Scott J. Wolfson ’92

Scott J. Wolfson ’92 died on February 20, 2023, in Plainview, New York.

(The following was provided by the on February 20, 2023)

Scott J. Wolfson ’92

Scott J. Wolfson ’92

Dr. Scott J. Wolfson, who worked as a pediatrician at Central Long Island Pediatrics, has died. He passed on surrounded by his family who loved him unconditionally. Central Long Island Pediatrics announced his death on Monday, February 20, 2023, saying, “It pains us to write this message. With deep sorrow we share the death of our colleague and friend, Dr. Scott J. Wolfson.” The exact cause of his death has not been revealed at this time.

He was a shining example, a devoted and compassionate physician, and an essential cog in the machine that was our Allied team. He has a wife and three sons that he is leaving behind. His patients, partners, and staff all regarded Dr. Wolfson as an excellent physician and held him in high regard. He will be sorely missed. Dr. Wolfson is a board-certified pediatrician who first started working at Central Long Island Pediatrics in the year 2004.

He received his degree from the New York program of the Sackler School of Medicine. After completing his residency in pediatrics at the Jacobu Medical Center in the Bronx, New York, he went on to do a fellowship in pediatric hematology and oncology at the Schneider Children’s Hospital in New Hyde Park, New York.

Before settling in at Central Long Island Pediatrics, Dr. Wolfson worked as a general pediatrician at Plymouth Pediatrics in Plymouth, New Hampshire. After that, he worked as a neonatal and newborn nursey hospitalist at Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. Finally, he found a place to call home at Central Long Island Pediatrics. He received his undergraduate degree form Bowdoin College and then went on to earn his premedical degree from Columbia University.

While he was not providing excellent medical care to his extraordinary patients and their families, Dr. Wlfson enjoyed spending time with his family, which includes his wife, Patricia, and their three sons, Alexander, Jacob, and Henry.

1 Comment Scott J. Wolfson ’92

  1. Michelle shore

    I was shocked and sadden by the loss of our wonderful pediatrician. I remember when he joined the practice. He was always one of my first choices because of his kind demeanor, and he was always a plethora of information. God bless his entire family.


Add a Reminiscence:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *