Dr. Laura Whitman, MD

Psychiatry     -  New York,  New York


Dr. Laura Whitman, MD works in New York, New York is a specialist in Psychiatry, Adolescent Psychiatry & Pediatric Psychiatry and graduated University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine in 1987. Dr. Whitmanand practicing for 30 years

 Experience and Qualifications


  • Psychiatry
  • Adolescent Psychiatry & Pediatric Psychiatry

 Board Certifications

  • Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

 Years Since Graduation

  • 30

 State License

  • New York

 Background Check

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 Education & Training

Medical School

University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine

Graduated: 1987

Residency Hospital

New York University Med Center

New York, NY, USA

Year completed: 1991

Internship Hospital

New York University Med Center

New York, NY, USA

Year completed: 1988

Fellowship Hospitals

Ny Psychology Institute Columbia P&s

York, NY, USA

Year completed: 1993


1   AMA
2   APA
3   A Psych A
5   Association Psych Association

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 Office Locations

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 Office Address

310 West 72nd Street
New York (NY)
New York,

  (212) 721-8740

Accepting New Patients

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 Map & Directions

Office Address, 310 West 72nd Street, New York, New York (NY), 10023

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