“The relationship of the pediatrician and the new parent is a partnership for the newborn, an unspoken contract to support the growth and development of the child to attain his/her greatest potential. The doctor patient relationship grows with each encounter, from the realization of the young child that the doctor is linked to maintaining good health, the preteen struggles that are shared, the adolescent who can question and confide, to the college age patient who can share their dreams and accomplishments. I am fortunate to be able to serve this role in the lives of my patients and their families as each has enriched my life and continues to do so every day in the practice of medicine.”
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Education & Training:
Undergrad: Fordham University, (Bronx, N.Y.) B.S.,1987
Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, N.Y.) – M.D., 1991
Residency: New York Medical College, Medical Center (Valhalla, N.Y.), 1991-1994.
New York Medical College
Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center
Boston Children’s Health Physicians
National Board of Medical Examiners
American Board of Pediatrics
Dr. Iannotti has spent her entire career working in Westchester County caring for children. After 12 years as the associate chief of pediatrics and pediatric hospital medicine at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, she served as the chief medical officer of the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center in Yonkers, N.Y.
Dr. Iannotti brings 24+ years of pediatric experience and expertise to community practice in Chappaqua, to care for children and their families in a personalized, patient centered medical home environment. Her goal is to provide the highest quality medical care, support health maintenance and disease prevention, and provide education and guidance to parents and patients from newborn care through adolescence and college.
Awards and Honors:
Dr. Iannotti has been recognized numerous times by Westchester Magazine as one of the Top Doctors in the NY Metro Area.
In addition to caring for thousands of children in her career, Dr. Iannotti also conducts clinical and quality improvement research. She is the mother of three and the sister of a special needs adult.