The Pediatric Residency program at Children's Hospital of New Jersey
at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Saint Barnabas Medical Center
in Livingston is a well-balanced educational experience which provides
a solid foundation in general pediatrics and clinical experiences in every
pediatric subspecialty. By offering residents exposure to patients of
all socioeconomic backgrounds, providing them with both practical and
academic training and by balancing supervision with independence, we have
been highly successful in educating the pediatricians of tomorrow and
preparing them to enter any area of pediatrics they desire.
At Children's Hospital of New Jersey, residents receive in-depth experience
in all aspects of primary, subspecialty and critical care pediatrics,
as well as exposure to managed care and clinical research. Graduates of
the program have routinely scored well above the national average in the
American Board Exams in Pediatrics and have gone on to success in general
pediatrics, subspecialty fellowship, public health, private practice or
Faculty and Staff
The pediatric faculty includes general pediatricians and a full complement
of pediatric sub-specialists.
The following is the profile of the program leaders who head up the Pediatric
Joshua S. Rosenblatt, M.D.
Chairman Department of Pediatric at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
Interim Chair of Pediatric Medical Education since 1987, Dr. Rosenblatt
is a graduate of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y. He attended the University
of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-New Jersey Medical School in Newark
and was a resident and chief pediatric resident at Newark Beth Israel
Dr. Rosenblatt is an academic general pediatrician with fellowship training
in primary care faculty development at Michigan State University in East
Lansing, Mich. His specialties include care of children with chronic illnesses,
pain management and child protection.
Jules A. Titelbaum, M.D.
Director of Pediatrics at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center since 1972,
Dr. Titelbaum is a graduate of Brown University in Providence, R.I. He
attended Baylor School of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where he also completed
his pediatric residency. After a chief residency in and an infectious
disease fellowship at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn. Dr.
Titelbaum continued his infectious disease and immunology fellowship training
at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in New York City.
Timothy S. Yeh, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.C.C.M.
Department of Pediatric at Saint Barnabas Medical Center
Dr. Yeh, Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Saint Barnabas Medical
Center joined Saint Barnabas Health Care System in 2001 after more than
14 years at the Children’s Hospital of Oakland in Oakland, California.
There he served as Director of Critical Care and Co-Director of the Children's
Hospital Oakland/University of California, San Francisco Pediatric Critical
Care Fellowship Program and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics for the University
of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. His current faculty appointment
is Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the New Jersey Medical School,
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark.
Dr. Yeh has authored numerous abstracts, articles and book chapters in
the area of pediatric critical care. He is a Fellow of both the American
Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Critical Care Medicine
and a member of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He is currently
the Chancellor of the American College of Critical Care Medicine. He continues
to serve on and chair national committees within these organizations.
The following is the complete listing of faculty instructors in the Pediatric
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