David E. Bronstein, MD, MS
- Education and Training
BA and BS, University of California at San Diego (UCSD), Revelle College
MD, UCSD School of Medicine
MS, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Fielding School of Public Health
Residency, Pediatrics, UCLA, Mattel Children’s Hospital
Fellowship, Pediatric Infectious Disease, UCLA, Mattel Children’s Hospital
Dr. David Bronstein is a Southern California Permanente Medical Group pediatrician who is based in the Antelope Valley, California, where he has presented and facilitated annual service trainings for physicians and staff. Dr. Bronstein’s research and presentations have covered diverse topics such as communication skills, providing culturally responsible care, and vaccination training.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 2008-presentChairAntelope Valley Quality Improvement Committee for Department of Pediatrics2009-presentAntelope Valley Influenza Physician Champion2010-2017Physician LeadAntelope Valley Brand Impressions Team2010-presentPhysician-In-ChargeKaiser Permanente Palmdale Medical Offices2011-presentPhysician SponsorPalmdale Support Services Unit Based Team2015-presentPhysician Marketing Lead and MD AmbassadorAntelope Valley Area2016-presentCommunication Skills Intensive Faculty Member2018-presentPhysician LeadRegional HPV Vaccination Workgroup
- Honors and Awards (selected)
- 1993Third Place Individual and Second Place TeamUnited States High School Academic Decathlon1993-1997UCSD Revelle Provost’s Honors1993-1997UCSD Regents Scholarship1996Phi Beta Kappa1998Kass Travel FellowshipInfectious Diseases Society of America, 36th Annual Meeting
- Publications (selected)
Peer-reviewed research manuscripts (selected)
Bronstein DE, Dille AN, Austin JP, Williams CM, Palinkas LA, Burns JC. Relationship of climate, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status to Kawasaki disease in San Diego County, 1994-1998. Ped Inf Dis J 19:1087-91, 2000.
Quasney MW, Bronstein DE, Cantor RM, Zhang Q, Stroupe C, Shike H, Bastian JF, Matsubara T, Fujiwara M, Akimoto K, Newburger JW, Burns JC. Increased frequency of alleles associated with elevated tumor necrosis factor-a levels in children with Kawasaki disease. Ped Res 49:686-90, 2001.
Morgan J, Cano MV, Feikin DR, Phelan M, Monroy OV, Morales PK, Carpenter J, Weltman A, Spitzer PG, Liu HH, Mirza SA, Bronstein DE, Morgan DJ, Kirkman LA, Brandt ME, Iqbal N, Lindsley MD, Warnock DW, Hajjeh RA. A large outbreak of histoplasmosis among American travelers associated with a hotel in Acapulco, Mexico, spring 2001. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2003;69:663-9.
Bronstein DE, Cotliar J, Votava-Smith JK, Powell MZ, Miller MJ, Cherry JD. Recurrent papular urticaria after varicella immunization in a fifteen-month-old girl. Ped Inf Dis J 2005;24:269-70.
Bronstein DE, Cherry JD. Can tacrolimus ointment (Protopic) exacerbate an intercurrent fungal infection? Pediatrics 2006;117:2325-2326.
Jhaveri R, Bronstein DE, Sollod J, Kitchen C, Krogstad P. Outcome of infections with extended spectrum beta-lactamase producing organisms in children. J Ped Inf Dis 2008;3.
Taylor ZW, Ackerson B, Bronstein DE, et al. Wheezing in children with Pertussis associated with delayed Pertussis diagnosis. Ped Inf Dis J 2014;33:351-354.