Emmanuel Valery, MD

Emmanuel Valery, MD

Internal Medicine

Board-Certified: Internal Medicine
MD: University Noreste Medical School, Tampico, Mexico
BS: Long Island University
Member: American Medical Association, Asclepius Medical Society
Languages Spoken: English, Haitian Creole, French, Spanish

Dr. Emmanuel Valery was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and has been in the medical field for close to three decades. Since immigrating to New York after graduating from Noreste University in Mexico in 1986, Dr. Valery completed the prestigious Fifth Pathway program for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and has practiced internal medicine at  many of the best hospitals in the world.

Dr. Valery was a medical director at New York Methodist Hospital and was the CEO of Bedford Medical Group. He has also practiced at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Kings County Hospital and Bronx Lebanon Special Care Center. Dr. Valery is well-known for his extensive medical knowledge and makes sure to personally see each patient. As an immigrant himself, he  dedicates his life and profession to bringing quality medical care to our wonderful community.

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