Dr. Jerome H. Rosenstein

Call: 607.763.8391

Please remember that you can contact us at 607-763-8391 during regular office hours, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. for appointments, rescheduling and questions. All prescription refills must also be requested during the business week (no weekends please, as we do not have access to your chart) and please request at least 48 hours in advance.

Thank you, Dr Rosenstein and Staff.


Please read the Press and Sun Guest Viewpoint article by Christie Finch, Director of Perinatal Services for the Mothers & Babies Perinatal Services regarding our breast feeding support to our patients!

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General Questions

Will I always see the same doctor or will I see a nurse practicioner?
Here at Dr. Jerry Rosenstein’s office, you will always see Dr. Rosenstein.

What hospitals does Dr. Rosenstein practice in?
Currently he practices and delivers at both Lourdes and Wilson Hospitals. He also consults at Binghamton General Hospital for gynecological patients.

Do I need to see the doctor to order tests, such as bone density, mammography and annual blood tests?
Mammogram requests do not require a prior visit but an annual breast exam by a medical provider is needed. Bone density and blood tests require evaluation first by the doctor. These are all addressed at your annual gynecological exam.

What type of insurance does he take and can someone verify insurance before first appointment?
We accept almost all insurances. When you make an appointment, we can verify this and call you back if there is a problem.

What should I wear for an office procedure?
Generally, we recommend that you wear clothing that is non restrictive and easy to put back on after your procedure. An outfit consisting of perhaps something like a running suit or an elastic waisted pair of slacks and a button down blouse or top is recommended.

After a procedure or a surgery, what conditions warrant a call to the Dr. Rosenstein?
Dr. Rosenstein wants patients to call the office if there is moderate or heavy bleeding, or if discharge appears at an incision site. Also if a fever of 101 degrees or higher occurs, or you are currently vomiting.   We are available at any time day or night by telephone. Please call 763-8391 to report any significant symptoms or concerns.