Vito R. Sessa

Vito R. Sessa, MD

4.9 rating based on 40 ratings
(4.9/5 stars) 40 Reviews | 3 Comments
  • Rye
    1 Theall Road, Rye, NY 10580-1404
  • (914) 848-8900
  • (914) 848-8901

About the Provider

Dr. Sessa joined WESTMED Medical Group in November 2008. He is a board certified pediatrician and an attending pediatrician at Greenwich Hospital and White Plains Hospital. Dr. Sessa is a cum laude graduate of Princeton University. He received his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed his pediatric internship and residency at the Bronx Municipal Hospital Center (Jacobi Hospital) and the Hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. After residency, Dr. Sessa spent two years in a fellowship in ambulatory and developmental pediatrics at The Children’s Hospital Medical Center, which is affiliated with Harvard.

Before coming to Westmed, Dr. Sessa practiced pediatrics for 20 years in Stamford, Connecticut; first with Kaiser Permanente and then in private practice.
Dr. Sessa has been involved in academic pediatrics for many years. He was an assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he taught medical students and pediatric residents at Jacobi Hospital. Prior to joining Westmed, he was director of general pediatrics at the Maimonides Infants and Children’s Hospital in Brooklyn. Dr. Sessa has a particular interest in behavioral issues in children.

He lives in Rye with his wife Harriet, a former teacher in the Rye City Schools. They have two grown sons.

Medical School
Tufts University School of Medicine
Degree: Doctor of Medicine
Jacobi Hospital
Jacobi Hospital
Children's Hospital of Boston
Board Certification

Office Location (1)

  • Rye
    1 Theall Road
    Rye, NY 10580-1404
    Ph: (914) 848-8900
    Fax: (914) 848-8901


We love Dr Sessa and we're really going to miss him once he retires!
September 13, 2017
I very much appreciate my caretaker.
August 15, 2017
Dr. Sessa was very caring, knowledgeable, and had super follow up after many blood tests.
June 30, 2017