Dr. Klossner entered the practice of pediatrics for the joy of serving his patients as they mature through infancy, childhood, adolescence and into adulthood. He has the heart of a teacher and enjoy each visit as an opportunity to know his patient more fully as he provides care.
Dr. Klossner stays active, walking, hiking (especially in National Parks), bicycling and playing pickleball. He enjoys reading biographies and works of history.
Dr. Klossner was raised in wester New York and graduated with a B.S. from Carnegie-Mellon University and then received his medical degree from the University of Buffalo. He completed his pediatric residency at the Children's Hospital of Buffalo. He was Board Certified in pediatrics in 1989 and have been in practice in the Rochester area since that time. Dr. Klossner continues to regularly teach 2nd year medical students from the University of Rochester and 5th year physician assistant students from RIT. He and his wife Sandy have been married since 1991 and have 3 adult children; a daughter and 2 sons.
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