Dahlia A. Hall, MD, MPH, FAAP, specializes in pediatrics and adolescent medicine.
Dr. Hall practiced with Pediatric Eden in Millburn, New Jersey, since 2009. She also has practiced with Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, and Bethany Pediatrics in Hazlet, New Jersey. While she was at Monmouth Medical Center, Dr. Hall was Director of the Reach Out and Read Program and Director of the Newborn Nursery. She has taught medical students and residents at New York University School of Medicine and Lenox Hill Hospital.
Dr. Hall believes in empowering her patients to stay healthy. To support her approach, she offers each patient information and education about health and wellness. Most recently, a patient of Dr. Hall's wrote this in NJ Family about her practice: "Dr. Hall has the perfect bedside manner with young children, making going to the doctor fun instead of a chore. There's never a wait, and she and her staff are super friendly and accommodating, and the office is clean, quiet, and organized. Dr. Hall spends a lot ot time with each patient, answering questions and never glancing at the clock. She's patient, conservative but open to discussion, and reassuring. She returns phone calls promptly even at night, on weekends, and during off hours."
To her credit, Dr. Hall is the recipient of the African American Achievement Committee Award for her outstanding achievements in medicine and for her work in the community. She also has earned the Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition. She has been a volunteer for the Pediatric and Adult Asthma Coalition of New Jersey, Monmouth County Head Start Program, Long Branch Public Schools Family and Employee Health and Dental Fair, and Pediatric Council on Research and Education. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a member of the Monmouth Medical Society and American Academy of Pediatrics - New Jersey Chapter.
A sought-after speaker, Dr. Hall has delivered invited presentations and parenting classes on the ABCs of going home with a new baby, sleep problems in preschoolers, healthy dietary habits in children, and the importance of literacy. She has appeared on the WNET Jim Lehrer Show, Comcast Newsmakers, and Lasting Lifestyles television programs.
When she is not working with her patients, Dr. Hall enjoys volunteering, kickboxing, yoga, traveling, and learning to play the guitar.