At Staten Island Rheumatology & Arthritis, we are dedicated to providing expert care with compassion and respect. We understand that rheumatological issues can affect every aspect of a patient's life - emotional health, financial stability, family relationships and time management. That's why we are committed to providing service that meets the medical, emotional and practical needs of our patients. Our team of health care professionals will support you every step of the way and is committed to providing you with the care you deserve.
About Our Physicians
Dr. Maryann Lee is a board certified Rheumatologist who has been serving the Staten Island community since 2008. She is dedicated to caring for patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Gout, Osteoarthritis, Sjogrens disease and other Rheumatologic conditions. She also holds staff privileges at Staten Island University Hospital which includes resident teaching and treating patients at the hospital's outpatient Arthritis clinic and for the inpatient consultation service. She is a graduate of Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania and attended medical school at UMDNJ-Newark which is now affiliated with Rutgers University. She served Internal Medicine residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospitals systems in New Brunswick and Princeton, NJ and completed her Rheumatology Fellowship at Albert-Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY. She is a proud native of New York and New Jersey and loves providing excellent care for the people of these communities.
Mark Goldstein has spent the majority of his life in the New York Metropoitan area. He was born in Flushing ,New York and spent his early youth in Plainview, New York. He attended junior and high School in Rockville, Maryland. He graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with a BA and went to New York Medical College where he graduated in 1979. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center,afterward served a two year Public Health Service commitment in Bronx , New York at the Comprehensive Family Care Center. He completed his Rheumatology Fellowship at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
He has spent the last 28 years in Staten Island practicing Rheumatology, and has been the Director of Rheumatology at Staten Island University Hospital for the last 15 years.
“ I greatly enjoy Rheumatology and feel my 28 years of practice in this area has developed a high level of expertise in the field so that
we deliver precision diagnosis and treatment of unusual diseases as well as a familiarity with Staten Islanders and compassion for how their diseases affect them. I feel that the Doctor –Patient interaction is often undervalued by professionals and is often a key component of our caregiving. “