About Dr. Shah
Sachin N. Shah, M.D. is a board certified neurosurgeon and Chief of Neurosurgery at Mercy Medical Center who specializes in spinal surgeries. He performs complex and revision spinal surgeries to treat painful degenerative conditions of the spine, adult scoliosis, spinal deformities, spinal instability and fractures, spinal cord tumors and malformations.
Dr. Shah has a specific interest in treating brain and spinal tumors using minimally invasive techniques for faster recovery. He treats tumors of the brain and spine with stereotactic radiosurgery as well.
Dr. Shah received his BS in chemistry with honors from the University of Florida. While there he was awarded the Anderson scholar award for leadership, academic excellence and highest distinction, and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Miami in Miami Florida. Dr. Shah then completed his internship and residency in Neurological Surgery from Emory University in Atlanta Georgia. He completed his spine fellowship from the University of Miami.
He has written numerous articles and book chapters and presented extensively. Dr. Shah is a member of the American Association of neurological surgeons (AANS), Congress of neurological surgeons (CNS) and the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin. He also speaks fluent Hindi and Gujarati.
In 2020, he was selected as a Castle Connolly top doctor. Being selected the Chief of Neurosurgery at Mercy Hospital, he not only enjoys taking care of his patients but more importantly understands that every person deserves to be treated with warmth and compassion.
Mercy Medical Center1000 North Village Ave, Rockville Centre, NY 11571
Mount Sinai South Nassau HospitalOne Healthy Way, Oceanside, NY 11572
Huntington Hospital270 Park Avenue, Huntington, NY 11743
NYU Winthrop Hospital259 First Street, Mineola, NY 11501
St. Francis Hospital100 Port Washington Blvd, Roslyn, NY 11576
Plainview Hospital888 Old Country Road, Plainview, NY 11803