Dr. Barley’s medical career has been dedicated to addressing both the concerns of his individual patients and, at the same time, the political issues and causes that describe the nature of medical care in our society and throughout the world.
Dr. Barley is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and has been in the private practice of General Medicine since 1996. Dr. Barley is a member of the Independent Doctors of NY (IDNY).
Additionally, as a participating physician in both Corporate Care and The Executive Registry at New York Presbyterian Hospital, he is part of an international network of physicians and hospitals that facilitate high level care throughout the world through referrals and emergency intervention. As vice-president of Citta, a not for profit organization with hospitals in India, Nepal, and Mexico, he has overseen the delivery of health care to underserved communities in the Third World.
As a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Cornell/Weill School of Medicine as well as an Assistant Attending Physician at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Dr. Barley teaches medical students, interns, and residents in the techniques of physical diagnosis.
In addition, he is active in insurance and health care policy by serving on committees and boards with in the NYPH system as well as providing health care policy advice to local, state, and national politicians, including former Senator & Secretary of State Clinton and former Vice President Gore. He is also as scientific advisor to numerous biotech companies.
After attending medical school at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., he completed his residency in Internal Medicine in 1996 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Barley’s training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital also included extensive training at Memorial Sloane-Kettering Hospital, and at the Hospital for Special Surgery.