|Dr. David V. Condoluci Named Chief of Medicine at Kennedy University Hospital|
|Tuesday, March 20, 2012|
Dr. David V. Condoluci, D.O., Section Head of Infectious Diseases at Kennedy University Hospital, has been named Chief of Medicine for the Kennedy Health System. In his new role, Dr. Condoluci will work directly with Kennedy’s Chief Medical Officer and other chiefs of service to enhance patient care initiatives and further develop services provided to the community.
An active member of Kennedy’s Medical Staff since 1983, Dr. Condoluci is Section Head of Infectious Diseases at all three Kennedy hospital campuses and former Chief of Staff for the healthcare system. A Clinical Professor of Medicine at the UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine, he is a founding member of the Southern New Jersey Society of Infectious Diseases and the AIDS Coalition of Southern New Jersey. The Kennedy 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’s commitment and professionalism as both a physician and an educator has been recognized with numerous awards over the years, including a 2008 Kennedy Beacon Award for his commitment to the healthcare organization and the communities it serves. In 2011, Dr. Condoluci was honored with an APPLE Award from the New Jersey Institute of Nursing for his support of various nursing initiatives. He has also received the “Excellence in Medical Services” Award by the South Jersey Council on AIDS, the UMDNJ-SOM “Golden Apple Award,” and the American Red Cross “Good Neighbor” Award. Dr. Condoluci resides with his family in Moorestown, NJ.