Internal Medicine / Primary Care
Beginning his undergraduate studies focused on Social Science, Dr. Cohen received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology from Loyola University of Chicago followed by a Masters of Arts degree in Human Development and Animal Behavior from the University of Chicago, Dr. Cohen then entered the Tel Aviv University School of Medicine in Tel Aviv, Israel. He completed an internship in the combined program of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at St. Vincent's Hospital of New York, followed by a residency in Urban Family Medicine at the Beth Israel Medical Center, also in NYC.
He has since worked in private practice and as an Attending Physician for the Montefiore Medical Group in the Bronx. He currently has a private practice in the Soho area of Manhattan. He spent three years as a volunteer with The Human Rights Clinic of Doctors of the World. Dr. Cohen is an Assistant Professor of Family and Social Medicine at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine. He is currently affiliated with the Beth Israel Medical Center of New York, where he is an Attending Physician.
Women's Healthcare / Adult Primary Care
Susannah Kerwin is a board certified Adult Nurse Practitioner with specialties in Adult Primary Care and Holistic Medicine. Susannah treats patients using an approach that blends complementary and traditional methods. Ms. Kerwin obtained her MSN from New York University’s unique dual degree program combining integrative and allopathic disciplines.
Originally from California, Susannah completed her undergraduate studies at the University of San Francisco. Living in this diverse city opened her eyes and heart and set the stage for her future role as a health care practitioner. Prior to becoming an ANP, Susannah worked for more than ten years as an RN in psychiatric and surgical settings.
Ms. Kerwin collaborates with each patient to create a personalized plan for optimal health. Individual health goals and needs are addressed and adjusted at each visit. Susannah believes that many health goals can be met by simple changes in diet and lifestyle.