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Dr. Gerald Weissmann M.D., Rheumatologist

Dr. Gerald Weissmann M.D.

Rheumatologist | Rheumatology

44 West 77th Street New York NY, 10024



Dr. Gerald Weissmann is a rheumatologist practicing in New York, NY. Dr. Weissmann specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases and systematic autoimmune conditions that can affect the bones, muscles or bones. Eventually, if not treated, these illnesses can also impact the skin, eyes, nervous system and internal organs. Dr. Weissmann treats diseases similar to orthopedists but does not perform surgery. Often times, research is conducted to find potential alternatives for the patients illness.

Education and Training

New York University School of Medicine 1954

Provider Details

Male English


  • Bellevue Hospital Center
  • Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center of Chicago Program

Dr. Gerald Weissmann M.D.'s Practice location

Dr. Gerald Weissmann, MD

44 West 77th Street -
New York, NY 10024
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