Steven Sandoval, MD — Academic Profile

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery
  • Medical Director, Burn Center

Board Certifications


Medical School
  • Ross University (1998)
Residency Training
  • General Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
  • Maimonides Medical Center (Brooklyn)
Fellowship Training
  • Surgical Critical Care, SUNY-Stony Brook
  • Burn Care, Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York)

Affiliated Specialty Center

Clinical Interests/Expertise

  • Management of major burns in adults and children
  • Surgical management of injured patients
  • Management of diseases of the gastrointestinal system and the endocrine system
  • Surgical treatment of cancers
  • Conventional surgery and minimally invasive surgery for the treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (chronic severe heartburn), common bile duct stones, hernias, gallbladder disease, and diseases of the spleen
Steven Sandoval, MD

Contact Information

Division of Trauma, Emergency
Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery, Health Sciences Center T18-040
Stony Brook Medicine
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8191
Tel: 631-444-8329
Fax: 631-444-6176

For patient care information, including insurance participation and practice locations, click here.
  • Publications
  • Taira BR, Cassara G, Meng H, Salama MN, Chohan J, Sandoval S, Singer AJ. Predictors of sustaining burn injury: does the use of common prevention strategies matter? J Burn Care Res 2011;32:20-5.
  • Taira BR, Singer AJ, Cassara G, Salama MN, Sandoval S. Rates of compliance with first aid recommendations in burn patients. J Burn Care Res. 2010 Jan-Feb;31(1):121-4.
  • Sandoval S, Relan P, Thode HC Jr, Singer AJ. Which burn outcomes do patients anticipate as most likely to be important. J Burn Care Res 2016;37:e515-8.
  • Shapiro MJ, Sandoval S. Skin wounds and musculoskeletal infection In: Gabrielli A, Layon AJ, Yu M, editors. Critical Care. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009: 1593-604.
  • Singer AJ, Relan P, Beto L, Jones-Koliski L, Sandoval S, Clark RA. Infrared thermal imaging has the potential to reduce unnecessary surgery and delays to necessary surgery in burn patients. J Burn Care Res 2016;37:350-5.