Manhattan Office

162 E 78th St, New York, NY 10075, USA

(212) 794-2281(212) 794-2281

Dr. Diego Herbstein, MD


New York, NY

In-network insurances:

1199 SEIU Funds, Aetna, Cigna, CoreSource, Elderplan, Emblem Health, Fidelis Care, First Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, GHI, HealthNet, MagnaCare, Medicare, United Healthcare, Oxford, VNSNY, Oscar, Health Republic, MVP Health Care

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Voro score

50% recommended

1 out of 2 patients recommend this doctor after their visit.


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"After practicing Neurology for more years than I can count, I still find going to my office and interacting with my patients an exhilarating and fascinating experience. There is nothing like seeing patients again that are now friends that I have followed for 10 or 20 years and new ones that become challenging and complicated diagnostic dilemmas. The practice of Neurology is a mixture of science, art, intuition and personal experience and that is the source of great personal satisfaction." Dr. Herbstein is a part of NY Neurological Associates. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Because Dr. Herbstein is fluent in English, Spanish, French, and Italian, patients from a variety of backgrounds enjoy having him as their physician. He gives each patient his focused attention, and he prides himself on delivering the best treatment available. He is devoted to ensuring the longevity of his patients’ health and developing long-lasting relationships with them. He takes his time to understand symptoms and give correct diagnoses to ensure the continued health of all his patients.



University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine, MD, 1968


Psychiatry and Neurology


Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1973 (residency)
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 1974 (fellowship)
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How was your experience with the doctor?This practice has absolutely the worst possible patient service function of any we have seen. We have repeatedly been made to wait for important refills and sincerely hope Dr. Herbstein is made aware of these problems. In addition, the desk staff is often rude, curt, ornery, and seem to lack the patience required for a practice heavily catering to elderly patients.