- Phone: (585) 703-9292
- Cell: (585) 703-9292
Specialties & Experience
General Specialties: Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care Medicine
Specialty Focus: Urgent Care Standard of Care, Documentation, APC Supervision, Urgent Care Orthopedics, Missed Foreign Body, Laceration care, Chest Pain, EKG Interpretation, Urgent Care Radiology, Emergency Transfer, Misconduct
Education: MD, St. Georges University School of Medicine
Years in Practice: 30
Dr. Davidoff is an experienced Urgent Care Physician licensed in FL and NY. Prior to Urgent Care, she practiced Emergency Medicine in a high volume, inner city, teaching hospital. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. She previously worked as a contractor for the New York State Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct, where she reviewed complaints against physicians and physician's assistants to determine if care was appropriate or if misconduct was present. Cases reviewed included urgent care, emergency medicine, internal medicine, and family medicine. She has reviewed multiple malpractice cases for both defendant and plaintiff, and has been deposed many times. She has testified in court several times. Dr. Davidoff has educated and supervised numerous nurse practitioner students, physician assistant students, and graduates. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the College of Urgent Care Medicine, acting as Vice President for the last 5 years. During this time she has developed a Fellowship program, participated in educational planning, and has participated in an antibiotic stewardship program and COVID-19 task force. She has lectured extensively on many basic and advanced urgent care topics at national urgent care conventions, and has published numerous review articles and case reports in the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine. She is also a peer reviewer and editor for the same journal. Dr. Davidoff would be happy to provide a free curbside consultation prior to a formal review on any case relating to urgent care medicine, sub-acute "fast track" emergency medicine, or professional misconduct.