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About Tania M. Sheikh

Tania M. Sheikh, M.D. is a highly esteemed healthcare professional who believes in clinical excellence and has been delivering patient-centered medical services since 2003. With more than 17 years of tried and true experience, she takes her job as a means to assist people with the passion and sympathy of a dedicated professional.

She graduated from Sylhet M.A.G. Osmani Medical College in Bangladesh and later entered private practice in the United States. With the aim to ensure that each patient receives holistic and personalized care, she is currently working as an attending physician at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center and also affiliated with Long Island Jewish (LIJ) Medical Center, Northwell Health. She completed her residency from Bronx Lebanon Hospital.

Her experience, knowledge, and sincerity prove to be valuable every single day to grownup patients who come with a wide variety of diseases and health conditions including anxiety and stress; allergies and different skin issues; diabetes and other chronic problems; asthma and bronchitis; and hypertension.

Her diverse expertise is not limited to diagnosis or vaccination shots. She earned a name for her as an intern and managed to establish herself in the community as a dependable physician who sets her eyes upon a healthier and more prosperous world.

What's Special?

Dr. Tania keeps abreast of the latest trends and discoveries. To her, the job is more than a duty. She believes it’s an honor to help those in need.

Treatment Areas

Specializing in both psychotherapy and associated medication, we ensure you get all the help you need.
We adopt multi-pronged approaches, so patients can get well and live without much of a potential risk.
We provide both medications and immunotherapy based on established knowledge and approaches.
We focus on lifestyle remedies which help you get results without sacrificing anything that you value.
Everyone who visits us gets effective and inexpensive solutions for diabetes avoiding cardiovascular risks.
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