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Mount Sinai Medical Center welcomes new primary care physician, Dr. Joshua Gizersky

Mount Sinai Medical Center welcomes new primary care physician, Dr. Joshua Gizersky

Mount Sinai Medical Center welcomes new primary care physician, Dr. Joshua Gizersky

Dr. Joshua Gizersky

Mount Sinai Medical Center welcomes Dr. Joshua Gizersky as its newest primary care physician. Dr. Gizersky will be seeing patients at Mount Sinai Aventura’s multispecialty physician office, located at 2845 Aventura Boulevard. He also will see patients in the upcoming Mount Sinai Sunny Isles physician office, scheduled to open in October 2014.

Dr. Gizersky was most recently a clinical faculty physician in the Division of Internal Medicine at Maimonides Medical Center in New York. He attended the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed an internal medicine residency at Maimonides Medical Center. He went on to complete a unique fellowship in the emerging field of anti-aging, regenerative, and functional medicine, which combines the use of bioidentical hormones with supplements to restore wellness and promote longevity and healthy metabolic function.

In addition to internal medicine and primary care, Dr. Gizersky’s focus areas have been medical weight loss, wellness and fitness, nutrition, menopause and andropause treatment, along with cognitive enhancement.

Prior to medical school, Dr. Gizersky attended Hofstra University where he was the lead investigator in an acclaimed Merck grants research project. The project led to the discovery and patent of a compound with medical applications for respiratory distress syndrome.

A native of Odessa, Ukraine, Dr. Gizersky grew up in Brooklyn, New York. He maintains a close bond with the Russian community and is fluent in English and Russian. For more information, or to contact Dr. Gizersky, please call 305-674-CARE (2273) or visit www.msmc.com.

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  1. Gizersky exemplifies a quack and his office is totally indifferent towards patients. Specifically, Gizersky ordered various tests to be performed and notwithstanding multiple messages left with him and the office, lacked the decency to advise me of the results. He also indicated that his staff would schedule appointments for XRays and other tests to be performed outside of his office. This did not occur and I was blown off by the office manager when I called for relevant information abut the appointments.

    On check in for my physical Gizersky's office assured me a copay was not due under my BCBS policy. They subsequently billed me it anyway and their reason was that I asked Gizersky a question which was considered an ailment beyond the physical.

    I have reported Gizersky, et.al to BCBS for fraud, and the State of Florida for unethical and unprofessional practice. My advice is to visit this schlock "so called" physician at your own risk. I sincerely believe a vet would provide more professional service.