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Nieves M. Zaldivar

Nieves M. Zaldivar, American health facility administrator. Diplomate American Board Pediatricians, National Board Medical Examiners. Herman Muehlstein scholar, Muehlstein Foundation, New York City, 1970-1971.


Zaldivar, Nieves M. was born on August 14, 1941 in Cuba. Arrived in the United States, 1964. Daughter of Armando Zaldivar and Luz Moran.


Doctor of Medicine, City University of New York, 1971.


Pediatrics intern Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, 1971—1972, fellow in pediatrics infectious diseases/host immune response, 1973—1974. Instructor department pediatrics Mount Sinai School Medicine, City University of New York, 1973—1974. Assistant professor department pediatrics University Miami School Medicine, 1974—1975, director pediatrics infectious diseases and immunology clinics, 1974—1975, associate director division pediatrics infectious diseases and immunology, 1974—1975.

Clinical instructor child health and development George Washington University School Medicine and Health Sciences, Washington, 1979—1983, assistant clinical professor child health and development, since 1983. Clinical assistant professor department pediatrics Georgetown University School Medicine, since 1984. Associate regional medical director Prince Georges region Group Health Association, 1992—1994, medical director Marlow Heights Center, 1992—1994.

Vice president, board directors Mitchell-Trotman Medical Group, Professional Corporation, 1994—1997. Medical director Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care, 1998—2001. Medical director, executive staff member Medicaid health maintenance organization Chartered Health Plan, since 2002.

Medical director Mount Sinai School Medicine, New York City, since 2004. Principal investgator children's sentinel nutrition assessment program Boston University, 1999—2002. Member mental health advisory committee Montgomery County (Maryland) Council, since 2001.

Member pharmacy and therapeutics committee District of Columbia Chartered Health Plan, Washington, since 2001, member network and operations team, since 2002. Member quality of care subcommittee District of Columbia Healthcare Safety Net Department Health, Washington, since 2002. Co-chairman youth families and mental health subcommittee District of Columbia Medicaid Medical Care Advisory Committee, Washington, since 2002.

Commander Medical Corps United States Naval Reserve, 1975-1979.


President Park View Citizens Association, Chevy Chase, Maryland, since 2001. Member mental health advisory committee Montgomery County (Maryland) Council, since 2001. Fellow: American Academy Pediatricians.

Member: American Medical Association, American College Healthcare Executives, American College Physician Executives, Mount Sinai Alumni Association, Alpha Omega Alpha.


1 child Sebastian C.