DAVID MILLER, MD – LOXAHATCHEE, FLORIDA
MY PHILOSOPHY & APPROACH TO WELLNESS
I have been a physician in Palm Beach County for the last 30 years. I enjoy the Florida sunshine and my wife loves to play tennis, so I am going to be here for a long time.
I received my medical degree from the Rutgers Medical School in Newark, New Jersey in 1982. I completed my dual residency in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine in 1986 at which time I moved to Florida to work in the underserved areas of western Palm Beach County. I am board certified in Internal Medicine and enjoy taking care of my geriatric patients.
I have been chief of staff at Everglades Memorial Hospital and I am currently chief of medicine at Palms West Hospital as well as active on the Peer Review Committee.
I enjoy the gym, skiing in Colorado and a nice dark beer.
Dr. David Miller is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and has been in private practice in South Florida since 1986. He is currently the Medical Director of Healthy Partners Primary Care in Loxahatchee, Florida.
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey –
Member and President of Alpha Omega Alpha –
Medical Honor Society
Rutger University – MS 1979 –
Pennsylvania State University – BS 1977
Pre-Medicine and Microbiology
Chief Resident, Internal Medicine,
Mount Sinai Medical Center. July 2012 – June 2013
Internal Medicine Residency,
Mount Sinai Medical Center. June 2010- June 2012
Internal Medicine Internship, Mount Sinai Medical Center
Kaplan University Medical Advisor 6/2009-6/2010
American College of Physicians
Board Certified in Internal Medicine