Pediatric Pulmonary Specialists
Helping children breathe better; day and night

We provide a kid-friendly environment for the comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of both common and complex breathing problems.

Phone: (813) 870-1995

David Rosenberg, MD

Doctor David Rosenberg was born and raised in Brooklyn New York. He graduated from the prestigious Brooklyn Technical High School in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Rosenberg received a B.S. Degree from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. He then attended New York University Medical Center-Bellevue Hospital obtaining a diploma in Respiratory Therapy. Dr. Rosenberg earned his M.D. Degree at the American University of the Caribbean in the British West Indies. He completed a Pediatric Residency at the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, Ohio. He was selected as the Chief Resident in Pediatrics and received the Northwest Ohio outstanding Pediatric Resident Award. Dr. Rosenberg did a fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonology/Critical Care at the James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for children at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana. Dr Rosenberg has been practicing Pediatric Pulmonology in Tampa since 1990. He is a former Vice President of St. Joseph's Children's Hospital. He is the medical Director of Pediatric Pulmonology at St. Joseph's Children's hospital since 1990. He served as Associate Director for the Pediatric ICU St. Joseph's Children's Hospital from1990 through 1999. Dr. Rosenberg teaches Medical students from University of South Florida School of Medicine, Nova Southeastern School of Osteopathic Medicine and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Rosenberg is a board certified Pediatric Pulmonologist who has been selected as "Best Pediatric Pulmonologist in America" by the Consumer Research Council. Dr. Rosenberg is happily married and has three children.

Current Position:
6/15/2000 -

Pediatric Pulmonologist, President
Pediatric Pulmonary Specialist’s P.A.
4714 N Armenia Ave, Suite 201
Tampa, Fl 33603
(813) 870-1995

Medical Director
Pediatric Pulmonology Center
St Joseph’s Children's Hospital
3001 W. Martin Luther King Blvd
Tampa, FL 33607

Former Vice President
St Joseph’s Children’s Hospital
3001 W Martin Luther King Blvd
Tampa, Fl 33607


Past Position:
6/1990 – 6/2000

Plasencia & Sastry, MD’s PA dba
Pediatric Medical Subspecialties
2110 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Tampa, Fl 33607
(813) 870-1995


May 4, 1954
Brooklyn, NY


Brooklyn College
Brooklyn, NY
1972 - 1974

Bachelor of Science
Florida International University
Miami, FL
1974 - 1976

Respiratory Therapy, School of Medicine
New York University
New York, NY
1976 - 1978

MD, School of Medicine
American University of the Caribbean
Montserrat, British West Indies
1981 – 1984


Pediatric Internship
Medical College of Ohio
Toledo, OH
July 1984 - June 1987

Pediatric Residency:

Chief Resident, July 1986 - June 1987
Medical College of Ohio
Toledo, OH
July 1984 - June 1987

Pedi Pulmonology and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
Sponsor: Howard Eigen, MD
James W. Riley Hospital for Children
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN
July 1987 - June 1990


American Board of Pediatrics
Subboard of Pediatric Pulmonology
October, 2008 (recertified)

American Board of Pediatrics
June, 1994 (recertified)

September, 1984


Florida Medical License

Academic Appointments:

Clinical Instructor
Dept of Ped, Medical College of Ohio
Toledo, OH
1987 – 1989

Clinical Lecturer
Dept of Ped, Indiana University
School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN
1988 - 1990

Clinical Assistant Professor in Pediatrics
University of South Florida
School of Medicine
Tampa, Fl
1991 - present

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Nova Southeastern University College
Of Osteopathic Medicine
02/2007 to present

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor
Of Pediatrics Lake Erie College of
Osteopathic Medicine, Bradenton,Fl
2006 – to present


Florida International University
Dean's List

Northwest OH Pediatric Society
Outstanding Graduating Pedi Resident

Indiana Lung Association
Pulmonary Fellowship
1987 – 1989

America’s Top Pediatricians
Pediatric Pulmonology

Patients Choice Award
Pediatric Pulmonology

Research & Publications:

Pediatric House Staff Manual,
Pulmonology Section
Indiana University
School of Medicine, 1988

Rosenberg D., Tsangaris M., Eigen H.,
Tepper R.: Outpatient Bronchiolitis
Longitudinal Evaluation. (Abstract) ATS,

Tepper R., Rosenberg D., Montgomery G.,
Tsangaris M.: Heightened Airway
Reactivity in Infants following
Bronchiolitis. (Abstract) ATS, 1989.

Tepper R., Rosenberg D., Eigen H., Hui
S.: Bronchodilator Response in Infants
with Bronchiolitis. (Abstract) World

Conference of Lung Health, 1990.
Rosenberg D., Stevens J., Givan D.:
Lipoid Pneumonia. Clinical Pediatrics,
Accepted for publication January 1990.

Tepper R., Rosenberg D., Eigen H.:
Airway Responsiveness in Infants
Following Bronchiolitis. Pediatric
Pulmonology 13:6-10 (1992).

Tepper R., Rosenberg D., Eigen H.,
Reister T.: Bronchodilator
Responsiveness in Infants with
Bronchiolitis. Pediatric Pulmonology
17:81-85 (1994).

Research Projects:

Indiana School of Medicine
1987 – 1990

  • Nedocromil Sodium versus Placebo
    in treatment of children
    with mild asthma –
    Rhone Poulenc Rorer
  • Theophylline Pharmacokinetics in asthmatic children –
    Rhone Poulenc Rorer
  • Daily versus alternate day prednisone
    treatment of children with Cystic Fibrosis.

ESCF – ongoing, Genentech
Epidemiological Study in Cystic Fibrosis.
1990 – 2005

Betamethasone Nebulizer Solution in
Treating Infants with Reactive Airway
Disease – Pharmaceutical Specialties

Flunisolide Nebulizer in Treating
Infants with Reactive Airway Disease.

Use of Pulmozyme in Treating Children
With Cystic Fibrosis – Genentech

Monoclonal Antibody to Meningococcemia
Toxin – Pediatric I.C.U. ST Joseph’s
Children’s Hospital

Intravenous Magnesium Sulfate in
Treating Children with Status
Asthmaticus - Pediatric I.C.U. St
Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

Use of Pulmocort in Pediatric Asthma
Patients – Astra Zeneca

Xopenex Nebulizer Solution in the
Treatment of Pediatric Asthma Patients
Less than 6 years of age – Sepracor.

Nitrousoxide Treatment of Children with
Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome –
Pediatrics I.C.U. St Joseph’s Children’s

Flovent Pediatric Study – 6 months – age
2 – Glaxo

Quinalone Pediatric Study – Baer

Professional Societies:

American Medical Association
Florida Medical Association
Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
American Thoracic Society
Hillsborough County Medical Association
Hillsborough County Pediatric Society
Florida Thoracic Society
American Academy of Sleep Medicine