About Infectious Disease
Daniel Berman, M.D. is a Board certified Infectious Disease specialist, who has been a consultant in private practice primarily in acute care hospitals and rehabilitation centers for over 30 years. He graduated New York University Medical Center in 1982 and did his residency in Internal Medicine at the New York University Medical Center. Following residency, he did a Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the Manhattan Veterans Administration Hospital and New York University Medical Center, and then went into private practice in 1987. He has practiced in the Bronx since 1989, also practicing in White Plains from 1987 through 2000. He served as Chief of Infectious Diseases at Westchester Square Medical Center from 1989 through 2013. He is currently on staff at the Montefiore Medical Center where he has become the busiest Infectious Disease consultant. He has written numerous articles in medical journals. He also has been named as one of the top physicians in New York by New York magazine.
Dr. Berman initiated and led an antibiotic stewardship program at Westchester Square Medical Center from 2010 through 2013. He is involved in antibiotic stewardship at the Montefiore Medical Center currently. He is also a member of the antibiotic stewardship program at the Morris Park nursing home. He is expert in managing many Infectious Disease issues that arise in chronic care facilities, such as UTIs, respiratory infections, skin infections, and wound infections, etc.