Michĕle Zerah, MDImage of Michĕle Zerah

Pediatric Endocrinology

Medical Education:

  • Medical School:  University Paris XIII, Paris, France
  • Pediatric Residency:  St. Luke’s Roosevelt Medical Center, NYC, NY
  • Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship:  The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, NYC, NY

Information About Dr. Zerah

Dr. Michĕle Zerah is a board certified Pediatric Endocrinologist with Providence Pediatric Medical Partners of El Paso.  Her practice focuses on children from birth through 18 years of age whose lives are affected by various diseases and disorders of the endocrine system, including diabetes, thyroid, metabolic and growth disorders, as well as gender identity disorders.

She has been a frequent presenter at medical conferences and symposiums, most notably the Endocrine Society annual meeting.  She has also focused a large portion of her medical career on research into causes, correlations and potential treatments of pediatric endocrine diseases and disorders.  Dr. Zerah’s past appointments have included Clinical Assistant Professor at several teaching hospitals, pediatric-focused hospitals and clinics, including The New York Hospital, Child Habilitation Center at Central Suffolk Hospital, Stony Brook University Hospital, North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System/Schneider’s Children’s Hospital, and Nemour’s Children’s Clinic, where she both taught and mentored pediatric residents and medical students.  Most recently, Dr. Zerah held a position as a Pediatric Endocrinologist at Presbyterian Medical Group with Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque, NM.

Born and raised in France, Dr. Zerah is fluent in French and English.  Dr. Zerah looks forward to helping the children and adolescents in the El Paso area.

Conditions Treated:

  • Growth disorder
  • Abnormal puberty and abnormal menstruation
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Goiter, thyroid nodules
  • Diabetes type I and II
  • Disorder of Calcium metabolism, rickets, bone metabolic disorder
  • Gender identity disorders
  • Ambiguous genitalia
  • Adrenal disorders
  • Pituitary diseases

Languages:  English, French