David V. Condoluci, DO, FACOI, Named Chief Medical Officer for the Kennedy Health System
Monday, October 08, 2012


David V. Condoluci, D.O., has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for the Kennedy Health System.  In this role at Kennedy, Dr. Condoluci – a longstanding member of Kennedy’s Medical Staff -- will provide executive medical oversight for the health system, which includes three acute-care hospitals and numerous ambulatory facilities. Dr. Condoluci will support the activities of Kennedy’s Medical Staff of more than 900 physicians, serving as a direct liaison between the doctors and hospital administration. He will also expand on existing clinical services, as well as implementing new programs.

A member of Kennedy’s Medical Staff since 1983, Dr. Condoluci is the former Chief of Staff, and is currently serves as Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Chairman of the Professional Affairs Committee. A national expert and leading proponent in the fight against HIV/AIDS, he is a founding member of both the Southern New Jersey Infectious Disease Society and the AIDS Coalition of Southern New Jersey. 

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. 

A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Condoluci completed a Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Albany Medical College. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Condoluci resides with his wife Patricia in Moorestown, NJ.