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- NYU Winthrop Hospital Names Brian F. Gilchrist, MD, FACS, Chief of Pediatric Surgery
- June 19, 2018
- Brian F. Gilchrist, MD, FACS, Chief of Pediatric Surgery
Mineola, NY — NYU Winthrop Hospital is pleased to announce that Brooklyn resident, Brian F. Gilchrist, MD, FACS, has been named Chief of Pediatric Surgery.
Dr. Gilchrist brings with him more than 20 years of experience performing general and highly specialized pediatric surgery. He is Board Certified in Surgery with an additional Special Competence in Pediatric Surgery. Dr. Gilchrist is among the most skilled of pediatric surgeons with a wide area of knowledge and specialized expertise, including in transplantation surgery. His range of capabilities extends to treating pediatric conditions ranging from gastrointestinal tract and abdominal wall diseases to various pediatric thoracic and neck conditions, and much more.
"We are pleased to welcome Dr. Gilchrist to the team of stellar surgeons at NYU Winthrop," said Collin Brathwaite, MD, Chairman of Surgery at NYU Winthrop. "As we continue to raise the bar for pediatric surgical services, Dr. Gilchrist is a welcome addition to the Department. Many patients and families have already benefitted from the highly specialized and lifesaving care he provides and we know many more lives will be impacted in the days and weeks to come."
Dr. Gilchrist is a graduate of Tufts Medical School. He completed his residency at Brown University/Hasbro Children’s Hospital. In addition, Dr. Gilchrist completed a Fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at St. Jude's Children's Hospital as well as a Transplantation Fellowship at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Gilchrist headed the Boston Floating Hospital for Children, a full-service pediatric hospital servicing newborn infants to young adults, and served as a combat surgeon with the 311th Evacuation Hospital during the Persian Gulf War. He comes to NYU Winthrop from Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, where he most recently served as Chairman of Surgery.
In addition to the outstanding pediatric surgical services he provides, Dr. Gilchrist is committed to working with medical students, residents, and fellows in both an advisor and hands-on teaching capacity to enhance learning experiences.
Dr. Gilchrist is available for consultations in his office at 120 Mineola Blvd, Suite 210 in Mineola and will soon begin to see patients in Huntington as well. For more information, call 516-663-4600.