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  • Maya Landan
  • “My dream is that I’ll eventually have the privilege of treating the same families for generations.”

Coming from a big family with younger siblings, I have always loved interacting with children. Experiencing the impact of a few great doctors in my life, guided me to pursue pediatrics. These relationships instilled in me the importance of feeling heard and respected even as a child.

As a pediatrician, I take an individual approach. I love working with families to come up with the best decisions for their kid together. It’s important to know what each family’s values are, what’s important to them, and what their concerns are. As a mother, I understand what they are going through and how hard it can be. Everyone in the world does it, but somehow it’s still the hardest job in the world to be a parent. I want families to know that I’m on their side.

One of the best things about my job is being able to watch a child grow through the years. It’s important to develop a rapport and trust that continues throughout their teens. My dream is that I’ll eventually have the privilege of treating the same families for generations.

Work and Education

Professional Education

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, 05/19/2016

Residency

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 09/08/2019

Board Certifications

Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics