Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Trauma-Upper East Side

Clinical Services: Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Trauma, Surgery
Upper East Side
520 East 70th Street, L-718
New York, NY 10021
Mon-Fri 09:00am - 05:00pm
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Conveniently located on the Upper East Side in New York City, Weill Cornell Medicine’s Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Trauma Surgeons perform thousands of procedures—both conventional and minimally invasive—on babies, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is a verified Level II Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma (COT). This verification recognizes our dedication to providing high quality, multidisciplinary care to injured patients in our community and across the region. 

Each and every member of our staff is committed to making your experience with us as smooth as possible. Using state-of-the-art technology our pediatric surgeons provide general and specialized surgical treatments, including, congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), congenital lung malformations, esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula, intestinal atresia and abdominal wall defects.

In addition to providing outstanding individualized clinical care, we are committed to advancing the field of pediatric surgery through research and education with the goal of providing optimal results for every child in need. 

For a complete description of our services, please visit our web site:

Weill Cornell Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Trauma 

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What Our Patients Are Saying

Anonymous

"Dr Merianos performed the Nuss Procedure on our 14 year old, march 2022. From start to finish everything went smoothly & successfully, and this was in the middle of a pandemic. Our son is recuperating beautifully & despite all our worries before the surgery, we are very happy with the results and would do it again."

Mar 29, 2022
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Anonymous

"Dr. Merianos was wonderful! He took his time with my son and answered all our questions before we even asked them! I feel very confident in him and would recommend him in a heartbeat! Wonderful experience!"

Mar 19, 2022
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Yaroslava Poleshko

"My daughter is the second child of twins who had a perforated stomach ulcer on the 7th day after birth and underwent surgery on the same day. Over time, the child grew up, periodic abdominal pain began. Now my daughter is 16. Over the past 2 years, we had to go to doctors about 6 times, 4 of them was in emergency. But no one could understand the cause of such a sharp pain, it all started with a stabbing pain, then constant vomiting, exhaustion. It was scary to see your child suffer, and no one understood the reason. Last year, she had the same symptoms, and the doctors concluded that it was appendicitis, did an appendectomy. A year later, everything happened again for Maria. Finally, we got to Dr. Merianos, at that time she had an obstruction of the small intestine, I was in a panic, we were very afraid to have surgery, because there was no understanding of what was inside under the scar from childhood there were big risks. Because of my fear, we decided to postpone the surgery but two months later the symptoms was repeated. After an in-depth analysis of all the previous medical research of the past years, Dr. Merianos, like a true detective, found the cause of our unhappiness and pain. We are very happy that we decided to have surgery, my daughter was also worried about additional scars on her body, but the doctor is just an incredible master, he did everything almost imperceptibly. We are grateful to him for his professionalism, care and high level of qualification. I want no one to be afraid to entrust their child to such a professional, rest assured that they will do everything possible for your child. Grateful again to Dr. Merianos."

Feb 20, 2022
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