Stephanie Albin Leeds, MD
Allergist and Immunologist
1600 Harrison Avenue, Suite 304, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Phone: (914) 777-1179
Fax: (914) 777-1262
666 Lexington Ave, Suite 204, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Phone: (914) 241-3335
Fax: (914) 666-4850
Specialty Allergy and Immunology
Clinical Focus Food Allergy, Anaphylaxis, Eczema, Chronic
Hives and Swelling, Environmental Allergies, Allergy Shots,
Hospital Affiliation Phelps Hospital
Education MD – University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
Residency Pediatrics – Children’ s Hospital of Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania
Fellowship Allergy and Immunology – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital
Board Certification Pediatrics – American Board of
Pediatrics; Allergy and Immunology – American Board of
Allergy and Immunology
Professional Membership American College of Allergy and
Immunology; American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and
Immunology; New York Allergy and Asthma Society
I believe in comprehensive medical care. This may mean different things to different practitioners. To me, this means not only taking the time to get a complete and full history from a patient, but also gather information about a patient’s environment, beliefs and expectations. It means not just running a battery of tests, but thinking about the specific diagnostics that would be appropriate and best for an individual. It means discussing my medical workup in depth, and whether results are normal or abnormal, because everyone deserves to understand their health history and status. It means answering questions until a patient understands their disease process, monitoring and treatment.
I have found that a careful and detailed history, as told by the patient, can be the most important part of an office visit, so I take the time to make sure a deep discussion happens before I place a stethoscope on a chest or draw blood for a test. I often like to start my discussions with patients by asking open-ended questions to get a general sense of the purpose of the visit, but I always hope that by the end of the appointment, their specific concerns are fully addressed. I often incorporate “patient preference” into my formulating a plan of action, but first and foremost, I make sure this plan is guided by evidence-based medicine.
My job is to diagnose and treat allergic and immunologic diseases, but my goal is to educate and empower patients above all else. I look forward to working with my patients and their families to ensure a healthy and safe pathway toward management of allergies, asthma, eczema and immunodeficiencies.