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Seth R. Winkler, MD

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Dr. Seth Winkler attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown PA, graduating as the class valedictorian having obtained somewhat of a celebrity status as the first person to have ever double majored in both Biology and Mathematics and thereafter attending medical school.  While there he tutored his peers and was a research intern at Lehigh Valley Hospital. He graduated Summa Cum Laude and earned numerous honors along the way. He was awarded as the outstanding student in both Mathematics and Biology, was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society, and the Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society.

Dr. Winkler continued his education with medical school training at Drexel Medical College in Philadelphia. Going to Japan in the summer of his first year of Medical school, he tutored formal and conversational English to a Japanese family of four in Osaka. When returning for his fall semester at Drexel, he continued to tutor fellow medical students in the various sciences. He earned his MD degree in 2010.

Residency training was completed at NYU Medical Center, at a most memorable time for him as he and his fellow residents were so deeply involved in the aftermath of the effects of Super Storm Sandy, and its impact upon his institution and their entire community.  His training and clinical skills have given him a broad understanding in diagnosis and management of pediatric diseases and the anticipatory guidance needed by those with whom he treats and counsels.

Dr. Winkler brings to his current practice, along with his brother and father, a deep desire to provide quality pediatric and adolescent care and guidance to his patients and their families.

He is an avid piano player, loving all forms of music.  There is a strong family bond to his brothers, parents and especially to his wife.  He enjoys his various athletic endeavors along with outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, traveling and “World Wonders”.  He takes pleasure in creative writing and enjoys a good game of Scrabble or Bananagrams with family and friends.