(631) 444-KIDS (5437)
Pediatric Primary Care
- Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Vice Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education
Stony Brook School of Medicine
LATHA CHANDRAN MD, MPH
(631) 444-KIDS (5437)
- AFFINITY HEALTH PLAN
- BEECH STREET
- CIGNA GREAT WEST HEALTHCARE
- CIGNA HMO
- CIGNA PPO
- EMBLEM GHI CBP
- EMBLEM HIP-HMO
- EMBLEM HIP-MEDICAID
- EMBLEM HIP-MEDICARE
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE HMO
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE INDEMNITY PLANS
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE PPO
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE SENIOR PLAN
- FIDELIS CARE NEW YORK
- ISLAND GROUP ADMINISTRATION
- MAGNACARE HEALTH REPUBLIC EXCHANGE
- MULTIPLAN PHCS
- MULTIPLAN SAVILITY
- NO FAULT
- UNITED EMPIRE PLAN (NYSHIP)
- UNITED HEALTHCARE
- UNITED OXFORD FREEDOM PLAN
- UNITED OXFORD LIBERTY PLAN
- US FAMILY HEALTH PLAN
- VISITING NURSE SERVICES (FIDA)
- VYTRA (except SMART START)
- WORKERS COMP
Education & Training
- Kerala University, India
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center,
New York Medical College, Valhalla, N.Y; Stony Brook Hospital Medical Center, NY
Academic & Other
- Teaching Activity:
- Year Appointed at
2014 Selected for inclusion in Best Doctors listing by Best Doctors, Inc.
2013 Selected for inclusion in Best Doctors listing by Best Doctors, Inc.
(1)2004: Sponsorship from the APA Faculty Development Program for workshop presentation at the national Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, in recognition of its exceptional potential to provide an excellent learning experience to attendees.
(2)2004: Faculty Award for excellence in teaching from pediatric house staff
(3)2004: Chosen by peers as one of the Best Doctors in America
(4)2003: Faculty Award for excellence in teaching from pediatric house staff
(5)2003: Faculty Humanism in Medicine Award, SUNY Stony Brook, School of Medicine
(6)2002: Dean Cash Award for Noteworthy Contributions to the Educational Mission of SUNY School of Medicine
- Clinical Practice Began:
4 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE,
(1)Chandran L, Zuniga I, Meloy L, Chen J. Medical Training Issues in the Normal Newborn Nurseries: A survey. Ambulatory Pediatrics 2004; 4(6): 519-520.
(2)Chandran L, Latorre P. Neonatal circumcisions performed by Pediatric Residents: Implementation of a Training Program. Ambulatory Pediatrics 2002;2:470-474
(3)Leibowitz R, Jacob J, Chandran L: Abdominal Pain with Centrifugal Rash. Clinical Pediatrics. Vol 41 (3), 179-82.
(4)Chandran L,Navaie-Waliser M, Zulqarni N, Batra S, Bayir H, Shah M, P Lincoln. Compliance with Group B Streptococcal Disease Prevention Guidelines. J Maternal and Child Nursing,Vol 26, 6:313-319
(5)M.Duane, Chandran L, Morelli P. Recurrent supraventricular tachycardia as a complication of nebulized albuterol treatment: Clinical Pediatrics- Vol 39, 11:673-77
(6)Chandran L., Navaie-Waliser M., Sumandh A., Downs T., LaGamma EF. - Maternal Education: An alternative Strategy for ensuring safety with early newborn discharge: J. Perinatal Education. 1997;6(1): 1-12.
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