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Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Trauma

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About Us

Weill Cornell Medicine is a major patient referral center for complex and rare gastrointestinal disorders in infants and children.

Weill Cornell Pediatric Surgery Located at New York's Komansky Center for Children's Health

Our programs for children integrate the expertise of pediatric anesthesiologists, pediatric surgeons, pediatric radiologists, pediatric gastroenterologists, neonatologists, perinatologists and other surgical subspecialists who work collaboratively to coordinate a fully integrated plan of care.

Treatment, counseling and planning for corrective action can start before birth, while the child is still in the womb, through our involvement with the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Perinatal Center. Children or parents admitted to the center will be able to meet with a skilled pediatric gastrointestinal doctor for consultation.

We also treat children with a variety of gastrointestinal, hepatic and biliary malignancies. In addition to the primary resection of intra-abdominal and gastrointestinal tumors, we perform hepatic resections and Kasai portoenterostomies for the treatment of biliary atresia. We are also an active member of the Children's Oncology Group, the world's largest organization devoted exclusively to childhood and adolescent cancer research.

Our physicians also treat the full spectrum of gastrointestinal disorders in older children. This includes diagnosis and treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease, intestinal motility disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, diverticular diseases in children, hepatobiliary disorders and mal-rotation.

All care takes place on a kid-friendly pediatric floor, where a child life program and child-friendly operating rooms help smooth the transition for young patients' stay in the hospital.

Our Locations

263 7th Avenue, Suite 4E
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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198-15 Horace Harding Expressway, Fresh Meadows
New Yorrk, New York 11365
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163-03 Horace Harding Expwy
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
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Media

WABC’s “Medical Marvels” series spotlighted Dr. Nitsana Spigland’s efforts to remove a rare and large tumor from a newborn girl. Dr. Spigland is the Chief of the Division of Pediatric Surgery and Chief of Pediatric Trauma at Weill Cornell Medicine.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Anonymous

"My 7 y/o daughter had inguinal hernia repair a couple of months ago this summer. The surgery went extremely smoothly. Within a week she was playing outside with her cousins and then off to 4 weeks of summer camp. Dr. Merianos and his staff took the time to answer all of our questions and make all of us feel less nervous going into the surgery. He also gave the same care and attention at the post-surgery follow-up appointment."

Sep 17, 2021
Source: Healthgrades
Angela Zhong

"Dr. Steigman and nurse Emily Sullivan are very kind and responsive whenever I emailed them with questions about the appointments and questions related to the surgical site. New York definitely needs more doctors and nurses like them!"

Sep 01, 2021
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Kim Huskey
Talking about P. Stephen Oh, M.D.

"Dr. Oh and the chief resident, Dr Robinson were amazing. They informed us along the way at every step of our daughter's emergency surgery. During recovery, I understood all aspects of the decisions that were being made for the care of our daughter. He and his team, answered every question with directness, respect and empathy. I am thankful Dr. Oh and his team were taking care of our family. I cannot say enough good about him and the team. We are grateful."

Aug 19, 2021
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