Since joining Jamaica Hospital in November of 2018 Dr. Winderman has dedicated her time to not only expanding the GI services offered at the hospital, but also educating her colleagues and the community about the various gastrointestinal issues that can affect children, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), liver disease and allergic inflammatory disease of the esophagus (EOE).
One of the reasons Dr. Winderman came to Jamaica Hospital was she recognized a need in the community for a Pediatric GI program. Many of the services she now offers at Jamaica Hospital were not otherwise offered in Queens That’s why she is excited to be able to offer care at Jamaica Hospital.
According to Dr. Winderman, “My primary goal is to gain the trust of my patients and their parents because treating pediatric GI issues is often a long journey. By working with parents on a treatment plan that includes various forms of therapies and nutritional programs, I am confident that together we can effectively manage these conditions and prevent the long-term complications they can have on a child’s growth and development.”
Dr. Winderman currently sees patients at the following locations:
89-06 135 Street – Suite 7T
Jamaica, NY 11418
Jamaica Hospital Ambulatory Care Center
8900 Van Wyck Expressway
Jamaica, NY 11418
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