Dodi D. Meyer, <span>MD</span>

Dodi D. Meyer, MD

Pediatrics (Board Certified, Primary Specialty)
Languages: Spanish
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Dodi Meyer is a Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia University Medical Center and Attending Physician at Morgan Stanley New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia campus. Dr Meyer works in health disparities, community health and cultural competency. She has expertise in developing and sustaining community-academic partnerships for the purpose of training, service and research. With regard to training Dr Meyer’s main interest is, in creating and implementing ways of teaching and training both medical students and pediatric residents in the field, using Service Learning as the main educational methodology. As director of Community Pediatrics she oversees several population health initiatives that address major challenges to children’s health through the interlinking contexts of biology, family and community such as obesity, mental health, and early literacy. 

As a member of the Division of Child and Adolescent Health she sees patients and teaches residents and medical students at a community-based, hospital- affiliated practice in Washington Heights. 

Area of Expertise

General Pediatrics (Pediatrician)

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University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina)

Residency: Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center - NY

Washington Heights Family Health Center

575 West 181st Street
New York, NY 10033

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Professor of Pediatrics at CUMC

2016: people’s Theatre project “Impacto” award for unwavering commitment to community health

2015: College of Physicians and Surgeons “Award for Excellence in Community Service”, Columbia University Medical Center

2014: Association of American Medical Colleges Spencer Foreman award for Outstanding Community Service

2013: “Woman of Distinction” award, Manhattan Times, Bronx Free Press

2012: Community-Campus Partnership for Health annual award

2006: “Partnerships Make a Difference’, Center for community Health partnerships, Columbia University medical center

2005: 13th Dominican Women’s Conference, Alianza Dominicana

2005: Community Pediatrics Training Initiative Recognition Ceremony, The American Academy of Pediatrics

2002: Humanism in Medicine Award, Association of American Medical Colleges