Dr. Cynthia Hoey

Infectious DiseaseFemale24+ years of experience
Dr. Cynthia Hoey is a infectious disease specialist in Huntington, New York. She graduated from New York College of Osteo Medicine of New York Institute of Technology in 1998 and has been in practice for 24+ years.
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Dr. Cynthia Hoey
120 New York Ave
Suite 4W
Huntington, New York 11743


Medical school

Dr. Hoey attended New York College of Osteo Medicine of New York Institute of Technology and graduated in 1998 (24 years ago).

About Me

Dr. Hoey works at Long Island Infectious Disease Associates, LLP, which has 2 other health providers.

Primary specialty
Infectious Disease
Years of experience
24+ years

Hospital Affiliations

Dr. Hoey is affiliated with the following hospitals.

Ns/Lij HS Huntington Hospital

Conditions Treated

As an infectious disease, Dr. Hoey may see patients with the following conditions. Please check with Dr. Hoey what conditions she treats. Dr. Hoey may treat additional conditions not listed.

  • Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  • Anthrax
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Bacterial vaginosis
  • Bloodstream infections
  • Boils
  • Botulism
  • Bronchitis
  • Brucellosis
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Dr. Hoey is a infectious disease specialist.

Infectious Disease

Infectious diseases or ID, also known as infectiology, is a medical specialty dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of infections. An infectious diseases specialist's practice consists of managing nosocomial (healthcare-acquired) infections or community-acquired infections and is historically associated with hygiene, epidemiology, clinical microbiology, travel medicine and tropical medicine.

Infectious diseases specialists typically serve as consultants to other physicians in cases of complex infections, and often manage patients with HIV/AIDS and other forms of immunodeficiency. Although many common infections are treated by physicians without formal expertise in infectious diseases, specialists may be consulted for cases where an infection is difficult to diagnose or manage. They may also be asked to help determine the cause of a fever of unknown origin.

Specialists in infectious diseases can practice both in hospitals (inpatient) and clinics (outpatient). In hospitals, specialists in infectious diseases help ensure the timely diagnosis and treatment of acute infections by recommending the appropriate diagnostic tests to identify the source of the infection and by recommending appropriate management such as prescribing antibiotics to treat bacterial infections. For certain types of infections, involvement of specialists in infectious diseases may improve patient outcomes. In clinics, specialists in infectious diseases can provide long-term care to patients with chronic infections such as HIV/AIDS.