Welcome to the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition! We are affiliated with the top ranked NewYork-Presbyterian Phyllis and David Komansky Children's Hospital at Weill Cornell Medical Center and the NewYork-Presbyterian Center for Advanced Digestive Care, one of the nation's leading centers for the diagnosis and treatment of childhood digestive diseases.
COVID-19 and IBD: Podcast with Dr. Sockolow
Dr. Robbyn Sockolow, Director of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, discusses Pediatric IBD and COVID-19 on a recent Weill Cornell Medicine Kids Health Cast podcast. She offers tips and calm guidance for nervous parents of children with IBD, and shares medication guidance, infusion protocol, what we know about COVID-19's relative risk and how it manifests in IBD & children, and ways to help ease our kids' anxiety and help them with stress reduction.
Our team has expertise in digestive disorders affecting children and adolescents of all ages including:
Other areas of expertise include:
Preparing for Your Child's Visit
Thank you for choosing Weill Cornell Pediatrics! To facilitate the check-in process during your child's visit, we have posted important forms and information for you to read, complete and return to the physician's office prior to your arrival. Please download the forms and questionnaires and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 646-962-0246 at least 72 hours before your appointment.
If you are scheduled for an appointment to see one of our physicians at the 2315 Broadway location, please proceed to the 3rd Floor. All forms listed should be sent into the office prior to the appointment.
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"Great , smart, caring doctor… very informative and listened to my issues."
"Love this doctor! He is great with my 13 yr old daughter!"
"My daughter has seen Dr Solomon for years. She listens to what I have to say, and tries to find fixes for problems. She also has been very alert to problems I may not see. My daughter has a g-tube due to physical problems from early surgeries. Dr Solomon was supportive in working with us to give blenderized regular food instead of formula in the beginning. Now we are working toward removing the g-tube through feeding therapy."