Chief, Division of General Pediatrics, Nemours Children's Hospital
Dr. Lloyd Werk has specific interests in quality improvement interventions, in how information technology can enhance healthcare delivery, and in the prevention of childhood obesity. He serves as Chief of the Division of General Pediatrics at the Nemours Children's Hospital and his responsibilities in the Nemours Office of Quality and Safety revolve around developing systems and measures to help clinicians reach institutional goals in quality and health outcomes. In addition, he is co-Director of an integrated multidisciplinary weight management program focusing on the medical, nutritional and psychosocial assessment and management of obesity, as well as it's related multiple comorbidities. He extends prevention work beyond the Orlando clinic's walls and into the community as Director of the Nemours Florida Prevention Initiative for central Florida. He has academic appointments with University of Central Florida, Florida State University and University of South Florida. Dr. Werk completed his undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland in 1983. He earned a Doctor of Medicine degree from Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1987 and a Master of Public Health degree with concentration in Epidemiology & Biostatistics from Boston University School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts in 1999. He completed a pediatric residency at Children's Hospital of Buffalo in Buffalo, New York, and practiced primary care pediatrics for several years on Long Island, New York, prior to completing a general academic pediatrics fellowship at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Pediatrics - Boston Medical Center, 1999
Pediatrics - Children's Hospital of Buffalo, 1988
Pediatrics - Children's Hospital of Buffalo, 1990
American Board of Pediatrics/General Pediatrics
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