Doctor Seth Gordon is a board certified pediatrician. He grew up on Manhattan's Upper East Side. There he attended All Souls and Park Avenue Synagogue. He continued his education at Horace Mann, Yale University, and NY Downstate Medical Center. He trained at Schneider Children's Hospital, at Long Island Jewish, ranked one of the best children's hospitals in the country by Child Magazine. He is on staff at Cornell, Lenox Hill, Mount Sinai and NYU Hospitals. Doctor Gordon has been a practicing physician in Manhattan/Long Island since 2001. In addition to founding and running Pediatrics to Go, the country's only 24/7 pediatric housecall service, Doctor Gordon maintains an office-based practice in Greenwich Village. His work has been published by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Prior to becoming a physician, Doctor Gordon was a nationally ranked tennis player who played at Yale and professionally. When he is not seeing patients, Doctor Gordon can still be found on the tennis court, but you are more likely to spot him biking or jogging on the back roads in the Hamptons and playing with his young son.