Robin DaCosta, MD is board-certified in internal medicine with over twenty years of experience.
A Long Island native, Dr. DaCosta attended Stony Brook University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology. In 1989, she graduated with her Doctor of Medicine at New York University School of Medicine. She then completed her Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Stony Brook University.
Her medical career has taken her to rural Kentucky, providing medical care in a physician shortage area. She has also practiced in Tennessee before returning back to Long Island. After 9/11, she had the privilege to participate in the World Trade Center Medical Monitoring Program where she evaluated and treated those who heroically worked at the World Trade Center site.
She is affiliated with University Hospital at Stony Brook and Saint Catherine of Siena Medical Center. Dr. DaCosta is a member of the American College of Physicians, American Medical Association, and a recipient of the Five Star Internist “Patient’s Choice Award.”
Since 2004, she has worked as an Internal Medicine physician on Long Island where she was able to treat the same patients and their families for almost two decades. Prior to joining NY Health, Dr. DaCosta practiced at Island Medical Care.
University Hospital at Stony Brook
Saint Catherine of Siena Medical Center.
Education & Training
Residency: Stony Brook University
Medical School: New York University School of Medicine
College: Stony Brook University