Dr. Lynne Kossow graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bryn Mawr College with a BA in Psychology. She then went on to receive her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
Following medical school she completed the first 2 years of her internal medicine residency at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC. She completed her residency at the Graduate hospital in Philadelphia after which she was asked to join their department of Internal Medicine as an attending physician. She worked at Graduate Hospital for 2 years before moving with her family to the Princeton area in 1993.
Dr. Kossow has been practicing Internal Medicine in the Mercer/Middlesex county areas now since 1993. She has been an attending on staff at the University Medical Center of Princeton since that time. She is also an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine of the Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine and has been teaching residents and students since 1993.
Dr. Kossow values greatly the doctor patient relationship. She strongly encourages her patients to follow a healthy lifestyle and she emphasizes physical exams and screening tests that can help prevent or catch early preventable diseases.
Dr. Kossow is a member of the American College of Physicians as well as the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. She participated in Harvard University’s Institute of Lifestyle Medicine courses this year and will be continuing ongoing course work through Harvard in this exciting area.
In her leisure time she enjoys gardening, reading, exercising, travel and spending time with friends and family.