New York Health Welcomes Dr. Denise Abselet in Mount Sinai Office

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Dr. Denise Abselet

New York Health (NYHealth) has announced that board-certified internal medicine physician and geriatrician Denise Abselet, DO, has joined its team of physicians. She will be practicing at 701 Route 25A, Suite 2, Mount Sinai, NY 11766.

Dr. Abselet has more than 20 years of primary care experience and specializes in geriatric medicine and healthy living for older adults. Growing up, Abselet spent a lot of time with her grandparents, helping them age. She especially loves the geriatric population for their wisdom and life experiences. Abselet was inspired to go into primary care to be a team with her patients and their families.

Abselet was born and raised on Long Island. She attended Stony Brook University and received a bachelor of arts degree in 1987. She received her medical degree at Des Moines University, graduating with honors in 1991, and was elected to the National Osteopathic Honor Society, Sigma Sigma Phi. 

Abselet is a diplomate of the National Board Of Osteopathic Medical Examiners. She completed a one-year rotating internship at Massapequa General Hospital and then completed a three-year residency at NYU Winthrop Hospital.  

Trust and open communication is an essential aspect of Abselet’s approach to care. She truly listens to her patients’ concerns. “They choose to come to me for advice and trust me with their lives, so I strive every day to be the best physician I can to provide comfort and reassurance,” Abselet said.

She is excited about delivering excellent care in a culture that prioritizes commitment, respect, communication, and acceptance with NY Health’s multi-specialty team of physicians. 

To make an appointment with Dr. Abselet, call 631-403-2364. For more information, visit nyhealth.com.

-New York Health

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