About Elizabeth Rosenblum, MD
Elizabeth Rosenblum, MD, is a board-certified family medicine doctor. She is committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive care to individuals and families. Due to her extensive background in maternal-child health, Dr. Rosenblum focuses primarily on the care of pregnant women and of newborns, children and adolescents. She is also a member of a multidisciplinary team that cares for pregnant women in the Diabetes and Pregnancy Program.
Dr. Rosenblum's research interests include the health of families and young children, particularly in the realm of vaccine science and safety. She currently teaches a monthly class at UC San Diego for pregnant women and their families. Called 'Thinking Ahead to Your Baby's Vaccines,' the class is a popular and widely attended seminar that addresses parents' questions regarding vaccines.
As a professor with dual appointments in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine and the Department of Reproductive Medicine, Dr. Rosenblum is involved in training medical students at UC San Diego School of Medicine. She also supervises residents and fellows at UC San Diego Medical Center. She lectures widely on vaccine-related issues to both medical and lay audiences.
Dr. Rosenblum completed a maternal-child health fellowship at West Suburban Hospital (affiliated with Loyola University) and a vaccine science fellowship with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Her residency training was at the Cook County Hospital in Chicago. She earned her medical degree at John Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is board certified in family medicine.
- Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
- West Suburban Hospital, Medical Center, Oak Park, IL
- Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL
Date Joined Staff
- American Board of Family Medicine
Conditions and Treatments
- Maternal-Child Health
- Obstetrics Care
- Prenatal Care
- Women's Health
- Family Practice
- Care for All Ages
- Comprehensive Care for the Individual and Family
- Overall Health and Well-Being
- Management of Common and Long-Term Illnesses in Children and Adults
- Postpartum Care
- Newborn Care