Dr. Colleen Ann Edwards MD
Hematologist (Blood Specialist) | Hematology111 E 88th St New York NY, 10128
Dr. Colleen Edwards is a hematology internist practicing in New York, NY. Dr. Edwards specializes in cases of suspected blood disorders when a diagnosis is unclear and further medical care is needed. Hematology internists work with other specialists such as surgeons, radiation therapists and gynecologists in order to get a better understanding on the cases. Often, patients are asked to participate in clinical research that could result in more efficient treatment methods.
Education and Training
Univ of Pa Sch of Med, Philadelphia Pa 1984
Perelman School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania 1984
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
- Mt Sinai Med Ctr, Hematology-Internal Medicine; Mt Sinai Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
- Mount Sinai Hospital
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