Dr. Rothschild obtained his undergraduate and medical degrees at Yale University. He trained in otolaryngology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, and was a fellow in pediatric otolaryngology in Cincinnati, Ohio under Dr. Robin Cotton. On the attending staff at Mt. Sinai since 1994, Dr. Rothschild is director of Pediatric Otolaryngology at the School of Medicine. He is the author of a book and more than sixty articles and chapters in his field. He has also edited two multi-authored textbooks. |
Dr. Rothschild is trained in all areas of pediatric otolaryngology. Common procedures performed include tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy and insertion of pressure equalizing tubes. Furthermore, Dr. Rothschild manages a variety of congenital and acquired conditions of the head and neck, including choanal atresia, neck masses, feeding and respiratory problems, sinusitis, airway obstruction and ear disease.
Dr. Rothschild has been involved with computers in medicine for many years. In addition to his book on medical Web sites, he has authored a number of articles and chapters on this subject. He serves as both the Internet editor for the AMA journal Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and as the chairman of the Technology Infrastructure committee of the National ENT Academy (AAOHNS). He lectures widely on such topics as the online patient-doctor communication, Internet publishing in medicine, and the development and use of Web sites in medical practice.
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