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About Dr Randy D'amico MD
DrRandy D'amico, MD is a health care provider primarily located in New York, NY. Their specialties include Neurosurgery.
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Randy D'Amico, MD, joined Northwell Health's Lenox Hill Hospital in 2019 as a neurosurgeon specializing in skull base and endoscopic procedures. He treats brain and spinal cord tumors using the latest technologies. These include fluorescence-guided resection, which helps surgeons better visualize a tumor within the brain and remove it without damaging surrounding tissue; and advanced neuromonitoring and brain mapping for awake brain and spinal cord surgery. He also uses highly targeted, minimally invasive radiosurgery to treat brain tumors."Medicine has been a passion since I was young," Dr. D'Amico says. "I think the best part of being a doctor is that you get to help not just patients, but also their loved ones. It's never just one person that you're treating-you're caring for the community that surrounds that person."After graduating from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Dr. D'Amico completed a neurosurgical residency at New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving Medical Center, where he conducted neuro-oncology research in the Bartoli Brain Tumor Laboratory. He received his neuro-oncology fellowship training at Lenox Hill Hospital.Dr. D'Amico values a team approach to care because it ensures that patients are getting second and third opinions about their treatment plans from leading experts in the field of neurosurgery. "We have amazing doctors who continuously push the envelope in terms of what we can offer patients," he says. "We use cutting-edge technologies that result in great outcomes."In addition to caring for patients, Dr. D'Amico is assistant professor of neurosurgery at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell and hosts Tumor Talk, a webinar series on the latest research published in the Journal of Neuro-Oncology. He is also a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons joint section, a group that focuses on the latest developments within subspecialties of neurosurgery. His research interests include fluorescence-guided resection and brachytherapy, the targeted placement of radiation therapy to treat brain metastases."Overall, neurosurgery is a young field," Dr. D'Amico says. "At Lenox Hill, we're continuously advancing treatment, which means that we're contributing not only to our patient care, but also to the way neurosurgery is performed nationally and internationally."