(631) 444-KIDS (5437)
- Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Division Chief, Pediatric Endocrinology
THOMAS A WILSON MD
(631) 444-KIDS (5437)
- AFFINITY HEALTH PLAN
- BEECH STREET
- CIGNA GREAT WEST HEALTHCARE
- CIGNA HMO
- CIGNA PPO
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE HMO
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE OTHER PLANS
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE PPO
- EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE SENIOR PLAN
- FIDELIS CARE NEW YORK
- GHI CBP
- GHI HMO
- ISLAND GROUP ADMINISTRATION
- MULTIPLAN PHCS
- MULTIPLAN SAVILITY
- NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH PLAN
- NO FAULT
- SUFFOLK HEALTH PLAN
- UNITED EMPIRE PLAN (NYSHIP)
- UNITED HEALTHCARE
- UNITED OXFORD FREEDOM PLAN
- US FAMILY HEALTH PLAN
- VYTRA (except SMART START)
- WORKERS COMP
Education & Training
- University of Pennsylvania Medicine, PA
- Pediatrics, Martin Luther King, Jr. General Hospital, CA
Children's Hospital Medical Center, CA
Endocrinology, University of Virginia, VA
Academic & Other
- Year Appointed at
(1) One of the "Doctors of Excellence" featured in the previous and latest edition (2013) of the Castle Connolly Guide, Top Doctors:New York Metro Area.
(2) Selected for inclusion in New York Magazine's Best Doctors 2013 listing
(3) 2002 - New York Magazine: One of New York's Best Physicians
(4) Selected for inclusion in New York Magazine's Best Doctors
(5) 2000 - Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, LI Chapter: Service Award
(6) 1999 - New York Magazine: One of New York's Best Physicians
(7) 1998, 1999 - Medical Student award for outstanding teaching
(8) 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002 -Resident award for outstanding teaching
37 RESEARCH WAY,
(1)Purandare A, Godil M, Prakash D, Parker R, Zerah M, Wilson T. Spontaneous adrenal hemorrhage associated with antiphospholipid antibody in a child. Clinical Pediatrics, June, 2001 P347-350.
(2)Lane AH, Aijaz N, Galvin-Parton P, Lanman J, Mangano R and Wilson TA. Mosaic variegated aneuploidy with growth hormone deficiency and congenital heart defects American J. Medical Genetics 110(3):273-7, 2002.
(3)Purandare A, CoNg L, Godil, M, Ahnn S, Wilson T. Effect of hypothyroidism and its treatment on the IGF sytem in infants and
children. J. Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 16:35-42, 2003.
(4)Aijaz, N, Blanco E, Lane A, Wilson T. Type 1 diabetes mellitus masked by primary adrenal insufficiency in a child with autoimmune polyglandular syndrome type 2. Clinical Pediatrics, 42:75-77, 2003.
(5)Special Editorial: Growth hormone treatment and neoplasia B Coincidence or Consequence; Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society Writing Committee(Sperling MA, Sanger PH, Hintze R, Wilson T, Rose S) J. Clinic Endocrinology and Metabol 87: 5351-5352, 2002.
(6)Wilson, TA, Rose SR, Cohen P, Rogol AD, Backeljauw P, Brown R, Hardin DS, Kemp SF, Lawson M, Radovick S, Rosenthal RM, Silverman L, Speiser P. Update of Guidelines for the Use of Growth Hormone in Children. Journal of Pediatrics Oct. 2003: 415-421.
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