Neil C. Blumenthal, MD


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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Area of focus ?
Menopause, Contraception
Languages spoken
English, Italian

About Dr. Blumenthal

Philosophy of care

I treat everybody with respect and for specific medical needs, regardless of ability to pay. You get my complete and undivided attention, unrushed. I will treat you as I would a family member.

Why I entered medicine

I always wanted to help people and I thought that I could contribute. I no longer do obstetrics but I have helped deliver thousands of babies. I remember a husband and wife; I had delivered both of them years earlier. And then I delivered their baby. So it has been quite rewarding for me over the years and still is.

Community involvement

I have participated in lectures and community get-togethers. We’ve done breast self-examination and contraception sessions and educated people on GYN surgery. We've always done a lot of care for underserved individuals including through clinics in Easton and Phillipsburg.

Personal interests

I am a computer game fanatic. I’ve played tennis through the years. I do bicycle riding and now I enjoy playing with my new grandson. I am proud of all four of my children and my wife of 37 years.


Fordham University, BSB - Bachelor of Science in Biology, 1975

University of Rome, Transferred, 1981

Medical Training
St. George's University School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, 1983


Residency 1987
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY


American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology - Obstetrics and Gynecology

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