B.S. Biology, Hofstra University
Doctorate of Medicine, St. George’s School of Medicine at Grenada
Pediatrics, Maimonides Medical Center
Pediatrics; Neurointensive Care

Dr. McEnaney graduated from Hofstra University in New York with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology in 1994 and attended medical school at St. George’s School of Medicine at Grenada from 1995-1999. He finished his pediatric residency in Brooklyn at Maimonides Medical Center in 2002. From there, Dr. McEnaney held a post as an Attending Pediatrician for two years in the Pediatric Neurointensive Care Unit at Beth Israel Medical Center’s Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery (INN). Dr. McEnaney moved with the INN to Roosevelt Medical center in 2004 and remained a senior Neuro-ICU hospitalist for another five years.

After getting married to his wife and having a son, Dr. McEnaney and his family moved to Morehead City, NC where he worked at the Carteret Clinic for Adolescents and Children in a traditional outpatient pediatrician’s role. After two and a half years and a daughter, the McEnaneys moved to Cary in May of 2012 and Dr. McEnaney took a position with Growing Child Pediatrics.

Dr. McEnaney’s academic interests include general pediatrics and ADD/ADHD (FastBraiin). Outside of pediatrics he loves spending time with his family, practicing martial arts, and woodworking.