Steven Weisholtz, MD
Infectious Disease & Internal Medicine
|Steven Weisholtz, MD|
Dr. Steven J. Weisholtz graduated from Brown University Magna Cum Laude and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and then did a medical residency and fellowship in infectious diseases at The New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center. He spent two years in the lab of Dr. Alexander Tomasz at Rockefeller University, where he engaged in basic microbiological research and authored several articles.
He has been honored numerous times as one of New York and New Jersey Magazines "Top Doctors" as well as in annual listings in Castle and Connolly’s Top Doctors for the New York Metropolitan area. He has also been named a Compassionate Physician by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation.
He has been an active leader in the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, serving as Chief of the Infectious Disease division for many years and also spearheading infection control policies and antibiotic utilization. He has also served as president of the medical staff and on the executive board of the hospital.
He maintains an active internal medicine and consultative infectious disease practice with a special interest in HIV, chronic viral hepatitis, osteomyelitis and difficult diagnostic problems.