Dr Marquit is board certified in Lifestyle Medicine through the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and in Emergency Medicine through the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He did an Emergency Medicine residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, university campus for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, graduating in 2001. He later obtained a Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Florida, focusing on Preventive Medicine. He realized early in his career that the majority of medical emergencies were preventable. Dr Marquit knows he saves more lives practicing Preventive Medicine than he does Emergency Medicine, hands down. Dr Marquit has worked at many prestigious organizations. He treated and cared for our soldiers and their families as an ER staff physician at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. He spearhead and implemented telemedicine for Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in the District of Columbia and Southern Maryland. He served as Associate Clinical Professor for George Washington University School of Medicine, was on the admissions committee for St. George's University School of Medicine, and continues to teach clinical Emergency Medline at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. Dr Marquit has taught Emergency Medicine principles internationally in Turkey, and Mexico. He served as flight physician responsible for flying injured and ill patients both nationally and internationally. Dr Marquit also served as Medical director at the prestigious Pritkin Longevity Center and Spa in Miami, FL where he refined and improved the content and administration of the curriculum provided to the patient there for over 10 years.
Board certification: American Board of Emergency Medicine
Hospital affiliation: Mount Sinai Medical Center