Dr. Stephen Hershowitz MD Radiologist

Dr. Stephen Hershowitz is a radiologist in Melville, New York and is affiliated with John T. Mather Memorial Hospital. He received his medical degree from SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and has been in practice for 32 years. He is one of 43 doctors at John T. Mather Memorial Hospital who specialize in Radiology.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Radiologist: General Radiology

Hospital Affiliation

John T. Mather Memorial Hospital

Education & Medical Training

University of Maryland
Residency, Radiology, 1986–1987

North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
Residency, Radiology, 1983–1986

Winthrop-University Hospital
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1982–1983

SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Class of 1982

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Family Medicine
Certified in Family Medicine

American Board of Family Medicine
Certified in Sports Medicine

NY State Medical License
Active through 2016

PA State Medical License
Active through 2014

NJ State Medical License
Active through 2015

Publications & Presentations

Mitral regurgitation in coronary artery disease.
Balu, V., Hershowitz, S., Zaki Masud, A. R., Bhayana, J. N., Dean, D. C.


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