Dyan Hes, MD FAAP
Named a 2013 Top Doctor by New York Magazine, Dr. Dyan Hes is Medical Director of Gramercy Pediatrics in New York City and a Director of the American Board of Obesity Medicine. She is Board Certified in both pediatrics and obesity medicine, and practices both in her New York office. In addition, she serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
Dr. Hes completed her residency in Social Pediatrics at New York’s Albert Einstein School of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center. Prior to founding Gramercy Pediatrics, she maintained a large primary care practice within Park Slope Pediatrics in Brooklyn, New York. . . more
Daniel Wolloch, MD FAAP
Daniel Wolloch earned his MD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. In 1991 he completed his residency at NYU Bellevue. He then spent several years working tirelessly with his son Zachary, who is autistic. Zachary was able to finally attend school, and Dr Wolloch then resumed his medical career, working for the Montefiore Medical Group and culminating in spending the past five-plus years at Pedimedica in Teaneck New Jersey. He was voted one of “NJ’s Favorite docs” in NJ Family Magazine in 2013, and has written several articles for Holy Name Hospital and 201 Family magazines.
“Dr. Dan” has a special interest in Developmental Pediatrics and asthma, and is very experienced in managing medically complex patients. Creating an atmosphere in which fun is combined with excellent care is a cornerstone of his approach to patient care.
He enjoys skiing, pilates, the theater and walking with his wife, Valerie.
Karen Jill Browner-Elhanan, MD FAAP
Dr. KJ Browner-Elhanan is a board-certified pediatrician, with board certification in the subspecialty of Adolescent Medicine. She also completed a fellowship in Community Pediatrics. Dr. KJBE has recently returned to her hometown of New York City from Savannah, Georgia where she was a forerunner of innovative educational programs at Memorial Health University Medical Center and received funding from the March of Dimes for the establishment of the “Teen-Tot Clinic “at Memorial Health University Medical Center.
Dr. KJBE completed a residency in pediatrics, while serving as a pediatric casualty emergency room physician at a large, rural hospital in Israel. During this time Dr. KJBE became acutely aware of disparities in injury rates amongst different socio-economic groups. She began to research injury prevention and was invited to be a research and clinical fellow to the NY Health Fund Project, part of the division of Community Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. During the year-long fellowship, Dr. KJBE’s interested focused further on adolescent injuries and sexual abuse examinations, which lead to a three year fellowship in adolescent medicine at the same institution. Her clinical research interests since then have been in adolescent medicine and risk-taking prevention, with special emphasis on student and resident education for this population. She is an avid educator, researcher, presenter, and publisher in her field. Dr KJBE has a wealth of experience in clinical practice, including development and establishment of community pediatric practices. Gramercy Pediatrics is excited to welcome her as she has been a mentor and colleague to Dr. Dyan Hes for over twenty years.