Stephen Sorrentino, M.D.
To me, treating people well means:
Treating people how you would want your family treated. Having seen how both of my parents were treated by different providers is enlightening. The power of a provider not just being good but kind to your family member is incredible. It is a great honor and privilege to be someone's provider. I also try to be kind and understanding to my colleagues. I feel that nurses work incredibly hard and are too often underappreciated.
One thing I can't live without:
My daughter, my everything, of course.
If i wasn't a medical professional, I would be:
I would be making pizza, really good pizza.
Member of BMG Since:
MD from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Biomedical Sciences; Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Albany
Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at North Shore University Hospital, New York School of Medicine
Board Certified in Internal Medicine