Richard Mark M.D., F.A.C.P.

Dr. Richard Mark has practiced Clinical Medicine for more than 25 years and prides himself on providing patients with personalized, comprehensive professional care . Dr. Mark has been consistently named to the New York Super Doctors ® list and has been honored for his community service, his patient care and teaching excellence on numerous occasions. He was a Professor of Medicine at the City University Medical School where he was awarded “Teacher of the Year” several times during his tenure. He is the recipient of The American College of Physicians Preceptorship Award for his service to Medical Students and Residents. Dr. Mark graduated at the top of his class from UAG in Mexico where he initiated and directed a student program that provided free medical services to indigent patients. He completed his training at the State University of New York Medical School and Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn. Dr. Mark is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. In addition, he is a Fellow of the Interamerican College of Physicians. Dr. Mark also serves as a member of the Medical Reserve Corps for The City of New York and is an advisor for medical ‘First Response’. Dr. Mark is listed in “The Guide to America’s Top Physicians” as well as “Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare”, “Who’s Who in America” and “Who’s Who in the World”. One of Dr. Mark’s prime interests is Preventive Medicine and has developed several programs designed to encourage patients to be proactive in maintaining their health and well-being. Dr. Mark speaks several languages, including Hebrew, French, and Spanish.

Contact Info

235 East 38th Street
Contact Number: 212-867-1824

Medical School

Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara
Guadalajara,Mexico
1977

Internship

Maimonides Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY
1978

Residency

Maimonides Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY
1982

Fellowship

American College of Physicians
Interamerican College of Physicians

Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine

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