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Dr. Jennifer Larner, MD
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Dr. Jennifer Larner, MD

Board Certified Pediatrician

+ Joined the practice in 2002
+ Resides in Slingerlands, New York.
+ City, State of Birth: New York, New York
+ Raised in: Ardsley, New York


+ Married
+ One daughter


+ Knitting
+ Reading
+ Yoga
+ Skiing
+ Hanging out with my family

Special Interests

+ Nutrition
+ Adolescent Medicine
+ Developmental Concerns

Since 2002, I have enjoyed practicing pediatrics at Delmar Pediatrics my role as a primary care physician.

One of the most exciting aspects of being a pediatrician is seeing babies, children, and adolescents at all different stages of development. It has been a wonderful experience to watch babies grow into toddlers, school age children become siblings, and high-schoolers head off into the world.

My interest in pediatrics began when I was in college. I attended Duke University and was a biomedical engineering major. This is where my interest in medicine blossomed (in between watching numerous basketball games with the 1991 and 1992 NCAA Championship teams!!!!) While I was at Duke, I had the opportunity to volunteer at the hospital in several different disciplines. I knew that pediatrics was for me when I was able to volunteer on the pediatrics ward on Halloween. Surrounded by witches, fairies, and superheroes, I was able to see the need for compassionate, caring physicians who really appreciate children for who they are.

My passion for science led me to a summer fellowship program at the Duke University Medical Center where I began a medical research program. The physician whom I met at the time became my mentor. She was truly a role model for me and I followed in her footsteps by attending the same medical school she had attended, New York University School of Medicine.

My training continued after medical school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. My experience there was extraordinary. It was truly a privilege to train at one of the top Children’s Hospitals in the country. As a referral center for most of Western Pennsylvania, Children’s hospital was able to offer me the opportunity to learn and grow as a physician by taking care of numerous children with multiple medical problems. It was there that I learned to take care of critically ill children. It was also there in 2001 that my daughter was born and I learned firsthand what it was like to be a parent.

I truly understand how it feels to be up all night with a sick child. I also know what it feels like to worry about a child’s development and what really is considered normal.

Special interests include nutrition, adolescent medicine, and developmental concerns.


  • Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pediatric Residency 1998 – 2001
  • New York University School of Medicine, MD 1998

  • Duke University – BSE Biomedical Engineering 1994

Special Certifcations:

  • Special Certifications:

  • Board Certified

  • Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics

  • Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

Associations, Affiliations:

  • American Medical Association

  • New York State Medical Society

  • Capital District Pediatric Society

Recognitions, Awards:

  • Primary Care Award 2001
Contact Info

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Office Hours
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  • SaturdayOn Call Only
  • SundayOn Call Only

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