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We’ve Won Two 2021 eHealthcare Leadership Awards!


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eHealthcare 2021 Madison Avenue TMS & Psychiatry

We’re proud to announce that the eHealthcare Leadership Awards have recognized Madison Avenue TMS & Psychiatry for the second year in a row! This year, our practice has received two awards:

  1. Best Overall Internet Site
  2. Best Digital Marketing Campaign (Which we’ve won for the second year in a row)

We’re honored, and thrilled to hear such positive feedback from our community on our website. Our sincere thanks to the eHealthcare Leadership Awards for their recognition.

Dr. Woo has been seeing patients in private practice since 2002, always with the goals of combining evidence-based medicine with psychodynamic psychotherapy and collaborating with other mental health professionals to ensure the best possible outcomes for his patients. He has been certified to administer TMS at his practice since 2017. His greatest clinical interests include helping patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder.


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