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Michelle Mayer, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Michelle Mayer joined Chestnut Ridge Pediatrics in 2004. She received her B.S. from Binghamton University and her M.D. from SUNY Downstate. She completed her residency in pediatrics at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. She is board certified in Pediatrics, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Medical Society. She is an Attending Physician at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood.

Dr. Mayer lives in Woodcliff Lake with her husband, Marc and three children, Alexis, Josh and Sophie. She enjoys living and working in the same community, and loves bumping into her patients everywhere from school events to the grocery store! She is an active part of the Woodcliff Lake community, having served on the board of the Parent Faculty Association for the Woodcliff Lake Schools, and currently serves as the school physician for the Pascack Valley Regional High School District.  She is also on the Board of the Tri-Boro Volunteer Ambulance Corps which serves Montvale, Park Ridge and Woodcliff Lake. In her free time Dr. Mayer and her family enjoy hiking, swimming and skiing. She is a proud softball mom, theater mom and dance mom!

Dr. Mayer is a general pediatrician trained to treat all children.  Her special areas of interest include treating kids with obesity or weight concerns, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and behavior problems. Children with weight related health concerns require a gentle and understanding physician who can encourage healthy habits, teach patients and their families how to live healthier lives and monitor for and treat the medical issues caused by being overweight or obese. For patients with ADHD, school problems or behavior issues, Dr. Mayer will work with parents to ensure that their children, adolescents and teens can be successful in school and in life. This often requires an individualized approach, which may or may not include medication, but will always include working together with the patient, the parents, and the school.