As a primary care physician, Sina Milani, MD, knows he will be constantly challenged. After all, his patients look to him for answers and it is his job to provide them. But it is also through these personal doctor-patient exchanges that Dr. Milani finds his greatest satisfaction, knowing he is able to help others. He sees his medical career as one that is driven by service and believes that with hard work and commitment he can have a great impact on the lives of others.
Dr. Milani is a life-long learner who credits communication as fundamental to success. Having lived in multiple countries, he believes the experiences and knowledge he’s gained through interactions with diverse people and cultures helps him connect with his patients on a deeper level.
I want my patients to know that I care about their health, will always try to understand their concerns, and will do my best to discuss them openly and with respect.
In 1996, Dr. Milani earned his medical degree from Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in Iran. He then practiced professionally in Iran and Australia before moving to the US, where he initially worked as a research associate studying topics such as post-stroke rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York. In 2017, he completed a residency program in internal medicine at New York’s Richmond University Medical Center.
Outside of the office, Dr. Milani enjoys running, watching track and field competitions, reading, seeing movies and spending time with good friends.
English, Persian, Turkish
Primary Care, Internal Medicine
Tabriz University of Medical Sciences