Judah L Goldberg, MD

Doctor Default
Emergency Medicine

Primary Office
Memorial Hospital West
703 North Flamingo Road
Pembroke Pines, FL 33028

Meet the Physician

Dr. Judah Goldberg is a board-certified doctor of emergency medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine in 2007 and did his post-graduate training at New York Hospital in Queens in the Department of Emergency Medicine. As an undergrad at Yeshiva University, Dr. Goldberg graduated summa cum laude and was the valedictorian of his graduating class. Dr. Goldberg has also spent time practicing emergency medicine in Israel.

  • Hebrew
Hospital Affiliation


Awards and honors
Resident Teaching Award, New York Hospital Queens
Golden Probe Award for excellence in ultrasound, New York Hospital Queens
21st Century Scholar, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Samuel and Rachel Golding Distinguished Scholar, Yeshiva University
Roth Institute Scholar, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Professional organizations
American College of Emergency Physicians

Recent publications
“Towards a Jewish bioethics: The case of truth-telling,” Tradition, 2010
“The moral education of medical students,” The Penn Center Guide to Bioethics, 2009
“Humanism or professionalism? The White Coat Ceremony and Medical Education,” Academic Medicine, 2008

“’Nothing But the Truth?’ Jewish Perspectives on Patient Autonomy and the Doctor-Patient Relationship,” Oral Presentation, Project Identity, May 2011
“Hypertensive (non-) Emergencies,” Oral Presentation, Chilton Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, March 2011
“Why Medical Halakha Isn’t Enough: The Case for Judaic Bioethics,” Oral Presentation, Congregation Birkat Shmuel, February 2011
“Must You Listen to a Doctor?” Oral Presentation, Kesher Synagogue, November 2010
“Judaism and Contemporary Bioethics at the End of Life: Facts and Myths,” Oral Presentation, Congregation Birkhat Shmuel, May 2010
“Finding Our Voice: Can Judaism Participate in a Modern Bioethics Dialogue?” Oral Presentation, Congregation Rinat Yisrael, May 2010
“Death and Life in the Modern Hospital: Can Contemporary Bioethics and Traditional Judaism Find Common Ground?” Oral Presentation, Project Identity, December 2009
“Health Care Reform: What Would God Think?” Oral Presentation, Congregation Ohab Zedek, September 2009


  • University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, 2007
  • The New York Hospital Medical Center Of Queens, 2010, Emergency Medicine
  • American Board of Emergency Medicine-Emergency Medicine

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