Dr. Craig GrobmanREAD MORE

Dr. Craig Grobman is a native New Yorker born and raised on Long Island. He completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo followed by a drastic climate change when he attended medical school at the Midwestern University Glendale Arizona Campus. In preparation for returning and settling back home on Long Island, Dr. Grobman completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, NY and is board certified in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Grobman has been a physician at Advanced Internal Medicine Group, PC since 2005 and has subsequently joined in partnership. His focus is on outpatient primary and preventative care but is fluent as well in inpatient hospital care.

In 2015, Dr. Grobman recognized the need for medical care to be delivered to patients at home who have not been able to get out to their physicians office or those who have revolved between the hospital and rehab setting, home and back to the hospital without reaching their physicians office. This sparked the development of AIM House Calls, a segment of Advanced Internal Medicine Group, PC that brings our diagnostic and treatment expertise to those at home who are in need. Dr. Grobman currently serves as its principle medical director.

Recently, Dr. Grobman’s focus on the entirety of his patients’ health has influenced him to developed a niche in weight management. The emergence of AIM Weight Management evolved out of his general medical practice and now has become an entity under the Advanced Internal Medicine Group, PC. The education, treatment and collaboration with patients on a regular basis thorough traditional office visits and now through the advances of telemedicine enables AIM Weight Management to be a successful solution to the needs of many patients with varying obstacles.

Dr. Grobman views his practice as a fulfilling, relationship building, and rewarding daily experience.

In his free time, Dr. Grobman enjoys spending time with his family and helps to coach his three boys in baseball, basketball and football.