Dr. David H. Woldenberg was a dedicated physician and friend to the Zucker School of Medicine for many years, beginning his career after graduating from the Chicago Medical School in 1958. He subsequently did his internship and medical residency at Beth Israel Hospital, going on to a Fellowship in Cardiology at the Mount Sinai Hospital. After completion of his training, he served as attending physician at both institutions.
While developing his clinical practice, Dr. Woldenberg served as medical and cardiology consultant for the teenage service at Beth Israel, a consultant for the Workmen's Circle, the New York Association for New Americans (NYANA), and at the Bialystoker Nursing Home. He received his board certifications in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease and also in geriatrics. He was a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and The American College of Cardiology.
After retiring from clinical practice, Dr. Woldenberg joined the Science Education Faculty at the Zucker School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor teaching second-year medical students EKG interpretation and giving teaching rounds in the CCU with the trainees at Lenox Hill Hospital.
Dr. Woldenberg was a caring and dedicated physician, educator, and beloved colleague and friend. He fervently believed in and supported the school's mission to transform medicine for the betterment of humanity. In his legacy of service, the Woldenberg family has established a scholarship fund in his name, which will continue the school's mission of fostering an excellent, humanistic, and diverse next generation of healthcare leaders. We invite you to join us in supporting this fund.