The highest integrity

We love medicine

Simply put, our mission is devoted your child's health.  We will integrate preventative medicine, medical interventions, nutritional advice, developmental considerations and adjustments to medical approach so that it will translate into the best possible outcome and maintenance of well being

Our Mission

Our Standards and Promise

All medical records are electronic.  There are no computer screens in the examination areas, there are no TVs or media preventing the attention to be focused onto the patient only.

This is a patient centered facility.  We focus 100% focus onto the baby, child, or adolescent.

We are 100% commercial free, there are no pharmaceutical representatives allowed onto the premises, and there are no incentives paid to any member of the staff.

We are 100% research, and evidence based.

We have a 100% immunization rate.

All immunizations, therapies, medicines, interventions are administered solely by the physician.

We hold ourselves to the highest standard of medical care.  There are no personal opinions guiding our medical decisions.  Our decisions are based on research, evidence, on discussions with the most eminent medical experts if indicated, and are always made with the safety of your child and family as our most important mandate.  The personalization of medicine is found in the inclusion of your history, your cultural background, and the integration of your family's history.

Come in anytime and visit us! We'd love to meet you and discuss your family's medical needs, and what illnesses we might be able to cure, control, or understand.  We want to become a partner in your child's health and development, and we want you to understand that we will put your child's health as our most important mandate for all the years to come.

​​​​I was blown away by the dedication and commitment shown by everyone I came into contact with. Dr Gazzola took all the time to create a comfortable and fun medical visit for my child.  I have never seen my child climb onto an examining bed, the firetruck, so readily in any other doctor's office. She was amazing with all of us, and the only tears shed were the ones as we had to leave.  I had to promise our little child that we would come back soon again.

Our staff is a group of talented, dedicated people who combine the love of medicine with a desire to help others. That passion shows in all we do.


Dr. Elena Gazzola immigrated to the USA with her husband and her three daughters.  A fulfilled and accomplished Violinist, Dr Gazzola decided while residing in Rye New York to change her carrier and pursue her life long dream of becoming a pediatrician.


She is the founder and owner of In Town Pediatrics which offers an innovative approach to pediatric, and adolescent medicine, and integration of pediatric specialty care.

Dr Gazzola has been mentioned in US National Consumer Reports as Top Pediatrician for the past 15 years

​Castle Connolly 2020 Top Doctor Award

Castle Connolly 2020 Exceptional Women in Medicine Award

Certificate of Appreciation:

US Army Joint Special Operations Training Center (Airborne)
for the support of the Special Operation Combat Medic

Residency and Internship:
Mount Sinai Hospital and Mount Sinai Elmhurst Hospital and Medical Center
Bellevue Hospital and NYU Hospital and Medical Center

Medial Education:
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

BS cum laude in molecular biology and psychology, Purchase College, NY

Former professional Violinist with an extensive history in orchestra performances in Opera, Symphony, and Chamber Music
Master degree in Violin, and Music education

Languages spoken:  English, Italian, German, Spanish, French, Swiss

It's always about you

Elena Gazzola, MD, FAAP

Dr Gazzola so often just took our baby into her arms, she would feed him, she would show us how to burp him, she would sit there with us, while we just relaxed in her big comfy sofa in the baby room, and the baby would just snuggle up with her.  What would we have done without her, without her reassuring us that all was good, that this little baby of ours would just be fine and grow up.  He has grown up.  He calls her the one person that will keep him in line, we call her the BABYWHISPERER ....

Dr. Elena Gazzola

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatric

and Adolescent Medicine

In Town Pediatrics
​Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

- newborn, infant, child, teen, adolescent, young adult 

- prevention

- surveillance

- treatment

- guidance

- transition to other specialties

- transition to adult medicine at age 21 years

- transition of the International Families to US standards of care for integration into schools and colleges

​- transition and relocations to other countries and preparation of medical care and disease prevention in reflection of all CDC guidance for foreign travel and extended stay

- the "go to office" for foreign dignitaries, and members of the International diplomatic core

- connections with physicians all over the world will be integrated and respected