Dr Steven Gruenstein is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, in Hematology and Medical Oncology, at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He is an Attending Physician both at Mount Sinai and Lenox Hill.
Dr Gruenstein completed his sub specialty training at Beth Israel Hospital after which he became board certified in Medical Oncology, Hematology and earlier in Internal Medicine. He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the American Society of Hematology, American Society of Breast Diseases among others.
Dr Gruenstein is recognized throughout the NY Metropolitan as an outstanding clinical Hematologist/Oncologist dedicated to his patients’ wellbeing. He is their advocate. He is also known for kindness and compassion which is evident immediately upon meeting him. He has been honored with citations in New York Magazine’s Best Doctor’s, Castle Connelly’s Best Doctors in US and NY, Patients’ Choice and Compassionate Doctor’s Awards. He has been described, interviewed and quoted in books, magazines and newspapers. He has published extensively in his field.
Dr. Gruenstein is especially interested in hematological malignancies, benign hematology and solid tumors especially gastrointestinal, genitourinary and breast cancer. He treats other cancers as well, and is an expert in benign hematology. He teaches at both Mount Sinai and Lenox Hill, lecturing on many topics, directing tumor boards and serving on various hospital administrative boards.
For patients seeking more time and personalized attention, Dr Gruenstein offers a special Concierge Service.
Credentials: M.D. Education & Training FACP: Beth Israel Medical Center Residency: Metropolitan Hospital Center Medical School: University of Genoa College: Yeshiva University