Margit Kaufman, MD

Margit Kaufman, MD

Anesthesiology

 Caring for patient's throughout their entire perioperative period is a passion of mine. I try to understand my patient's concerns about their entire surgical stay and create an individualized anesthetic plan to make my patient's experience as best it can be. As a critical care physician, I also have the honor and privilege to treat patient's during their most tenuous and stressful times. Spending time bedside with the patient's and their family members is a rewarding experience.  

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Primary Areas of Practice

  • Anesthesiology

Procedures

  • Ambulatory Anesthesia
  • Epidural Block
  • Nerve Blocks
  • Obstetrical Anesthesia
  • Orthopedic Anesthesia
  • Regional Anesthesia
  • Thoracic Anesthesia

Locations

  • Northern Valley Anesthesiology - Team Health

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    350 Engle Street Englewood, NJ 07631

    Main: 201-894-3238

About Margit Kaufman

Dr. Margit Kaufman is board certfied in anesthesiology and critical care medicine. She obtained her medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and completed her residency in anesthesiology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She continued her training and completed a fellowship in Critical Care Anesthesiology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Kaufman treats patients of all ages undergoing surgical treatment or requiring anesthetic care. She also cares for patients in the medical surgical intensive care unit and cardiovascular intensive care unit. Some of her clinical areas of interest in include patient safety and quality improvement, post-ICU care syndrome, and anemia in the critically ill patient.

Active in both state and national anesthesiology and critical care organizations., Dr. Kaufman has co-authored chapters on treatment of anemia in critically ill patient's with Dr. Aryeh Shander. Currently, Dr. Kaufman serves as a manuscript reviewer for the journal Transfusion. Dr. Kaufman has also been an sub-investigator for multiple clinical trials in both the operating room and the intensive care unit. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Anesthesiology.

Honors & Awards

June 2014 Teaching Award,Internal Medicine Residency Program,Englewood Hospital

Fellow, American Society of Anesthesiology

Professional Memberships

American Society of Anesthesiologists

International Anesthesia Research Society

Society of Critical Care Medicine

Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists

NJ State Society of Anesthesiologists

NJ Society of Critical Care Medicine

Committees and Leadership Positions

2018-2019: American Society of Anesthesiology,Critical Care Medicine Committee

2017-present: Communications Committee, Society of Critical Care Medicine

2015-present: Critical Care Leadership Team,Englewood Hospital

2016-Present: Co-Chair of Recruitment,Northern Valley Anesthesiology/TeamHealth Anesthesia

2016-Present: Coordinator of New Physician Hires & Orientation Mentor, Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine,Englewood Hospital

2018-Present: Malignant Hyperthermia Committee, Englewood Hospital

Education & Degrees

MD: UMDNJ, Robert wood Johnson Medical School

Residency

UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson

Fellowship

Mount Sinai School of Medicine Affiliated Hospitals, Critical Care Anesthesiology

Board Certifications

  • Anesthesiology
  • Critical Care Medicine

Publications

Rosenthal S, Howard B, Schlussel Y, Kaufman M: Humanism at Heart: Preserving Empathy in Third Year Medical Students. Academic Medicine. 2011 Mar;86(3):350-8.

Shander A, Javidroozi M, Gianatiempo C, Gandhi N, Lui J, Califano F, Kaufman M, Naqvi S, Syed F, Aregbeyen O: Outcomes of Protocol-Driven Care of Critically Ill Severely Anemic Patients for Whom Blood Transfusion Is Not an Option. Critical Care Medicine. 2016 June; 44(6): 1109-1115

Hosseinian L, Kaufman M, Lazar M.: Central Nervous System. In: Reed AP and Yudkowitz F editor. Clinical Cases in Anesthesia 4th edition. Philadelphia: Elsevier 2014. Chapter 91.

Shander A, Napolitano NM, Kaufman M.: Anemia in the Surgical ICU. In: Martin ND and Kaplan J editor. Principles of Adult Surgical Critical Care. Philadelphia: Springer International Publishing 2016. Chapter 25.

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