Marion J. Bergman
Marion J. Bergman, MD, is a South African-born internist/pulmonologist. She has maintained a part-time medical practice in Patchogue, New York since receiving a Master’s of Public Administration at NYU's Wagner School in 2006. Marion served a term as president of Brookhaven Hospital's medical staff and for many years as medical director of Respiratory Care Services. She is the director of healthcare projects for Miracle Corners of the World, Inc. Marion serves as a board director of Physicians for Human Rights, a trustee for the Global Child Dental Fund, and a member of Temple University’s Kornberg Board of Visitors. She is former treasurer of MESAB (Medical Education for South African Blacks), a Governor of the American Jewish Committee, a member of its Jacob Blaustein Institute for Human Rights Administrative Council and an Advisory Board Member of Tel Aviv University's Harold Hartog School of Government and Public Policy. Marion joined the AJWS board of trustees in April 2008.
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