Providers

Audrey DeSilva, MD

Education: Jefferson Medical College (Philadelphia, PA)
Internship: Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) – Pediatrics
Residency: Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) – Pediatrics

Additional Information:
Dr. DeSilva graduated from Swarthmore College and joined Boston Children’s Hospital as a research assistant in pediatric hematology and oncology. She earned a master’s degree in human genetics and genetic counseling at the University of Michigan, and then worked as a pediatric genetic counselor at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. After graduating cum laude from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, she completed her three-year pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital at Strong in Rochester. Dr. DeSilva received a number of awards during medical school, among them the Dean’s Prize in Pediatrics. She is board certified in pediatrics and has a special interest in eating disorders.

About Cayuga Medical Center

We are a not-for-profit, acute-care medical center bringing state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services to the residents of Tompkins, Cortland, Seneca, and Tioga counties. And a century after our founding, we remain intrinsically tied to those we serve: our corporate membership includes representatives from over 100 community organizations. At Cayuga Medical Center, we believe that hospitals are shaped by the people they serve

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