Meet Dr. Husain
Dr. Syeda Amna Husain is a board-certified pediatrician providing quality pediatric care to children of all ages throughout Marlboro, NJ. She is a strong believer that pediatricians are the cornerstone of helping parents and families raise the next generation and that our children deserve the best care. As such, she is personally committed to delivering meaningful advice and attention to all of her patients and strongly believes in the direct primary care model providing high-quality care to patients.
As a native of the Carolinas, Dr. Husain grew up near Charlotte, NC. She and her husband, a dermatologist, made the decision after her residency to move to his home state of New Jersey. In her free time, she keeps herself busy with an energetic toddler daughter, testing out new recipes, exercising, and always making room for dessert.
Education & Training
Dr. Husain completed undergraduate training at Wofford College in South Carolina before moving back to her home state of North Carolina to complete medical school at East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine. During medical school, Dr. Husain completed additional coursework for a focus on food literacy, nutrition, and health from ECU. She went on to complete her pediatric residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Husain’s dedication to her patients and parents prompted her to complete additional training in breastfeeding and lactation medicine to become an internationally board-certified lactation consultant, or IBCLC.
Skills & Specialties
From early on in her path to becoming a physician, Dr. Husain knew she wanted to work with children. At her private practice in Marlboro, NJ she offers a wide spectrum of services for young children including acute and non-acute sick and well-care visits, physical examinations, minor procedures, and lactation services for mothers. She is not only a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) but also a member of AAP's Section on Breastfeeding and serves the community as a lactation consultant.
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