Doctor Goldstein Resume

ROBERT Z. GOLDSTEIN, MD

Davie office: Medical Director
8480 W. State Road 84
Davie, Florida 33324

Boynton Beach office: Medical Director
1403 West Boynton Beach Blvd
Suite 13
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426

Present activities:

Patient care in two pain management medical offices providing care for pain management and addiction.

Expert Witness evaluating claimant’s history for the Social Security Administration, disability division. Responsibilities include case analysis and court room testimony.

Analysis of patient charts for potential deviation from accepted medical practice. Responsibility includes charting the chronology and determining the medical care provided. Final analysis will include a detailed report evaluating whether or not to proceed with a potential malpractice suit. Responsibility also includes coordinating case reports with out of state physicians.

College: Columbia College, A.B., June 1961

Medical School: State University of New York
Downstate Medical Center
M.D., Summa cum Laude, June 1965
Recipient Collins Foundation Fellowship

Internship: Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY 1965-1966

Med Residency: Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY 1966-1967

Chief Medical: Kings County Hospital and State University
Residency: Hospital of New York, 1967-68

Fellowship: Nephrology
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Harvard
Medical School Boston, MA. 1970-72

Service: U.S.A.F. – Captain, Internist for Little Rock Air Force Base,
Arkansas, 1968-70

License Florida
New York

Board Certification:
American Board of Internal Medicine 1972
American Board of Nephrology 1974
American Medical Society for Alcoholism
and other Drug Dependencies (now ASAM) 1986
Recertification ASAM 12/96
Certified Medical Review Officer 2001
American Board of Addiction Medicine 2009

University Appointments:
Instructor, State University of NY,
Downstate Medical Center 1965-1968

Instructor, Harvard Medical School 1970-1972

Attending Nephrology, Nassau County Medical
Center, East Meadow, NY 1972-1987

Attending, Long Island Jewish Hospital,
New Hyde Park, NY 1972-1986

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
State University of NY at Stony Brook, NY 1974-1991

Visiting Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Nephrology at NY College of Osteopathic
Medicine, Westbury, NY 1976-1993

Past Hospital Affiliation:
North Shore University Hospital, Plainview, NY

Professional Societies:
Alpha Omega Alpha
American Medical Association
American Society of Addiction Medicine

Directorships : Medical Director-NAAP/Nassau Advocate Alternate
Program-an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment
facility 2000-2005

Director Department of Nephrology, Central General
Hospital – to 1989

Co-Director Department of Nephrology, Central
General Hospital 1989-1991

Medical Director Alcohol and Drug Detoxification
Unit, Central General Hospital 1985-1990

Medical Director, Central Recovery System
(an outpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation
unit) 1985-1990

Medical Direction-Brunswick House, Brunswick Hospital
Alcohol and Drug Detox and Rehab Unit 1990-1992

Medical Director. Hempstead General Hospital
Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Unit, 10/92-11/95

Additional Professional Activities:
Past Member Peer Review Committee, Nassau
County Medical Society

Past Chairman, Infection Control Committee,
Central General Hospital

Past Member, NPRO Section on Internal Member,
Executive Committee, Central General Hospital to
1/91

Member, Executive Committee, Brunswick Hospital,
6/90-12/91

Consultant to the State Insurance Fund
in Internal Medicine and Addiction to 2004

Consultant Long Island Council of Alcohol
and Drug Dependency to 2004

Prometa Licensee for treatment of alcohol, cocaine
and methamphetamine dependency 11/08

Legal Medical Expert Witness and Consultant for Medical
Malpractice firms on cases both in and out of New York State

Charitable Activities:
Police Surgeon, Northport 2002-2003

President Police Surgeon Benevolent Association 2000-2006

President Emeritus Police Surgeon Benevolent Association 2006

Member advisory committee of the Troopers Foundation,

Member of the Physicians and Surgeons Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police 1997-present

Awarded “The Gray Rider”. The highest Civilian Award presented by the State Police of NY

Lectures: Attending staff North Shore University Hospital
at Plainview, Mid-Island Hospital, Hempstead General Hospital

Intern staff at Nassau County Medical Center, Nassau
County Medical Society and to students and staff at Nassau Community College and to Long Island Council on Alcoholism and to various civic and private organizations

Keynote speaker 5th Annual Spring Conference 1994

St. Mary’s Children and Family Services, Syosset

Tempo Group, N Merrick

Interviews: Radio (WBLI) and Cable TV channel 12 and 55 on various
subjects related to alcohol, cocaine and addiction

TV show: Weekly TV show “On the Rocks” up to 1995
Changed to “Brinks’s Place” on TV and Satellite TV