Pediatrician - Newburgh
266 North Street, Suite A
Newburgh, NY 12550
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Medical Director, Pediatric Care of the Hudson Valley
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, New York Medical College General Pediatrics
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Dr. Maria C. David has eighteen years of medical experience practicing general pediatrics and diverse leadership position developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure the delivery of quality health care. She is the Medical Director of Pediatric Care of the Hudson Valley, an affiliate of Children's & Women's Physicians of Westchester, LLP.
Well-respected by her patients and the community, Dr. David has garnered multiple awards such as the Kazi Uzair Award (Most Outstanding Resident Award) in 1995 for her dedication and commitment for the care of children. In 2002, she was presented the Harriet Tubman Humanitarian Achievement Award in Albany, New York. She was also awarded the 2008 Health Care Heroes Award in the Hudson Valley, New York. For several consecutive years, she has been consistently honored with the Patient's Choice Award and Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award.
Dr. David joined the Family Health Center of Newburgh (FHC), New York in 1995. As the Chief of Pediatrics, she played a key role in the expansion of the Pediatric Department. In 1999, she became the Medical Director of FHC where she piloted the opening of a new open-access fast-track for out-patient that has become the model for other community health centers.
In 2002, she became the Chairperson of the Department of Pediatrics at St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital, Newburgh, New York, a clinical affiliate of Mount Sinai Hospital. In the same year, she started a solo practice that is now Pediatric Care of the Hudson Valley. As the Medical Director, Dr. David has successfully brought the practice through the National Committee of Quality Assurance Recognition, the first pediatric practice to achieve this recognition in the area.
Dr. David has been involved in clinical, academic and administrative medicine. She facilitates blood drives and community health fairs. In her spare time, she loves gardening and hiking with her husband, Mark. She volunteers in several medical advisory groups. She is well loved by her colleagues, patients and the community.