Dr. Amanda Sergay, MD
Amanda Sergay, MD is a board-certified Dermatologist. After graduating from Emory University, Dr. Sergay earned her medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Sergay completed her medical internship at Lenox Hill Hospital and served as the chief resident during her dermatology residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. Currently, Dr. Sergay has also served as an educator, training resident physicians and medical students at Beth Israel Medical center and New York University on a weekly basis. Dr. Sergay specializes in the practice of adult and pediatric dermatology and dermatologic surgery. In addition to skin cancer evaluations and skin surgery, she treats patients with a wide variety of conditions including acne, rosacea, hair loss, skin allergies, eczema, psoriasis, warts, sun damage, cysts, and excessive sweating. She also provides cosmetic procedures such as Botox, fillers, laser, and chemical peels. Dr. Sergay tailors her treatments to suit the needs of each patient with the use of prescription medications, office procedures, over-the-counter products, and education of optimal skin care. Dr. Sergay is a member of The American Academy of Dermatology and ASDS. She has done extensive research in the field with publications featured in The Journal of the American Academy of Cutis, The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, and The American Journal of Clinical Dermatology. She has authored two book chapters in dermatology textbooks and has lectured at regional and national meetings.
- Anthem Blue Cross
- American Board of Dermatology
Education and training
- Lenox Hill Hospital, Internship in Internal Medicine
- Medical School - University of Miami
- Saint Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Residency in Dermatology
Awards and publications
- Sergay A, Silverberg NB. Divided Café-au-lait Macule of the Mouth. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2007; 56(5 Suppl):S98-9.
- Chief Resident in Dermatology at Saint Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
- Weinberg JM, Tutrone W, Sergay A. Acquired Dermal Melanocytosis. Am J Clin Dermatol. 2007;8(1):59-60.
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