For more than a decade, Dr. William Boxer has been serving patients with joint and bone ailments in his hometown of New York City. With a focus on internal medicine, Dr. Boxer utilizes his expertise in areas such as joint injections, infusion medicine, diabetes, and smoking cessation. He also applies his training and education to perform home sleep studies, hearing tests, pulmonary function tests, and nerve conduction tests. Currently serving as Director of Internal Medicine and Osteoporosis at the Joint Pain Center of New York, Dr. William Boxer’s overall focus on joint treatment has earned him respect as a leading physician who is sought after by patients and other physicians seeking his guidance.
A board-certified physician licensed in New York, Dr. William Boxer maintains his skills through his private practice and affiliations with multiple hospitals. He is an attending physician at Lenox Hill Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital, and Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. Dr. Boxer demonstrates his dedication to the future of health professions through his work with the next generation of physicians as a Clinical Instructor in Medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital.
Dr. William Boxer prepared for his career in internal medicine with a Bachelor of Arts in Biopsychology at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. Dr. Boxer continued his education at SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, in New York, graduating with a Doctor of Medicine in the top 25 percent of his class before completing an internship and residency at Boston University Medical Center.
After completing his residency, Dr. William Boxer joined Dr. Jay Adlersberg at the Joint Pain Center of New York, becoming a full partner in just six months. Since then, Dr. Boxer has served as an active member of the professional health care community. He maintains professional membership with the American Medical Association, New York County Medical Society, and the American College of Physicians. In honor of his dedication and contributions to his field, he was elected a Fellow of the American College of Physicians in 2010. He annually attends the American College of Physicians' nationwide internal medicine meeting.