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Neil W. Lyman, MD, Named Top Doctor by Castle Connolly, Inside Jersey Magazine


Dr. Neil Lyman is one of New Jersey’s most revered nephrologists

FLORHAM PARK, NJ, April 25, 2015, For the fifth consecutive year, Neil Lyman, MD, a nephrologist practicing in Florham Park, has been voted a Top Doctor by Castle Connolly for Inside New Jersey Magazine. The prestigious honor is awarded to physicians who are nominated by their peers and selected by the Castle Connolly physician-led research team.

Dr. Lyman’s medical expertise includes caring for patients suffering from kidney disease and hypertension, as well as those undergoing transplants, dialysis care and transplant treatment. He is committed to providing quality treatment for chronic renal disease, and routinely pursues solutions to slow the progression of the condition, as well as kidney stones and kidney failure.

Dr. Lyman practices internal medicine and nephrology, and is certified in both specialties by The American Board of Internal Medicine. He is a member of the American Society of Nephrology, practices with Nephrological Associates PA in West Orange, and is affiliated with Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, N.J.  

Dr. Lyman received an MD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in 1973. He completed an internship at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 1974, a residency at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 1978, and a fellowship, also at Icahn School of Medicine, in 1979.

In addition to winning the Top Doctors Inside Jersey Magazine Award, Dr. Lyman has been named Top Doctor of Nephrology in the New York Metro Area by Castle Connolly (2002-2014). Further, he earned the Vitals Patients’ Choice Award (2012), Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2012), and was named a Castle Connolly Top Doctor for New York Magazine, and New Jersey Monthly.

After 40 years in the practice of nephrology, Dr. Lyman has no intentions of retiring any time soon. He notes that he plans to continue monitoring patients to estimate kidney function and determine stages of kidney disease. He also endeavors to continue linking with other high-quality physicians who are just as committed to early diagnosis and treatment in order to help more people avoid chronic renal failure.