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Samir Trehan
Samir K. Trehan, MD Office

(212) 606-1586

1133 Westchester Avenue White Plains, NY 10601

Samir Trehan

Dr. Samir K. Trehan is an orthopedic surgeon in the Hand & Upper Extremity Service. He specializes in the evaluation and treatment of a wide range of conditions affecting the hand, wrist, forearm and elbow, including fractures, nerve compression syndromes, ligament and tendon injuries, and congenital anomalies. Dr. Trehan and his team are dedicated to delivering the highest quality care for each individual patient in the most compassionate manner and based upon the best scientific evidence.

Dr. Trehan received his undergraduate degree from Harvard. He graduated from medical school at Brown University as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha and Sigma Xi honor societies for his academic and research achievements, respectively.
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Practice Samir K. Trehan, MD
Gender Male
Education Brown
Training Pediatric Hand Surgery, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital, Hand, Upper Extremity & Microvascular Surgery, Washington University in St. Louis, Orthopedic Surgery, Hospital for Special Surgery, General Surgery, New York Presbyerian Hospital - Weill Cornell Medical Center
Accepting New Patients
Year Established 2018
Insurances Accepted Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO HMO POS, Blue Cross Blue Shield Pathway, Cigna, HIP, Connecticare, Oxford, Oxford Medicare, United Healthcare, Medicare, United Healthcare Compass, EmblemHealth Select Care
Degrees Medical Doctor
Admitting Hospitals Hospital for Special Surgery
Languages English
Services Samir Trehan provides surgery in White Plains, NY. The most common types of surgeons are: General, Cardiovascular, Otolaryngology, Neurological, Reconstructive, Neonatal and Orthopedic.

Please call Samir K. Trehan, MD at (212) 606-1586 to schedule an appointment in White Plains, NY or to get more information.
Additional Services Critical Care Surgeon, Pediatrician, Doctor
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