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New Rochelle (3.18 mi)
Yonkers (3.51 mi)
Larchmont (4.25 mi)
Bronx (6.34 mi)
Cresskill (6.64 mi)
White Plains (7.54 mi)
Englewood (7.98 mi)
Bergenfield (8.66 mi)
Rye Brook (9.57 mi)
Valhalla (9.9 mi)
Whitestone (9.95 mi)
Teaneck (10 mi)
Sleepy Hollow (10.28 mi)
Great Neck (10.94 mi)
Glen Cove (11.61 mi)
Hackensack (11.61 mi)
Hillsdale (11.75 mi)
Manhasset (11.91 mi)
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Greenwich (12.25 mi)
Little Ferry (12.45 mi)
Astoria (12.57 mi)
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  • Celia Levitz, MD

    Celia Levitz, MD

    71 Kensington Rd
    Bronxville, NY 10708

Nearby Cities

New Rochelle (3.18 mi)
Yonkers (3.51 mi)
Larchmont (4.25 mi)
Bronx (6.34 mi)
Cresskill (6.64 mi)
White Plains (7.54 mi)
Englewood (7.98 mi)
Bergenfield (8.66 mi)
Rye Brook (9.57 mi)
Valhalla (9.9 mi)
Whitestone (9.95 mi)
Teaneck (10 mi)
Sleepy Hollow (10.28 mi)
Great Neck (10.94 mi)
Glen Cove (11.61 mi)

Geriatrician Info

Geriatrician Summary: A Geriatrician studies the aging process and helps care for elderly patients. A geriatrician is also concerned with treating and preventing dementia. A geriatrician aims to promote the health in older adults by preventing and treating diseases and disabilities. Geriatricians provide individualized care based on the unique needs of the patient and are able to distinguish between diseases and the effects of normal aging. Functional abilities, independence, and quality of life issues are of great concern to geriatricians and their patients.

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What is a

Geriatrician

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A Geriatrician is a professional who studies the aging process. A Geriatrician also studies how to prevent diseases. One of the biggest issues for a Geriatrician is to prevent and treat dementia.

Who should visit a Geriatrician?
Older people who have an increase in health problems should seek help from a Geriatrician.

Where does a Geriatrician work?
A Geriatrician can work in an elderly facility, a hospital, a clinic, or in private practice.

What is the difference between a Geriatrician and a Gerontologist?
A Geriatrician treats and prevents the ill-effects of aging while a Gerontologist simply studies the aging process itself.


Geriatrician Related Terms: aging, geriatrics, elderly, senility, dementia, Alzheimer's, geriatrician