Dr. Magdalena Swierczewski was born in Poland and immigrated at a young age with her family to Manhattan, NY, where she has been practicing Aesthetics, Anti-Aging Medicine, and Internal Medicine since 2008.
Dr. Swierczewski completed her undergraduate and graduate education at the State University of New York at Albany, Columbia University NY and New College at Oxford University in England, obtaining a Bachelor of Art Degree in Biology, Bachelor of Art Degree in History, and a Master of Art in Social History.
Dr. Swierczewski completed her Internal Medicine residency at New York University Medical Center. She is Board Certified from ABIM (American Board of Internal Medicine) in Internal Medicine, as well as Board Certified in Aesthetic and Anti-aging Medicine from AAOPM (American Academy of Procedural Medicine). Currently, she is obtaining Board Certification in Functional and Integrative Medicine.
Since finishing residency, Dr. Swierczewski has worked as an Academic/Clinical Hospitalist at Mt. Sinai-St. Luke’s Roosevelt Medical Center in NY, as well as an Internist at Hospital for Special Surgery/Weill Cornell NY, in Perioperative Medicine.
Dr. Swierczewski is also the CEO & founder of ExplorerMD and ExplorerMDproductions, a film company, producing a health travel show. She is involved in several medical societies and philanthropic organizations, as well as writing and illustrating children’s health books. Dr. Swierczewski’s passions include travel, art, illustration, as well as exploring and learning new health, wellness and medical practices from around the globe to incorporate into her practice.
At HealthBridge, Dr. Swierczewski is passionate about providing her patients will a multitude of modalities to help them achieve optimum wellness. In addition to becoming a concierge primary care physician in Great Neck, she was skillfully trained in Dr. Edelson's weight loss program here in Long Island. Since becoming the Director of Aesthetics, she has introduced a cutting edge platelet rich plasma (PRP) hair loss program to patients and the Great Neck community.