About Dr. Satran
A Community Physician
Dr. Satran grew up in Rockland County and graduated from Clarkstown South High School. After graduation from New York Medical College, he completed his pediatric residency at Texas Tech University. He returned to Rockland County in 2002 in order to provide service to children and adolescents in our community.
Dr. Satran feels that a commitment to community service is an important aspect of a physician's involvement with patients. He served as medical director for Camp Homeward Bound, a summer camp for homeless children located in Harriman, NY. In 2009 and 2010, Dr. Satran made medical mission trips to Haiti to administer pediatric care to needy children. He has served on the clinical committee of Nyack Hospital, and on the admissions committee of New York Medical College.
Dr. Satran is a member of the adjunct faculty at New York Medical College and helps to teach medical students. He also trains Nurse Practitioner students for Dominican College. As a school physician for the East Ramapo School District, you can find him tending to injured players during the school football games
Medicine is a changing profession and Dr. Satran makes sure to attend medical lectures and stays current with medical journals and research. He is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health at New York Medical College in order to enhance his community service.
Dr. Satran enjoys playing many sports, but especially loves skiing, tennis and basketball. He is a big proponent of exercise and has completed three marathons and two half-ironman triathlons.