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Dr. Daniel Rosen, MD

Dr. Daniel Rosen, MD

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WHEN YOUR APPOINTMENT IS CONFIRMED PLEASE CHECK YOUR VOICEMAIL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. Dr. Daniel Rosen treats adults with any psychiatric condition. Major credit cards accepted. Dr. Daniel Rosen does not accept insurance directly as payment. Payment for services is collected at the time of your appointment. Dr. Rosen will provide each patient with a properly coded bill, that may be submitted to your insurance provider, to obtain the maximum allowable reimbursement your insurance carrier allows. BIOGRAPHY Education Doctor Daniel Rosen has been a Board Certified Psychiatrist by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology for over 20 years. He has also been recognized as a Psychiatrist by the Israel Ministry of Health. Doctor Rosen graduated from medical school in Paris. He completed his psychiatry residency at Yale University, where he was Chief Resident. Faculty appointments Doctor Rosen joined the faculty at Yale University, and then at NYU until 2011. Doctor Rosen is currently Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College where he has been part of the faculty since 2011. Clinical expertise Psychopharmacology (Anxiety, mood, psychosis, personality disorder), Psychotherapy (Eclectic approach), Young Adults, Geriatrics, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual concerns, Transcultural, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Forensic. Doctor Rosen has been Inpatient Unit Chief at NewYork Presbyterian since 2011. He has a broad and extensive clinical experience in psychiatry, in different settings: outpatient, emergency room, and inpatient. Research & Publications Doctor Rosen has studied the interface of culture and psychiatry. Within his p