Dr. Teitelbaum is a pediatric and general radiologist with RASF. He focuses on diagnostic imaging in patients of all ages utilizing fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT and MRI.
Dr Teitelbaum was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, where he attended the joint BA-MD program at Brooklyn College and Downstate College of Medicine. Originally intending to enter a general practice, Dr Teitelbaum fell in love with medical imaging in his third year of medical school while taking a radiology elective. He stayed at Downstate Medical Center for his internship in clinical pediatrics, and completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Maimonides Medical Center. Dr Teitelbaum was able to combine his clinical experience and imaging experience in the field of Pediatric Imaging, and completed his final formal training at Children's Hospital Boston at Harvard Medical School.
Dr Teitelbaum is experienced in the combined use of ultrasonography and fluoroscopy in imaging of the urinary and gastrointestinal tracts, and uses these modalities daily in his practice with infants and young children. Dr Teitelbaum has a particular interest in combined congenital abnormalities, and has extensive experience in fetal MR imaging to help solve complex prenatal diagnostic issues.
Dr Teitelbaum is pleased to have the opportunity to extend his imaging experience to adults served by the Baptist Health System, where he focuses on imaging of the adult chest and abdomen with routine radiography and fluoroscopy, CT scan and MRI.