Nolan Tzou, MD

Nolan Tzou, MD
Huntington Center for Pain Treatment 775 Park Avenue, Suite 340 Huntington, NY 11743

Nolan Tzou, MD

Nolan Tzou, MD practices as an Anesthesiologist in Huntington, NY.Nolan Tzou, MD graduated from University of Maryland at Baltimore M.D. - 1990 - Baltimore, MD and has been practicing since 1999.
Years In Practice 19
Primary Specialty


Education University of Maryland at Baltimore M.D. - 1990 - Baltimore, MD
- Residency in Anesthesiology
- Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
- Pain Management Fellowship
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
- Intership in Internal Medicine
- Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC
- University of Maryland at Baltimore
M.D. - 1990 - Baltimore, MD
- University of Maryland Eastern Shore
B.S. - 1986 - Princess Anne, MD
Summa Cum Laude, Phi Kappa Phi Society, Alpha Kappa Mu Society
Affiliations Huntington Hospital
Certification - Diplomate American Board of Aneshesiology with Added Qualifications in Pain Management
- Certificate in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Basic Support

Services Nolan Tzou, MD provides Anesthesiologist services in Huntington, NY. An Anesthesiologist administers anesthesia for pain relief during procedures, surgical and non-surgical.

Please call Huntington Center for Pain Treatment at (631) 629-4770 to schedule an appointment in Huntington, NY or get more information.
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I concur with another reviewer on the subject of a staff too young whom have not developed empathy for the patients and their illnesses. NONE of them have experience answering/conversing on the phone professionally and politely; i.e., when a call is made to either Long Island location, the girls answer the phone with a simple hello that which is off-putting, especially for new patients (like I was not too long ago) because you wonder if you dialed the right number. I'm about their average age (Millennials) and even *I* know the correct form of telephonic communication. It should be/go like this:

"Receptionist" - Hello, Dr. Tzou's office. My name is Common Courtesy. How can I help you today?


"Receptionist" - Long Island Pain Management, this is Common Courtesy speaking, how may I be of service?

The office girls come off like they're too good to *have* to deal with patients or work with patients to get pre-authorizations on procedures/meds. Especially Erica and Elizabeth (office manager)
Almost all the staff are young and not as compassionate as you would expect staff to be in a field which deals with pain. (this I heard from older nurses at a local Hospital which proved to be accurate).
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