Brian R. McMahon, MD, FAAP, is a board-certified pediatrician who lends his skills and expertise to serve patients at Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, NY. He additionally can be found on staff at Staten Island University Hospital. With thirty-six years of experience as a pediatrician, he specializes in the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents. Dr. McMahon is licensed to practice medicine in the state of New York. He speaks French and Italian in addition to English.
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University of Angers / U.F.R. of Medical Science And Pharmaceuticals 1983
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
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Brian R. McMahon, MD, FAAP is an Established Pediatrician at His Private Practice in Staten Island, NY.Dr. Brian McMahon is a board-certified pediatrician who treats patients at his private practice in Staten Island, NY. He opened his private practice in May of 1987 and has treated patients for over...
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- Patients’ Choice Award 2015
- Compassionate Doctor Recognition 2016 Vitals.com
- Chronic Pain
- Ear Infection
- Hay Fever (allergic Rhinitis)
- American Academy of Pediatrics - Fellow
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- American Academy of Pediatrics - Fellow
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Dr. McMahon is a board-certified pediatrician who is licensed to practice medicine in New York. He can be found on staff at Richmond University Medical Center and Staten Island University Hospital.
Richmond University Medical Center is a hospital in West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York City. The hospital occupies the buildings that were formerly St. Vincent’s Medical Center, which closed in 2006. It is affiliated with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Mount Sinai Health System.
Staten Island University Hospital is a member hospital of Northwell Health. It is a major tertiary referral center in Staten Island, New York City. SIUH is a two-campus, 668-bed specialized teaching hospital.
Graduating with his medical degree from the University of Angers in France, Dr. McMahon went on to further his education. He served his residency in pediatrics at Richmond University Medical Center.
A Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP), he is board-certified in pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP). The mission of the ABP is to advance child health by certifying pediatricians who meet standards of excellence and are committed to continuous learning and improvement.
Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that involves the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends individuals be under pediatric care up to the age of 21. Pediatricians provide medical care to people ranging in age from newborns to young adults. They are trained to examine, diagnose, and treat children with a wide variety of injuries and illnesses through all of their developmental stages, as they grow and mature.
In honor of his clinical expertise, Dr. McMahon has been the recipient of Patients’ Choice Award (2016, 2015) and Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2016, 2015).
On a more personal note, he speaks several languages, including English, Italian, and French.
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