Swelling is the enemy of wound healing.
Our office will be closed from Thursday, June 2, 2022 to Tuesday, June 14, 2022. We will reopen on Wednesday, June 15, 2022.
If you need a medication refill, please leave a detailed message with the pharmacy name and address on our office telephone
(914-422-5712) or using our patient portal. We will check messages periodically so the wait time may be longer than usual.
Online booking for appointments starting Wednesday, June 15 will be available on our website. For any urgent medical needs requiring our assistance starting June 15, we will try to see you as soon as possible even if you cannot find an available appointment on our website.
For any urgent medical needs arising between June 2 and June 14, please use urgent care or visit the emergency room.
To protect our patients from patient to patient exposure, we are converting office visits to telemedicine for next two weeks, starting immediately, with a possible extension thereafter. Office visits are still available for urgent non-respiratory cases only.
Please call our office at 914-422-5712 to schedule telemedicine, or you can schedule through the patient portal.
If telemedicine is scheduled, Dr. Yang will contact you through Facetime, Skype or Whatsapp via video calls or regular telephone. Please inform us of your preferred contact method when you make the appointment. These common apps are approved to be used for telemedicine by the government and have worked better than other telemedicine-specific apps in our tests. When bloodwork is necessary, it will be arranged at our office or test centers.
Please wait for a call from Dr. Yang around your appointment time just as if you are waiting in the waiting area. Dr. Yang will be on time, but some delay might be expected. Please be patient, and do not initiate the consultation on your own. If you do so, it may disrupt other patients. If your waiting time is more than 15 minutes, please contact Ms. Chacha at 914-422-5712 to check the status.
Dr. Yang’s Facetime number is 914-999-0049. Skype ID is “yvawoo”. Skype number is 914-288-6266. Whatsapp number is 914-999-0049. Please store these numbers in your phone, so that Dr. Yang will be identified as the caller
Telemedicine consults will be billed the same way your other visits are billed.
Staff are very friendly and knowledgable as well! I strongly recommend to visit.
HIS OFFICE IS BEAUTIFULLY SPOTLESS AND THE STAFF IS VERY PROFESSIONAL AND ATTENTIVE.
Byoung Yang, MD, is the experienced physician and wound care specialist at BY Wound Care Internal Medicine in White Plains, New York, where he provides cutting-edge medicine with old-school care. Dr. Yang understands how difficult it is for patients to make decisions about their health care, and spends the time necessary educating his patients so they can make the most informed decisions about their health and medical needs.
After earning his medical degree at Chonbuk National University School of Medicine in Chonbuk, South Korea, where he graduated in the top 10% of his class, Dr. Yang completed his internship at the National Police Hospital in Seoul, South Korea. He then relocated to the United States to continue his residency training in Internal Medicine at Mt. Vernon Hospital, New York, while also receiving his Pathology residency training at New York Medical College.
During his internal medicine residency, Dr. Yang was fortunate to train under renowned wound care specialist Jorge Beale, MD. He then completed his fellowship training in wound care and hyperbaric medicine at the esteemed Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Dedicated to his profession and medical specialty, Dr. Yang is a frequent speaker at local and national wound care meetings. He was the second-place winner of the 2007 Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society President Award for research in stem cells in hyperbaric oxygen.
Dr. Yang holds board certifications from the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society and the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is an affiliated physician with White Plains Hospital.
Dr. Yang is a classical pianist and painter.
Directions to the Hale Avenue entrance
Parking and wheelchair access
Dr. Byoung Yang discusses wound care on TV.
Swelling is the enemy of wound healing.
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Dr. Byoung Yang and nurse Hyun Ah Yang are incredible. They both went above and beyond for me. This was the best medical service I've ever had in my life.
I left his office feeling satisfied and grateful to have found him. He is by far the best medical professional I have ever encountered!