Seth Finkelstein, MD  - Gynecologist

Seth Finkelstein, MD

Gynecologist & Urogynecologist located in New York, NY & Brooklyn, NY

About Dr. Finkelstein

Seth Finkelstein, MD provides gynecologic and urogynecologic care for women at Maiden Lane Medical in their Bay Ridge office in Brooklyn.

Dr. Finkelstein is a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology for both general practice and the subspecialty of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. He was recently nominated for membership into the exclusive Society of Gynecologic Surgeons.

Dr. Finkelstein has garnered numerous awards and distinctions for medical excellence and compassion including: Consumer Research Council of America “Top Obstetricians and Gynecologists” (2009, 2012, 2013); Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center “Unsung Hero - for kindness, compassion, and humanitarian efforts” (2010); and a New York State Senate specially-issued Citation for Exemplary Medical Service in Haiti in 2010.

He was lead gynecologist on six separate trips to Haiti with the NOAH charity organization from 2009-2016, during which he provided and supervised both emergency obstetric care and gynecologic surgery to the indigent population in Fort Liberte. Additionally, he devoted himself whenever needed to assist the other volunteer physicians in their performance of general, orthopedic, podiatry, and urologic surgery.

In 2010, he accompanied NOAH’s emergency rescue mission to Port Au Prince as lead gynecologist in the immediate aftermath of the horrific earthquake. In addition to direct patient care duties in his specialty, he helped set up the local field hospital, performed emergency triage, and coordinated communications and patient transfers with nearby international rescue organizations.

Before giving up his obstetrics practice to focus full time on gynecologic surgery, he was noted in 2009 for the unusual coincidence of being the delivering doctor of both of New York City’s New Years’ babies -- the first baby of the calendar year on January 1 and the first baby of the Chinese New Year on January 26.  

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Seth Finkelstein, MD provides gynecologic and urogynecologic care for women at Maiden Lane Medical in their Bay Ridge office in Brooklyn.

Dr. Finkelstein is a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology for both general practice and the subspecialty of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. He was recently nominated for membership into the exclusive Society of Gynecologic Surgeons.

Dr. Finkelstein has garnered numerous awards and distinctions for medical excellence and compassion including: Consumer Research Council of America “Top Obstetricians and Gynecologists” (2009, 2012, 2013); Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center “Unsung Hero - for kindness, compassion, and humanitarian efforts” (2010); and a New York State Senate specially-issued Citation for Exemplary Medical Service in Haiti in 2010.

He was lead gynecologist on six separate trips to Haiti with the NOAH charity organization from 2009-2016, during which he provided and supervised both emergency obstetric care and gynecologic surgery to the indigent population in Fort Liberte. Additionally, he devoted himself whenever needed to assist the other volunteer physicians in their performance of general, orthopedic, podiatry, and urologic surgery.

In 2010, he accompanied NOAH’s emergency rescue mission to Port Au Prince as lead gynecologist in the immediate aftermath of the horrific earthquake. In addition to direct patient care duties in his specialty, he helped set up the local field hospital, performed emergency triage, and coordinated communications and patient transfers with nearby international rescue organizations.

Before giving up his obstetrics practice to focus full time on gynecologic surgery, he was noted in 2009 for the unusual coincidence of being the delivering doctor of both of New York City’s New Years’ babies -- the first baby of the calendar year on January 1 and the first baby of the Chinese New Year on January 26.  

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