Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Dr. Naiomi Cohen is an attending physician within the Emergency Department at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. Dr. Cohen completed both her residency and chief residency in pediatrics, as well as a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Her clinical interests include medical education, simulation education, medical research and quality improvement.
Dr. Cohen is board certified in general pediatrics. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, has published peer-reviewed articles and lectured at medical conferences.
Dr. Cohen is employed by Nicklaus Children’s Pediatric Specialists
, the multispecialty group practice of Nicklaus Children’s Health System
. She speaks English and Spanish.
The Emergency Department at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
is one of the most visited emergency rooms in the nation and has a team of board-certified and fellowship-trained attending pediatric specialists and subspecialists on call, 24 hours a day. To continue to be a leader in ensuring patient satisfaction, the entire staff continually devises and implements strategies to reduce patient waiting time, enhance the waiting room atmosphere and improve the delivery of care for patients and families. The Emergency Department is also home to the Miguel "Mike" B. Fernandez Family Pediatric Trauma Center, the only freestanding Level I pediatric trauma center in South Florida. An adjoining helipad enhances the facility’s ability to handle incoming traumas, as well as transfers from other hospitals.
Cope, J.R., Conrad, D.A., Cohen, N., Cotilla, M., DaSilva, A., Jackson, J., et al (2016). Use of the Novel Therapeutic Agent Miltefosine for the Treatment of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis: Report of 1 Fatal and 1 Surviving Case.
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Zimmerman, E., Cohen, N., Maniaci, V., Pena, B., Lozano, J.M., Linares, M. (2015). Use of a Metronome in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: A Simulation Study.
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