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Presently an Attending Physician at Valhalla, New York's Westchester Medical Center, Dr. Arash Rahi draws on an extensive education in the field of Urogynecology and Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery. As an undergraduate at New York University (NYU), Dr. Rahi earned the Freshman Chemistry Award and acted as President of Phi Lambda Upsilon, a national chemistry honor society. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry, Math, and French, Dr. Rahi matriculated at the NYU School of Medicine. He graduated with his medical degree in 2003. During his career as a medical student, he further engaged with his field as an Instructor of organic chemistry and physics at The Princeton Review. 

Dr. Arash Rahi then accepted a post-doctoral internship and subsequent residency at the University of Pennsylvania. As a resident, he proved exceptionally dedicated to his work in obstetrics and gynecology and received a number of honors for his talents as an instructor. Additionally, Dr. Rahi garnered the Ambulatory Gynecology award. 

After completing his residency at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Rahi became an Accredited Fellow of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery (Urogynecology) at the NYU Langone Medical Center. In this capacity, he treated patients, instructed medical students, and developed skills in minimally invasive surgery. While completing his fellowship, Dr. Rahi received the K30 Clinical Research Curriculum Award from the National Institutes of Health, which allowed him to complete a Master of Science in Clinical Research and Translational Medicine. Today, Dr. Arash Rahi remains involved with his field through his ob-gyn practice and affiliation with the American Urogynecologic Society and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 

Dr. Rahi was recently awarded the 2010 Patient Choice Award as well as the 2010 Compassionate Doctor Award.


Work experience

Jan 2008Present


Westchester Medical Center


Aug 1999May 2003


New York University School of Medicine
May 1995May 1999


New York University