Faculty Profile

Suzanne  Roberts, MDSuzanne Roberts, MD

Dr. Roberts is an Attending Physician in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Jacobi Medical Center. She is in charge of medical education for third year medical students for the division and is actively involved in clinical research within the department. Dr. Roberts is board certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Undergraduate School:

Colgate University

Graduate School:

Boston University School of Public Health

Medical School:

New York College of Osteopathic Medicine

Training:

  • Internship and Residency: Cohens Children’s Medical Center, Hofstra North Shore- LIJ School of Medicine
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship: Jacobi Medical Center

Bibliography:

Original Communications in Peer-Reviewed Journals:

  • Roberts S, Nixon AF, Meltzer JA, Blumfield E. Design of a height-adjusted focused CT using the umbilicus as a landmark for children undergoing evaluation for appendicitis. Pediatr Radiol (2017) 47: 294. 
  • Roberts S, Meltzer JA. An evidence-based approach to electrical injuries in children. Pediatr Emerg Med Pract. 2013 Sep;10(9):1-16
  • Suzanne Roberts, D.O., MPH, and Jahn Avarello, M.D. Focus On: The Cyanotic Neonate, ACEP News August 2011

Abstracts and Presentations at Scientific Meetings:  

  • Roberts S, Rocker J. MDI with Spacers vs. Nebulizers: What Emergency Medicine Physicians Use, Know, and the Reasons Why. Pediatric Academic Societies 2013 Annual Meeting, (Abstract and Poster Presentation) Washington, D.C.  May 2013.
  • Roberts S, Nixon A. Blumfield E. Focused abdominal-pelvic CT scan in the diagnosis of appendicitis in children: A Pilot Study. Pediatric Emergency Fellows’ Conference, Austin Tx. March 2013 (Presentation)
  • Roberts S, Nixon A. Meltzer J, Blumfield E. Evaluation of a Focused Abdominal-Pelvic CT Scan to Detect the Appendix in Children Pediatric Academic Societies 2015 Annual Meeting, (Abstract and Poster Presentation) San Diego, CA May 2015.
  • Bailey K, Roberts S, Gensure R. A Case of Vitamin D Toxicity in a Child from an Over-The-Counter Multivitamin. Lower New York- AACE Annual Meeting, (Abstract and Poster Presentation) New York, NY Oct 2015.

Original Communications in Peer-Reviewed Journals:

Roberts S, Nixon AF, Meltzer JA, Blumfield E. Design of a height-adjusted focused CT using the umbilicus as a landmark for children undergoing evaluation for appendicitis. Pediatr Radiol (2017) 47: 294. 

Roberts S, Meltzer JA. An evidence-based approach to electrical injuries in children. Pediatr Emerg Med Pract. 2013 Sep;10(9):1-16

Suzanne Roberts, D.O., MPH, and Jahn Avarello, M.D. Focus On: The Cyanotic Neonate, ACEP News August 2011

 

Abstracts and Presentations at Scientific Meetings:           

Roberts S, Rocker J. MDI with Spacers vs. Nebulizers: What Emergency Medicine Physicians Use, Know, and the Reasons Why. Pediatric Academic Societies 2013 Annual Meeting, (Abstract and Poster Presentation) Washington, D.C.  May 2013.

Roberts S, Nixon A. Blumfield E.Focused abdominal-pelvic CT scan in the diagnosis of appendicitis in children: A Pilot Study. Pediatric Emergency Fellows’ Conference, Austin Tx. March 2013 (Presentation)

Roberts S, Nixon A. Meltzer J, Blumfield E.Evaluation of a Focused Abdominal-Pelvic CT Scan to Detect the Appendix in Children Pediatric Academic Societies 2015 Annual Meeting, (Abstract and Poster Presentation) San Diego, CA May 2015.

Bailey K, Roberts S, Gensure R. A Case of Vitamin D Toxicity in a Child from an Over-The-Counter Multivitamin. Lower New York- AACE Annual Meeting, (Abstract and Poster Presentation) New York, NY Oct 2015.