Rita E. Landman, MD, FACE
60 Goldens Bridge Road, Katonah, NY 10536
Fax (914) 232-3755
Suite 204 666 Lexington Avenue, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Phone: (914) 666-4742
Fax: (914) 666-4850, (888) 760-9061
Specialty Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Clinical Focus General Endocrinology, Diabetes, Thyroid
Disease, Osteoporosis, Women's Health
Hospital Affiliation Northern Westchester Hospital
Education MD – New York University School of Medicine
Residency New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center;
Chief Residency – New York University Downtown Hospital
Fellowship New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia Presbyterian Center
Board Certification Diabetes and Metabolism – American Board of Endocrinology
Awards & Professional Recognition Top Doctors, Castle
Connolly, 2016; Top Doctor, Westchester, 2017
Professional Membership American Association of Clinical
Endocrinologists; The Endocrine Society; American College
of Physicians; American Medical Association
My goal in my practice as an endocrinologist is to utilize my medical education and my more than 15 years of clinical experience in endocrinology to help my patients.
Some individuals have specific goals: improvement in disease status, reduction of risk and better overall health. Others just want to feel better. Regardless, all patients want and deserve to feel that they are being heard.
When patients prefer a straightforward application of evidence-based medicine, I use traditional methods of diagnosis and treatment. Other patients prefer to hear my recommendations and make their own decisions, and in these cases, my goal is to give them the information that enables them to make the most informed decision. I don’t believe that forcing my patients to follow a specific course of treatment against their will is beneficial, so I try instead to gently convince them what would be best for their health.
I believe that the physician-patient relationship works best when it is open and honest. I hope that all my patients will learn something and also feel better from our interaction.