Sentinel Node Biopsy,
Breast Cancer Treatment In The Elderly,
Breast Cancer Treatment without Mastectomy,
Nonsurgical treatment of Breast Cancer
Brown University 1973-1977
Mount Sinai Medical Center 1977-1982 Surgery.
Dr. Paul Tartter graduated in 1977 from Brown University School of Medicine in Providence Rhode Island. He did his residency at the equally renowned Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, completing his training in 1982. He continued at Mount Sinai as Instructor in surgery and became certified by the American College of Surgeons. In 1984 he was promoted to Assistant Professor and in 1989 he became the Chief of the Breast Service and was promoted to Associate Professor. Dr. Tartter has been featured in “The Best Doctors in New York” annual issue of New York
Magazine every year from 1991 to the present. He is also listed in Who’s Who in America, Top Doctors in America, and America’s Top Doctors for Cancer.
Dr. Tartter acquired prestige and popularity, not only for his skills as a surgeon, but as a productive scholar, having published over 100 studies in peer reviewed medical journals.
In 1999 Dr. Tartter joined the Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center at Mount Sinai St Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center as Senior Surgeon with an academic appointment as Associate Professor at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University.
Due to his international recognition, he is referred patients from different countries such as Greece, Spain, France, Great Britain, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.