Dr. David Reitman serves as the Medical Director for the Student Health Center. In this capacity, he oversees all clinical services provided to American University students. In addition to his leadership role at the Student Health Center, Dr. Reitman also sees patients and provides both primary and consultative care.
Dr. Reitman first trained as a pediatrician at Massachusetts General Hospital and then he completed a sub-specialty fellowship in Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Children's National Medical Center in 2005. Prior to joining American University in 2013, he served as a university physician at George Washington University. There, he founded the George Washington University LGBT Health Initiative, a program that maximized the health care quality for LGBT students at the university. Dr. Reitman is also a member of the Adolescent Medicine team at Georgetown University Hospital and teaches adolescent and young adult health to residents and medical students. In addition to his clinical work at the university, he lectures nationally and internationally on topics pertaining to the health of adolescents and young adults. Dr. Reitman holds three board certifications: Adolescent Medicine, Addiction Medicine, and Pediatrics.
Dr. Reitman lives in American University Park with this family and frequently can be seen biking to work or jogging through the university grounds.
Doctor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine; Masters of Business Administration, Regis University; Bachelor of Arts, Cornell University