Meet Dr. Talwar
Dr. Talwar is dual Board Certified in Endocrinology and Internal Medicine and has been practicing since 1996. She is Chief of Endocrinology at Northwell Hospital at Plainview. Prior to starting her private practice in Plainview she was an attending physician in Endocrinology at Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, New York. She received her medical degree from Lady Hardinge Medical School, New Delhi, India.
Dr. Talwar is well published in her field. She has experience in conducting clinical research and pharmaceutical trials. She is passionate about mentoring students pursuing a career in health care.
Why Choose Us?
Welcome to Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism NY, P.C.Our staff strives to deliver quality personal healthcare to our patients, families, and primary care physicians. Our on-going mission is to help our patients achieve an optimal state of health utilizing current state of the art facilities in Endocrinology. Give us a call today so that we can help you achieve optimal health.
Explore Dr. Talwar’s Publications
Dr. Talwar is well-published in her field. Her most recent publication outlines the disease process of Diabetes Mellitus. It discusses the fundamentals of disease mechanisms all the way through possible complications of this chronic disease. The book provides a basic road map for patients and their families who have been diagnosed with diabetes. There has been significant advancement in the management of this common disease which has been addressed in this book.
What Our Patients Are Saying
I have been a patient of Dr. Sonia Talwar for over 10 years.
Dr. Talwar and her staff have provided me excellent service. She is always available when personal situations arise. If she cannot speak to me that moment she will call me back within that day.
I have been under Dr. Talwar’s care since 2007, when I was first diagnosed with diabetes.
Due to her guidance and treatment, I am able to lead a healthy, normal life using only oral medications, and watching my diet.
Her entire team is professional and caring. My family and I can’t thank them enough.
As an eighty-one year old grandmother life changed drastically six years ago when I developed Type 1 diabetes, due to a surgical procedure. Fortunately, at this juncture, I was introduced to Dr. Sonia Talwar.
Dr. Talwar has been a constant source of encouragement, support and expertise. She always gives her utmost attention to my concerns, giving me as much time as needed to allay my fears and frustrations in coping with diabetes. With her encouragement and guidance, she guided me in adapting treatment using the insulin pump.
Her patience and kindness has made my life easier in managing this illness, especially since I am a senior and find it difficult in learning all the nuances (of this new technology, for me) related to this illness.