Meet Dr. Bergman

Dr. Bergman is a board certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

David M. Bergman was born and raised on Long Island, NY and enjoyed a healthy and eventful childhood as the youngest of three children. He enjoyed success as a violinist and orchestra concertmaster, and excelled in academics and sports.

He has traveled to over 40 countries on-tour with youth symphony orchestras and other adventures developing a deep appreciation for the variety and magnificence of the world’s people, cultures, cuisines, and spiritual beliefs.

Dr. Bergman attended Johns Hopkins University and Yale University for collegiate and graduate degrees in biological sciences, public health policy, and international health. He then joined the United States Peace Corps in service to Papua New Guinea where he volunteered to work on health care projects to improve the lives of the native population of this South Pacific island nation.

After returning from the Peace Corps, Dr. Bergman married and then attended the Sackler School of Medicine in Tel Aviv, Israel and New York, NY on an academic program specifically designed for American medical students. He then returned to Yale University for his pediatric hospital residency training program at the Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Bergman has worked with the University of Utah and Intermountain Health Care in Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah followed by positions here in Georgia over the past three years with a private practice group in Alpharetta and Dunwoody. His most recent position prior to launching his own practice has been with the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Urgent Care sites at Northpoint (Alpharetta) and Satellite Boulevard (Duluth).

Dr. Bergman is married with three vibrant young children. He loves caring for children and observing their instinctive creative nature. He believes that families should be provided with the best care possible to optimize their children’s wellness and developmental progression. He is a community advocate in the schools. And he maintains his own optimal wellness by being optimistic, enjoying his family, and maintaining a very nutritious menu and exercise regimen as a triathlon athlete, tennis player, and swimmer.

Dr. Bergman’s latest hobbies include writing children’s story books. His first story, Jonah Giraffe has a Too-Long Tail, is available for purchase at the office. His second story, Owl Learns to Fly, will be available in May, 2013 and can be purchased at the office, on, and at local area book stores and children’s gift shops. Proceeds from sales are donated to charities dedicated to nature and wildlife conservation.

With the establishment of The Pediatric Place, Dr. Bergman looks forward to providing his own creative energy through advances in pediatric care that continue to support and help educate families and children.

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