Dr. Zhao is an experienced internist and primary care physician serving the community of Bayside, NY. He has over 10 years of additional expertise in bone and joint diseases. Dr. Zhao is very friendly and thorough, and is committed to providing his patients with an exceptional level of care. He always spends the time to explain the details to his patients, and provides each patient with individualized medical advice.
He serves as an attending physician at the Charles B Wang Community Health Center at New York Hospital Queens, and he has extensive experience in bone and joint diseases.
Dr. Zhao received his medical education at Harbin Medical University. He completed both an internship in internal medicine and a residency in internal medicine at New York Downtown Hospital through the Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and his research has appeared in numerous publications.
Dr. Zhao speaks English and Chinese (Mandarin). He is very friendly, thorough, and dedicated to providing his patients with an exceptional level of care.
Patient Reviews and Recommendations for Dr. Jingbo Zhao, MD
Patient reviewed onJuly 20th, 2015
The doctor was very kind and attentive. Wait time was less than 10 minutes. It was a one-person office with Dr. Zhao doing everything himself, including answering the phones, but the visit was still quicker than any visit I've had at a fully staffed clinic. Highly recommended!
Patient reviewed onMay 28th, 2015
Dr. Zhao has excellent bedside manner, does not rush you and is highly personable on a professional and human level. He took his time addressing every concern that you bring. Convenient location near Northern.
Patient reviewed onApril 27th, 2015
Best experience I've had with a doctor!. He Makes You feel comfortable as soon as you walk in the door, very satisfied and happy
Arsalan Shbbir, Susan DiStasio, Jingbo Zhao, Christopher P. Cardozo, Mary S. Wlff, Avrom J. Caplan (2005) Differential effects of the Organochlorine pesticide DDT and its metabolite p,p’-DDE on p-glycoprotein activity and expression. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 203: 91-98
Zhao W, Wu Y, Zhao J, Go S, Bauman WA, Cardozo CP. Structure and function of the upstream promotor of the human Mafbx gene: the proximal upstream promotor modulates tissue-specificity. J Cell Biochem. 2005 Sep 1;96(1):209-19
Weill Cornell Medical College, Clinical Instructor in Medicine at New York Downtown Hospital