Dr. Alicia Massop-Flowers (Dr. Flowers) is a general pediatrician caring for the health and medical needs of patients ages birth-24 years. She received her medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002 and completed her pediatric residency training 2005. Dr. Massop-Flowers served as the Chief Pediatric Resident during her final year of training. Upon completion from residency, Dr. Flowers has worked in the private sector in the Bronx-Manhattan area as a General Pediatrician and also served as a Medical Director of a Federally Qualified Health Center.
Dr. Flowers has been a resident of Southeast Queens for over a decade and is known for her community outreach and service. She was appointed to head the medical relief services for Hurricane Katrina Victims who migrated to Queens, NY. She has also served as a 1st Responder during Super Storm Sandy in Far Rockaway, Queens. Dr. Flowers is a mentor to youth and youth adults in her local church and community.
Dr. Flower's special interest in Pediatrics includes, but is not limited to:
- Breastfeeding Education
- Early Childhood Literacy
- School Age Health and Safety
- Teens and Young Adult Health
- Asthma Education/Management
- Childhood Obesity
- Children with Special Needs
Dr. Flowers is a native New Yorker and is fluent in Medical Spanish and basic conversational Spanish. She is also a Certified Asthma Educator. Dr. Flowers is an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) in Harlem, NY. She enjoys teaching the next generation of physicians and other health care providers her art of medicine.