Greg Haggerty, PhD, and Andrew Weber, MD have each been recognized with the Northwell Health Teacher of the Year award for 2021-2022 award for their roles as teachers in Mather Hospital’s Graduate Medical Education program. These awards will be celebrated on June 1, 2022 at the annual Northwell Academic Day.

Teacher of the Year nominations come from members of the various Mather GME programs.

Dr. Haggerty has been at Mather as the Graduate Research Educator since February 2019.  In this role he assists residents and faculty in fulfilling the goals of scholarly activity for our GME programs.  He has helped our staff publish over 200 peer-reviewed conference posters and journal articles.  Dr. Haggerty also works with our Psychiatry residents to provide psychotherapy supervision and runs the journal club discussions for our residents and GI fellows.

Dr. Haggerty received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Adelphi University, completed his clinical psychology internship at Zucker Hillside Hospital/Northwell Health and received post-doctoral research training at Zucker Hillside Hospital’s Division of Psychiatric Research. He served as the director of research for Nassau University Medical Center’s Psychiatry department and was chair of the hospital’s Institutional Review Board. He worked as chief psychologist for NUMC’s adolescent inpatient unit and as supervising psychologist in NUMC’s adult outpatient clinic where he supervised child and adolescent psychiatry fellows, psychiatry residents, psychology externs and psychology interns.

Dr. Weber joined Mather Hospital as a Critical Care/Pulmonary physician in July 2021 and has been a member of the team teaching our Internal Medicine, Psychiatry and Transitional Year residents.  He brings a high level of expertise, enthusiasm, and energy to his teaching role and has helped make the Critical Care rotation one of the most popular in the curriculum.  He has a special interest in post-COVID care and Critical Care Ultrasonography.

Dr. Weber received his medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residencies in pulmonary/critical care medicine and internal medicine at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset and Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Glen oaks, Queens. He practiced in the Department of Medicine at North Shore University Hospital.