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Comprehensive Allergy & Asthma Care

Do not let disorders and dysregulation of the immune system stop you from feeling well, being active and sleeping peacefully through the night.

Our experts can diagnose and design treatment plans to help you feel better. We strive to provide comprehensive care for those coping with sinus problems, allergies, cough or recurrent infections. By integrating state-of-the-art care with a holistic approach, you will emerge from a consultation rejuvenated and feeling better.

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  • Dr. Anne Maitland M.D., Ph.D.

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Monday:

12:00 pm-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:30 am-5:30 pm

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Thursday:

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10:00 am-1:00 pm

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Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Thank you for caring, understanding my issues, listening when no one else did, being so compassionate about people, believing, taking so much time on my challenges, letting me know how far I’ve come."
    Nancy T.
  • "Thank you for caring, understanding my issues, listening when no one else did, being so compassionate about people, believing, taking so much time on my challenges, letting me know how far I’ve come."
    Nancy T.
  • "Allergy doctor recommendation?
    Just another good word for Dr Maitland. We LOVE her --- with her help our daughter no longer coughs at night and is sleeping better. She never rushes you, answers all your questions, and considers alternative approaches as well."
    Sandra
  • "We love Dr. Maitland and how personal and thorough she is."
    Kim
  • "We love Dr. Maitland as well. On our first visit, she spent 2 very thorough hours with our daughter, and has been the first doctor to get her eczema, allergies and asthma under control."
    Molly
  • "We LOVE Dr. Ann Maitland, who is very close by in Tarrytown. She was with the world-famous Mt. Sinai program until the commute cut into her mommy time too much. Her number is 631-3283. Here is her profile from Mt. Sinai."
    Hallie
  • "We LOVE Dr. Ann Maitland, who is very close by in Tarrytown. She was with the world-famous Mt. Sinai program until the commute cut into her mommy time too much. Her number is 631-3283. Here is her profile from Mt. Sinai."
    Hallie