Dr. Andrew Mastanduono is currently an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell Health. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Fordham University with a major in Biological Sciences and a minor in Music. After graduation, Dr. Mastanduono studied medicine at Stony Brook University School of Medicine.
Dr. Mastanduono completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City. While in residency, he spent much of his time dedicated to educating medical students through conferences and simulation sessions and workshops, as well as serving on the Residency Education Committee and House Staff Committee representing Emergency Medicine for all three years. Upon graduation from residency, the MSBI ED awarded Dr. Mastanduono the Barbara Ann Carol Award for excellence in medical care and compassion towards patients and their families.
After graduation, Dr. Mastanduono joined Northwell Health as clinical staff and faculty at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and Huntington Hospital. He became actively involved in the Emergency Medicine Residency, lecturing residents and teaching simulation sessions. In 2018, Dr. Mastanduono was awarded the Faculty Teacher of the Year Award by the Northwell Emergency Medicine Residency at LIJ/North Shore. During his time at Northwell, Dr. Mastanduono has also served on the Heart Failure Task Force to decrease hospital admissions for heart failure as well as the Performance Improvement Committee at LIJ. Dr. Mastanduono is also an Assistant Professor at the Hofstra School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies where he serves as a preceptor for NP students. His research interests lie mainly in Medical Education, ED Efficiency, and Medical Communication.
Dr. Mastanduono is a native Long Islander, avid basketball fan, and amateur cook.