Internist Associates of CNY provides the highest quality patient care

For more than 40 years, the central mission of the Internist Associates of Central New York has been to provide quality internal medicine and related services to their patients in a courteous, professional and efficient manner.

Highly personalized care

IACNY offers adult primary care (internal medicine) and other specialties including podiatry, pulmonology and endocrinology. In-house services include diabetes education, geriatric care, laboratory, osteoporosis center, radiology, research and sleep services. IACNY’s staff of more than 120 works to serve more than 30,000 patients a year.

Although that may seem like a large number of patients, the level of service received at IACNY’s Syracuse and Manlius locations is second to none, according to IACNY Practice Manager Kimberly Sullivan-Dec, MPH.

“Many times, at other practices, patients wait for a long time and end up only spending a few minutes with their physician,” Sullivan-Dec said. “That doesn’t happen here. Our patients receive highly individualized care with a very distinct focus on the relationship between the physician, the patient and their family.”

the 15 primary care physicians, along with the three specialists and five nurse practitioners, at the two locations are “some of the best in the community,” Sullivan-Dec said.

“They are a very stable group of primary care physicians that, with the exception of our two newest hires, have been with the practice for 10 years or more,” she said. “Some of them have been [at IACNY] since its inception.”

Two physicians join the team

The two newest primary care physicians, Dr. Naile Barzaga Hazrati and Dr. Jane Hudson, bring extensive experience to IACNY.

Dr. Barzaga Hazrati worked at Finger Lakes Medical Associates in Geneva and most recently in private practice in New Jersey. She formerly served as diabetes care coordinator for Northeast Valley Health Corp. in Los Angeles. Dr. Barzaga Hazrati practices out of IACNY’s Syracuse location.

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