Long-serving Brooklyn Hospital doctor returns at head of Pediatrics

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Welcome back, doctor!

Say hello again to Dr. Noah Kondamudi on his second return to The Brooklyn Hospital Center, where he has been named as the new chairman of the Department of Pediatrics.

Dr. Kondamudi originally came to the Hospital Center in 1993 as the chief resident in pediatrics after completing his medical education in India and in the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.

He then completed his residency at the Brooklyn Hospital and continued his education in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Montefiore.

He then returned to the Brooklyn Hospital in 1996.

After serving 19 years, Dr. Kondamudi left in 2015 to pursue other interests, joining the New Jersey Medical School at Rutgers University as Interim Chairman.

Dr. Kondamudi is a certified physician executive of the American Association of Physician Executives and is board certified in general pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine.

Standing O says, “Welcome home” and wishes him success in his new position.

The Brooklyn Hospital Center [121 DeKalb Ave. at Ashland Place in Fort Greene, (718) 250–8000].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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