Dr. Beth Freedman is a board certified surgeon specializing in the treatment of both benign and malignant breast disorders. She is committed to providing patients with current, up to date techniques and individualized treatment plans.
Dr. Freedman attended the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated cum laude in Spanish language and literature. She attended New York Medical College, and did her general surgery residency at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt. Dr. Freedman was then accepted into the prestigious combined breast surgery fellowship at Beth Israel Medical Center and Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, where she specialized in breast surgery. She practiced at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center for several years before joining Mount Kisco Medical Group.
Dr. Freedman is committed to offering her patients a warm, individualized experience in her practice. She includes the patient and family members in decision making, and when forming treatment plans. She caters each plan to the individual patient and their specific needs. During patient visits, Dr. Freedman performs ultrasounds and biopsies in the office, when indicated. She gets results within days, and is able to bring resolution to anxious patients within a short period of time.
In addition, cancer support services and activities for patients undergoing treatment, as well as survivors, are offered to her patients. These include genetic counseling and testing, psychiatric services, cancer support groups, a survivor clinic, as well as nutrition and yoga classes.
Dr. Freedman’s research in the areas of MRI use for breast cancer, breast conservation and margin status, and occult breast cancer have been presented at national conferences.
Undergraduate & Graduate
University of Pennsylvania: 2001
New York Medical College: 2006
St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center
Breast Surgical Oncology
Beth Israel Medical Center/St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center
American Board of Surgery
Northern Westchester Hospital