Justin Isaac Weiner, DO

Justin Isaac Weiner, DO

Specialty: Pulmonology
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Locations
Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine - Lake Success

1 Dakota Drive Suite 220
Lake Success, NY 11042

1-516-608-2890
  • About
  • Education & Training
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  • Publications
About Provider Justin Isaac Weiner, DO:

Justin Weiner, DO, FACP is Board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Critical Care. Dr. Weiner has been an instructor for the ACCP critical care ultrasound courses. Dr. Weiner has been published in such journals as Resuscitation, the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, and the Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia. His focus of care includes pulmonary nodules, lung cancer, COPD and asthma. Dr. Weiner believes that ’My job is to ensure that my patients have the best possible care and the best possible knowledge in order to stay healthy.’

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Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
Gender: Male
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Awards & Recognitions:
  • Fellow of American College of Physicians
Training:
  • Medical Education
    • New York College of Osteopathic Medicine: 2007
  • Fellowship
    • Beth Israel Medical Center (New York, NY)
  • Board Certifications
    • American Board of Internal Medicine
    • American Board of Internal Medicine-Pulmonary
    • American Board of Internal Medicine-Critical Care
Hospital Affiliations:
  • Northwell- North Shore University Hospital
  • Northwell- Long Island Jewish Hospital
Professional Affiliations:
  • Member of American College of Chest Physicians

1. Weiner J, Chandak T, Caperna A, Malieckal D, Xu W, Reder I, Shah R. Diffuse Talc Granulomatosis in a Patient with Crohn’s Disease. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2012 Oct;186(7):e11.

2. Kory P, Weiner J, Mathew JP, Fukunaga M, Palmero V, Singh B, Haimowitz S, Clark ET, Fischer A, Mayo PH. A rapid, safe, and low-cost technique for the induction of mild therapeutic hypothermia in post-cardiac arrest patients. Resuscitation. 2011 Jan;82(1):15-20.

3. Augoustides JG, Pochettino AP, Ochroch EA, Cowie D, Weiner J, Gambone AJ, Pinchasik D, Bavaria JE, Jobes DR. Renal Dysfunction after Thoracic Aortic Surgery Requiring Deep Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest: definition, incidence, and clinical predictors. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 20(5):673-7, 2006 Oct.

4. Augoustides JG, Pochettino AP, Ochroch EA, Cowie D, McGarvey ML, Weiner J, Gambone AJ, Pinchasik D, Cheung AT, Bavaria JE. Clinical Predictors for Prolonged Intensive Care Unit Stay in Adults Undergoing Thoracic Aortic Surgery Requiring Deep Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 20(1):8-13, 2006 Feb.

5. Augoustides JG, Floyd TF, McGarvey ML, Ochroch EA, Pochettino A, Fulford S, Gambone AJ, Weiner J, Raman S, Savino JS, Bavaria JE, Jobes DR. Major clinical outcomes in adults undergoing thoracic aortic surgery requiring deep hypothermic circulatory arrest: quantification of organ-based perioperative outcome and detection of opportunities for perioperative intervention. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 19(4):446-52, 2005 Aug.