Pulmonary - Upper East Side

Clinical Services: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Upper East Side
425 E. 61st Street, 4th Floor, Suite 402
New York, NY 10065
Mon-Fri 09:00am - 05:00pm
Fax
(646) 962-0330
Call
(646) 962-2333
Upper East Side
425 East 61st Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10065
Mon-Fri 09:00am - 05:00pm
Call
(646) 962-2333
Dear members of our Weill Cornell Pulmonary community, 

Our practice is committed to providing exceptional patient care during this time and we are pleased to announce we are scheduling patients for Video Visits!

If you have medical questions or need to speak with your care provider, please call one  of our offices to schedule your next video visit. 

Our staff can help you set up everything you need for your video visit. Telemedicine allows you to video chat with your doctor from your own home, through the secure MyChart or Weill Cornell Medicine App. Video Visits are available Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm, and are covered by all insurance plans. You can begin to set up your Weill Cornell Connect account here! Please watch this brief video about how to sign up. 

About us

Weill Cornell Medicine’s Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine team consists of highly skilled physicians with expertise in all aspects of Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. We have experts specialized in COPD, interstitial lung disease and lung infection in addition to our broad general expertise. The physicians actively participate in education, innovative research, and comprehensive clinical care of patients and provide the most advanced treatments available in the NYC area.

Outpatients with any breathing or lung disorders from simple to complex are welcome for evaluation and treatment. The outpatient facility is state-of-the-art and includes on-site complete pulmonary function testing, advanced radiographic imaging, and laboratory analysis including blood gas assessment.  Appointments are often available within seven days. 

In addition to the outpatient practice, our physicians direct and staff the Medical Intensive Care Unit of New York Presbyterian Hospital, the #1 rated hospital in New York.  Our physicians are also the pulmonary consultants for the New York Presbyterian Hospital as well as for the Hospital for Special Surgery, the Nation’s premier premier Hospital for rheumatology and orthopedic care.

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What Our Patients Are Saying

JH Blank

"Unlike the person above who complained his calls were not returned, I have to say Dr. Blair is one of the best doctors I have ever seen. The communications problems were probably the result of the Weill Cornell Portal."

Nov 20, 2020
Source: Healthgrades
Professor Ansari

"Dr. Kaner is one of my exceptional physicians who has been treating my ILD/IPF since 2016. He is a highly praised Pulmonologist, very kind and caring human being, and most responsive to follow up email communications. I am BLESSED to be his patient."

Nov 01, 2020
Source: Healthgrades
Anonymous

"I suffered from breathing difficulties for several years. After taking dozens of spirometry and asthma tests, it was determined by another pulmonologist I did not have asthma; however, a variety of other doctors believed I did. Still, I couldn't breathe well. Finally, I went to Dr. Kaner, whose patient questionnaire was comprehensive. When we met, he was thorough in reading through my information and asked clarifying questions. Another reviewer noted he spent a lot of time looking at the computer. This is how he was able to properly diagnose me! By analyzing the data and listening to my breathing. I wanted an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. He cares about his patients' well-being, and he answered any questions and concerns I had along the way. He ordered the tests that finally revealed the source of my breathing problems, and then prescribed medication that had me breathing effortlessly for the first time in years. His diagnosis and treatment have been a life-changer."

Sep 09, 2020
Source: Healthgrades
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