Kennedy’s Dr. David Condoluci Named APPLE Award Winner by NJ Institute for Nursing
Monday, December 12, 2011

David V. Condoluci, D.O.

David V. Condoluci, D.O., Section Head of Infectious Diseases at Kennedy University Hospital and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine, was honored as a 2011 APPLE Award recipient from the New Jersey Institute for Nursing at a December 8th benefit gala. A resident of Moorestown, NJ, Dr. Condoluci is one of 18 doctors statewide to receive the award, which recognizes physicians who are supportive of nurses and the patient advocacy that is the foundation of nursing.

A member of the Kennedy University Hospital Medical Staff, Dr. Condoluci is a national expert and leading proponent in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The Early Intervention Program (EIP) -- coordinated through Dr. Condoluci’s medical practice, Garden State Infectious Diseases – has earned a far-reaching reputation for excellence, while offering a full complement of services that address the medical, social and spiritual needs of HIV/AIDS patients.

Dr. Condoluci was honored with a Kennedy Beacon Award in 2008, in recognition of his contributions to healthcare in our community and to Kennedy’s ongoing success.

Former Chief of Staff at Kennedy, Dr. Condoluci is a founding member of both the Southern New Jersey Infectious Disease Society and the AIDS Coalition of Southern New Jersey. A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Albany Medical College. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases.

The APPLE Awards Benefit Gala raises scholarship funds for educational and research grants for nursing students and scholars in New Jersey. The Institute of Nursing was founded in 1988 as the charitable affiliate of the New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA). The Institute complements the work of NJSNA by raising funds and developing and managing grants to support advances in research, education and clinical practice.