Katya Ostrow, MD
A New York City native, Dr. Katya Ostrow attended an all-girls school and then graduated from Columbia University as a pre-medical student majoring in women’s and gender studies. She subsequently conducted bioclinical research for several years at Mount Sinai Hospital, after which she took the leap to the Mediterranean to study at the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. She went on to complete OB/GYN residency, finishing as Chief Resident, at Rochester General Hospital in upstate New York, where she received rigorous training working with diverse and complex patient populations in all aspects of the field and its subspecialties.
Dr. Ostrow has consistently maintained a passion for advocacy, empowerment and creating a collaborative patient-physician relationship. She is committed to providing equitable, evidence-based, compassionate care to her patients through all stages of their lives.
Dr. Ostrow is pleased to be a member of the Rosh MFM team and a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU, and she is looking forward to continuing serving and growing with the community.
In addition to English, Dr. Ostrow is fluent in French. She provides a full range of general obstetrical and gynecological services, and has a special interest in family planning, adolescent health, LGBTQ care and social determinants of health.