Dr. Niroomand-Rad is the Medical Director of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Continuing Care Center where she teaches and supervises the Pediatric Resident Physicians. She is also the Director of Education for the Osteophathic Residency Program at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Niroomand-Rad received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Michigan State University. She received her medical education at Nova Southeastern University, and trained in Pediatrics at University of South Florida. Dr. Niroomand-Rad was re-certified in General Pediatrics in 2002. She is licensed to practice in the state of Florida and is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Continuing Care Center, under the doctor’s medical leadership, provides the Pediatric Resident Physicians the opportunity to establish in-depth relationships with the families they treat by emphasizing family dynamics, early intervention, health assessment, as well as, health promotion and disease prevention. The doctor works very closely with the Residents instilling in them a true love for the practice of comprehensive holistic medicine that treats the children and looks into all aspects of their life in an effort to better assess and treat each child’s condition effectively. The Continuing Care Center provides primary care services for children with high risk or chronic medical conditions. These children are treated by the Pediatric Residents in an academic setting supervised by Dr. Niroomand-Rad.
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