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Gina Rosenfeld, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Gina Rosenfeld, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Dr. Rosenfeld has been practicing as a pediatrician in private practice for over 17 years. She is Board Certified and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. In 1994, Dr. Rosenfeld joined Children’s Medical Group and has remained there as a long-term primary caregiver to her young patients in North San Diego County. Dr. Rosenfeld practices direct patient care in the office and hospital setting, as well as a number of other clinical functions. In addition to her clinical roles, Dr. Rosenfeld has worked extensively with pediatric policy. Through her appointment as Chairman of Pediatrics at Palomar Medical Center (1998 to 2000), to her contributions on the CPMG Quality of Care Committee and her appointment to the CPMG Executive Advisory Board, Dr. Rosenfeld has served as a voice for pediatric patients in San Diego.

Dr. Rosenfeld completed her Pediatric Residency at The University of California, San Diego. She received her Doctor of Medicine from New York Medical College and her B.A. in Biochemistry and Cell Biology from The University of California, San Diego

Beyond her career achievements, Dr. Rosenfeld was honored to be named as a New York Medical College Merit Trustee Scholar, the recipient of the Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation and Outstanding Intern in Neonatology at UCSD Medical Center. Dr. Rosenfeld maintains a longstanding affiliation with the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Additionally, Dr. Rosenfeld is an honored recipient of the Patients Choice Award 2008, 2009, 2010 and The Compassionate Doctor Award 2010.

Dr. Rosenfeld loves being a mom and remains quite busy outside the office with her husband and two boys.

Recent Posts by Gina Rosenfeld, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Posted on Mar 1, 2017

With spring around the corner, we can finally look forward to longer and warmer days. And thanks to all of the rain, this year is shaping up to be quite the year for outdoor allergies.  Seasonal allergic rhinitis, more commonly known as “hay fever,” affects…



Posted on Aug 5, 2016

Soon to be gone are the lazy, relaxed days of summer.  With summer coming to an end, it’s time to get back to some structure and routine and the best way to start the school year off right is with healthy habits… Sleep    If…



Posted on May 11, 2016

Whether you’re a new or seasoned parent, I’m sure you can agree that having a baby changes everything.  There is nothing harder, more rewarding, and more important than being a parent, and once you are, family takes on a whole new meaning.  I would like…



Posted on Mar 3, 2015

Screen time, texting, multi media use and distracted driving.  It’s an epidemic.  It’s hard to get away from it.  Starting at a very young age we introduce our children and unfortunately babies to screen time.  I see it in my office every day.  It used…



Posted on Jun 11, 2014

Summer is here and with summer comes lots of warm weather, sun, and outdoor fun. So here’s my friendly doctor mom reminder about sun protection. Most parents remember to put sunscreen on their kids when going to the beach or pool, but remember sunscreen should…



Posted on Dec 28, 2013

As the year comes to a close, I am thinking about the year behind and the new year ahead.  Likewise, as many of us do, I am resolving to make changes in the New Year.  I have come up with a few very positive resolutions…



Posted on Oct 14, 2013

 With flu season right around the corner, now is the time to get your child flu vaccinations.  The current recommendation is that all children and adults over 6 months of age receive a flu vaccine.  Infants 6 months to 2 years, older adults, pregnant women,…



Posted on Mar 28, 2013

Child constipation, characterized by stools that are hard, painful, and difficult to pass, is a very common and trying problem in children.  The frequency of stooling varies from infant to infant and child to child, and is not as important as how easily stools pass. …



Posted on Mar 18, 2013

Have you heard the news?  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has updated its recommendations for treating otitis media, or, more commonly known as, middle child ear infections.  What does all of this mean?  Well, every 5 years the AAP updates its recommendations to help…



Posted on Nov 20, 2012

Each year as we celebrate the holiday, we are reminded of what we are thankful to have received.  Being thankful though shouldn’t be a one-day deal.  Instead, we should be thankful every day.  As the holiday draws closer, most of us find it to be…





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