
In recognition of the mass shooting in Buffalo that killed 10 people and the shooting in Uvalde, Texas shooting that killed 19 children and 2 teachers, the New York State Legislature took action during the closing days of the legislative session to tighten various provisions of the state’s gun laws.   These measures include:

  • 1023-A/S.4970-A, sponsored by Amy Paulin and Senator Brian Kavanagh. Would require all state and local law enforcement agencies to report seized or recovered guns to the criminal gun clearinghouse; participate in ATFs collective data sharing program; test-fire seized or recovered guns for the national integrated Ballistic Information Network; and enter the make, model, caliber, and serial number of the gun into the national crime information center. The measure would also require gun dealers to implement a security plan for securing firearms, rifles, and shotguns; prohibit persons under eighteen and not accompanied by a parent from certain locations of a gun dealer’s premises; provide training to all employees on the conduct of firearm, rifle, and shotgun transfers, including identification of and response to illegal purchases; adhere to record keeping requirements; and require the state police to conduct inspections of gun dealers every three years.
  • 6716-A/S89-B, sponsored by Assemblymember Monica Wallace and Senator Todd Kaminsky. Makes threatening mass harm a criminal offense.
  • 7926-A/S.4116-A, sponsored by Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal and Senator Brad Hoylman. Requires the DCJS to certify or decline to certify that microstamping-enabled pistols are technologically viable, and if certified as viable, to establish programs and processes for the implementation of such technology. This bill also establishes the crime of an unlawful sale of a non-microstamping-enabled firearm
  • A7865-A/S.4511-A, sponsored by Assemblymember Patricia Fahy and Senator Anna Kaplan. Requires social media networks in New York to provide a clear and concise policy regarding how they would respond to incidents of hateful conduct on their platform and maintain easily accessible mechanisms for reporting hateful conduct on those platforms.
  • 10428-A/S.9229-A, sponsored by Assembly Majority Leader Crystal People-Stokes and Senator Brad Hoylman. Would eliminate the grandfathering of large capacity ammunition feeding devices that were lawfully possessed prior to the enactment of the Safe Act or manufactured prior to 1994.
  • 10497/S.9407-B, sponsored by Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson and Senator Brian Kavanagh. Would make it unlawful to purchase and sell body vests to anyone who is not engaged in an eligible profession.
  • 10501/S.9465, sponsored by Assemblymember Demond Meeks and Senator Jamaal Bailey. Would create a new Task Force on Social Media and Violent Extremism in the Attorney General’s office to study and investigate the role of social media companies in promoting and facilitating violent extremism and domestic terrorism online.
  • 10502/S.9113-A, sponsored by Assemblymember Kevin Cahill and Senator James Skoufis. Would expand who may file an Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) petition to include health care practitioners who have examined the individual within the last six months; requires police and district attorneys to file ERPO petitions upon credible information that an individual is likely to engage in conduct that would result in serious harm to himself, herself, or others; requires the State Police and the Municipal Police Training Council to create and disseminate policies and procedures to identify when an ERPO petition may be warranted; amends the firearm licensing statute to make it clear that when an individual has been reported by a mental health practitioner, and a county mental health commissioner has concurred with such practitioner that the individual is likely to engage in conduct that would result in serious harm to themself or others, such report is considered in determining whether or not to issue a firearm license to the individual; and, expands the mental health practitioners who can make such reports.
  • 10503/S.9458, sponsored by Assemblymember Chantel Jackson and Senator Kevin Thomas. Would require an individual to obtain a license prior purchasing a semiautomatic rifle. This is prospective and applies to purchases made on and after the effective date.
  • 10504/S.9456, sponsored by Assemblymember Kenny Burgos and Senator Luis Sepulveda. Would expand the definition of a “firearm” to include any weapon not defined in the penal law that is designed or may readily be converted to expel a projectile by action of an explosive.

The measures now go to Governor Kathy Hochul for signature.

Bill Passes to Create Primary Care Reform Commission
Among the flurry of health care bills that passed both Houses at the end of Session was legislation (A7230-B, Gottfried/S.6534-C, Rivera) (A7230 | ( to create a “Primary Care Reform Commission” to make recommendations to increase  spending on primary care and to strengthen primary care infrastructure.  As noted in the sponsor’s memo, representation for the group would include: experts on health care financing, reimbursement, and regulation from primary care providers, federally qualified health centers and professional practice groups, as well as representatives with relevant expertise from businesses operating within New York, public and commercial health plans including managed care plans, and primary care professional and advocacy organizations.

MSSNY had written a letter on the legislation that supports the concept of the bill to increase primary care spending, but requested that there be some designated representation by specialty care physicians as they regularly coordinate patient care with primary care physicians and other primary care providers.  The version of the bill that passed the Legislature deleted a provision with which MSSNY had raised concerns. This version would have directed the Commission to arrive at recommendations whereby primary care spending would be at least 12.5% of health care spending by 2026.  As with our advocacy in support of fair Medicare payment, MSSNY has argued that we need to increase spending on community-based physician health care altogether, not re-distribute spending, given the enormous practice struggles facing physicians of all specialties.

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Legislature Passes Bill to Provide Some New Protections Against OMIG Audits
The Senate and Assembly have passed legislation (A.7889-A, Gottfried/S.4486-B, Harckham) to provide some additional due process protections to health care providers audited by the Office of Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG).  Specifically, the bill would:

  • Require the OMIG to wait at least 60 days after issuing a final audit report before starting a recovery action on any overpayments, and to provide a minimum of 10 days advance written notice to the affected provider.
  • Prohibit OMIG from making a recovery from a provider based solely on an administrative or technical defect without any intent to falsify or defraud, except where OMIG has informed the provider of the error and given the provider 30 days to correct it, and the provider did not correct the error.
  • Require OMIG to provide an exit conference or detailed written explanation of any draft audit findings to the provider.
  • Require OMIG to only use statistically reasonable and valid extrapolation methods for audits in circumstances where extrapolation is permitted.
  • Prohibit repeating a review or audit of the same contracts, cost reports, claims, bills, or expenditures unless the OMIG has new information, good cause to believe the previous audit was erroneous, or a significantly different scope of investigation.
  • Require OMIG to apply all laws, regulations, policies, guidelines, standards, and interpretations that were in place at the time the claim or conduct occurred.

Medical Matters CME Webinars: The Relationship Between Medicine & Government During a Public Health Emergency
The COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated many intricacies in the relationship between government and medicine.  Learn more about EUA’s, the Incident Command System (ICS), and executive orders by registering for The Relationship Between Medicine & Government During a Public Health Emergency on Wednesday June 15, 2022, at 7:30 a.m.  Wajiha Kazmi, Esq., attorney at New York State Department of Health, with serve as faculty for this webinar.

Educational objectives are:

  • Examine the role of executive orders during a public health emergency.
  • Discuss emergency use authorizations (EUA’s) and how they expedite resolution of public health emergencies.
  • Analyze the Incident Command System (ICS) and its relevance to planning and preparing for a public health emergency.
  • Illustrate and define the relationship between medicine and government during a public health emergency.

Webinar – Nuclear Radiation & Chemical Agents: An Update
Did you know that effects of radiation exposure can show up within a few hours or within a few months depending on the extent of exposure?  Additionally, while treaties are in place prohibiting the use of chemical weapons and calling for the destruction of stockpiles, it is unknown how many of these weapons of mass destruction remain.  To learn more, Register now for “Nuclear Radiation & Chemical Agents: An Update” on June 22, 2022 at 7:30a.m.  Arthur Cooper, MD will serve as faculty for this webinar.

Additional information or assistance with registration may be obtained by contacting Melissa Hoffman at

The Medical Society of the State of New York is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Medical Society of the State of New York designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.                                           

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Board Certified Internal or Family Medicine Physician
Join our caring team and our mission to provide the highest standard of healthcare to each of our patients. Medical office in Eastern Nassau County looking a for a hard-working, responsible Physician to join our team.

Responsibilities include care for, diagnosing and managing patients.

Please send Curriculum Vitae to

MANHATTAN MEDICAL SUITE FOR SALE –Prestigious Coop on 45 East 62nd St. between Madison & Park!!
This approximately 1100 square foot medical suite has a grand reception area that is large enough for 2 or 3 people to work from. There is an additional nook area currently used for paper chart files that could also be utilized to update charts online or for bookkeeping.  The waiting room has approximately 10 ft ceilings and a marble fireplace. The mahogany veneered office also has high ceilings. The reception area and hallway have a drop ceiling that was installed to accommodate duct work for air conditioning.  There are 1.5 bathrooms. Medical equipment is also available for sale. The property needs a cosmetic renovation update.

To schedule a showing: or Call: Melissa Alonso with Nestseekers International: 646.403.7311

IDEAL LOCATION: 45 East 62nd – Prime Lennox Hill
PRICE: $1,100,000 with 50% Financing Permitted
Monthly Maintenance: $4775

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Medical Office for Rent (Poughkeepsie) and Share (Tuckahoe)
Poughkeepsie Office Suite 1100+ sq ft, w/ five office consult-exam rooms, waiting and receptionist area, restroom & private restroom, 1 block away from MidHudson Regional Hospital. Tuckahoe office 2 1500+ sqft suites for share, 3 exam rooms with procedure room, storage room. 1 block away from train station.

Please call or text 646-302-3085 or email

Medical Office Suite for Rent (Downtown, New York City) – Ready to Move In!
On Canal Street, NYC : near Mulberry and Mott Street. Busy area near Subways. In a professional 7day/week concierge building . Office Suite 1002+ sq ft, beautiful & bright w/ five office consult-exam rooms, Spacious waiting and receptionist area, utility room & private restroom. MUST SEE! Please Call for showing at: 917-378-2699 or email: Ask for Sammie.

Rendr – Transforming Healthcare – Leadership Opportunity: Associate Chief Medical Office, SVP of Population Health, Bilingual English and Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) preferred Job Position: Associate Chief Medical Office, SVP of Population Health in this role, you will lead and provide a wide range of support through population health, quality measures, practice transformation, Rendr360 department, House Calls, and other projects. Please send resumes We are offering leadership opportunities to Physicians who are interested in providing high-quality clinical care to our patients in the diverse communities that we serve. As a rapidly growing network, we provide a supportive environment for our physicians to practice medicineunder the guidance of dedicated medical leadership.

Board Certified Cardiologist Position
Exceptional private practice cardiology employment opportunity. Manhattan Cardiology is a state-of-the-art cardiology practice located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The position is 100% outpatient cardiology with minimal call and excellent compensation structure and benefits. The practice is looking to add an enthusiastic and hardworking cardiologist to join our team.

Board certification is preferred in general cardiology, echocardiography, and ideally RPVI.

Job Type: Full Time with a very competitive salary and excellent benefits awaits the qualified candidate.

Please send resumes to

Board Certified Internal or Family Medicine Physician
Be a part of our care team and join our mission to provide the highest standard of healthcare to each one of our patients. Medical Offices of Manhattan is looking for a full time enthusiastic, hard-working and responsible Board-Certified Internal or Family Medicine Physician.

Responsibilities include caring for, diagnosing and managing patients. Board certification is a must. The position is 100% outpatient with minimal call and an excellent salary with benefits.

Please send resumes to

Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner
A growing multispecialty practice in Manhattan, Medical Offices of Manhattan and Manhattan Cardiology is seeking for an enthusiastic, hardworking Board Certified Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner.

Responsibilities include caring for, diagnosing, and managing patients in both the primary care and cardiology setting. The Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner will collaborate with the team in diagnosing and creating plans for each patient.

The position is 100% outpatient with minimal call and excellent salary with benefits.

Please send resumes to

GI Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner
Medical Offices of Manhattan, a multi-specialty medical office is seeking for immediate hiring for an experienced and hardworking GI Physician Assistant.

Responsibilities includes managing Adult Gastroenterology patients with varying disease processes, including but not limited to GERD, IBD, bowel pattern changes, abdominal pain, and diseases related to the liver, pancreas, GI tract, and gallbladder; develops, implements, and manages therapeutic treatment regimens in collaboration with the Gastroenterologists and must possess excellent communication skills, with a focus on a team approach to patient-centered care

The position is 100% outpatient with minimal call and excellent salary with benefits.

Please send resumes to

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Medical Offices of Manhattan, a multi-specialty medical office is seeking our newest team member, a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner to join our fast-growing team of mental health professionals.

Responsibilities includes managing both complex psychiatric and common medical problems, assess and diagnose illness states and initiate psychotropic medication (as needed) and other therapeutic interventions and collaborate with the team in diagnosing and creating plans for each patient.

The position is 100% outpatient with minimal call and excellent salary with benefits.

Please send resumes to

In Network Registered Dietician
A growing multispecialty practice in Manhattan, Medical Offices of Manhattan is seeking an In Network Registered Dietician to join our care team for immediate need.

Responsibilities includes but not limited to conducting nutritional assessment, developing and implementing patient specific care plans and recommending nutrition care plans to patients as well as recommending therapeutic diet modifications and /or supplemental feedings to patients. Must have a degree in Nutrition or Dietetics, should be RD license, Registration by the Commission on Registration (CDR) as a Registered Dietitian (RD) in New York State plus specialized certifications as needed.

The position is 100% outpatient with excellent salary with benefits.

Please send resumes to

Board Certified Gastroenterologist Position:
Exceptional private practice gastroenterologist employment opportunity. Medical Offices of Manhattan, a multi-specialty medical office is seeking for immediate hiring for a board certified, experienced and hardworking Gastroenterologist.

Responsibilities includes managing Adult Gastroenterology patients with varying disease processes, including but not limited to GERD, IBD, bowel pattern changes, abdominal pain, and diseases related to the liver, pancreas, GI tract, and gallbladder; develops, implements, and manages therapeutic treatment regimens and must possess excellent communication skills, with a focus on a team approach to patient-centered care

The position is 100% outpatient with minimal call and excellent salary with benefits.

Please send resumes to