Pedimedica In The Media


Recent news and newsworthy items…


Dr. Neil Kolsky receives the 2016 Castle Connolly Top Doctors in the New York Metro Area



Dr. Neil Kolsky receives the Castle Connolly Top Doctors 15 Years in a row Award!



Dr. Azzariti & Dr. Kolsky have both been recipients of Inside Jersey Top Docs!






George Azzariti, MD • Rochelle Park
Basil Bruno, MD • Rochelle Park
Neil Kolsky, MD • Teaneck
Lori Rosenberg, DO • Closter
Lonna Yegen, MD • Closter
Congratulations to our Pedimedica doctors who were selected as recipients of the prestigious Castle Connolly award and the New Jersey Family magazine Top Doc award for 2015, voted in by Pedimedica patients! Thank you to all that have supported the doctors throughout the years by demonstrating your appreciation of their care. At Pedimedica, doctors, staff and parents embrace our philosophy to partner with parents in healthcare.
Dr. Azzariti, multi year recipient of New Jersey Family Top Doc and NJ Monthly Magazine Top Doc Award.
Dr. Kolsky, multi year recipient of New Jersey Family Top Doc, 2014 “Inside Jersey” as a Top Doc and 15 consecutive years of the Castle Connolly award.
Dr. Bruno, multi year recipient of New Jersey Family Top Doc
Dr. Yegen 2014 & 2015 recipient of New Jersey Family Top Doc
Lori Rosenberg 2015 recipient New Jersey Family Top Doc

Pedimedica, reaching out, serving the community.


The doctors at Pedimedica not only care for their patient’s health and well being, but really take the time to get to know each patient on a personal level, even when it comes to their academic life! A demonstration of the doctors’ dedication to their patient’s interests is Pedimedica’s participation in a mentorship program supporting students who are interested in furthering their studies in the area of science and healthcare.

Most recently Dr. George Azzariti and Dr. Evelyn Kraut of Pedimedica Rochelle Park, served as mentors to one of their patients, Ivana Panic, a student of the Bergen County Academies. The program was entitled “The Senior Experience”. Ivana’s role was to act as a shadow to the doctors and the medical assistants. The participation was mostly on an observation basis but there were occasions to do a limited amount of “hands-on” assistance. Ivana learned the basics regarding annual physicals, signs and symptoms of common ailments, normal versus abnormal test results, treatments and therapies. It was a great experience for Ivana. Here is what she had to say about the program:

“I would like to thank my mentors for their steady guidance, support and inspiration throughout this memorable experience.” Ivana Panic