Carolina Ceron-Canas has the following 1 SPECIALTIES
Carolina Ceron-Canas has the following 7 expertise
- ADHD Evaluation & Management
- Autism Evaluation And Treatment
- Immunizations (vaccinations)
- Learning/developmental Disabilities
- Pediatric Care, Preventive Care, General Care And More
- Strep Test
Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2011)
Compassionate Doctor certification is granted to physicians who treat their patients with the utmost kindness. The honor is granted based on a physician's overall and bedside manner scores.
Patients' Choice Award (2011)
Patients' Choice recognition reflects the difference a particular physician has made in the lives of his/her patients. The honor is bestowed to physicians who have received near perfect scores, as voted by patients.
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More about Carolina Ceron-Canas
Dr. Ceron started Ceron Pediatrics and Integrative Medicine in November of 2018. She continues to work with Dr Valerie Miles and Erica Self-Smith as well as other wonderful providers to offer excellence in care. Her philosophy is in keeping with her background and experience in the Medical field and her love of nature and all of the healing benefits it has to offer. Her inspiration comes from her patient relationships, her own parents and family members who offered a unique insight from the medical and agricultural perspectives. Having seen the hard work, dedication and love that is required to maintain a relationship with patients as well as Mother Earth, she understands that there is a unique knowledge and healing that can be acquired from these experiences. This has been a driving force in continually seeking to expand her education. Dr Ceron began her premedical studies with a major in Biology in Hunter College, NYC. In her third year she transferred to her birthplace, Santo Domingo, to the UNPHU - Universidad Nacional Pedro Henriquez Urena, a private national school of the Dominican Republic to join her retired parents. She obtained her degree in medicine in 1986 and worked one year in a family medicine clinic for the Department of Public Health in Santo Domingo to become licensed in that country. During that time she worked in a Family Medicine clinic, emergency room and cared for malnourished children. She was also involved in the UNICEF/ World Health Organizations breastfeeding campaign during the early 1980’s. After marrying, she moved to Long Island, NY where she completed her pediatric training in 1992 at Nassau University Medical Center, an affiliate of Stony Brook University. She went on to complete a chief residency year as a junior staff member involved in resident education and clinical research which was presented to the Nassau Pediatric Society in 1993. She became board certified that same year.