Summary

An experienced pediatrician, Dr. Max Bulmash uses his medical knowledge to benefit people in need in his community. He volunteers with the New York City Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) in addition to Hatzolah, an emergency medical service organization. The MRC joins volunteer health professionals trained to respond to medical emergencies throughout the city. Hatzolah, which comes from the Hebrew word for rescue, provides ambulance relief to individuals in need of immediate medical attention. In addition, Dr. Max Bulmash works as a camp doctor for BoyZone and GirlZone, two programs created by Oorah, an organization dedicated to enriching the social and religious lives of Jewish individuals. Through these programs, Dr. Bulmash gives back to people most in need and serves his community with the knowledge that he has gained through decades of professional experience. Dr. Max Bulmash also maintains a passion for music and has sought training at the Peabody Institute for Music in Baltimore, Maryland, one of the most prestigious music schools in the nation. While studying as an undergraduate, he also participated in the Cantorial Training Institute at Yeshiva University. Seeking to improve his abilities on the electric bass, Dr. Bulmash was involved in a program through The Collective Bass School in New York City. He also sang with the Adas Yeshurun Breuer Synagogue Choir in Manhattan. Seeking to highlight the accomplishments of budding musicians, he published a recording of the Baltimore Pirchei Choir, a children's chorus. Dr. Max Bulmash earned his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and his Bachelor of Arts from Yeshiva University. His name has appeared on the Castle Connelly list of the Best Doctors in New York, and he currently serves patients at Kensington Pediatrics in Brooklyn.

Work History

Work History
Jul 1982 - Present

Doctor

Kensington Pediatrics

Education

Education
Sep 1974 - May 1978

MD

University of Maryland School of Medicine