A pediatrician with almost two decades of experience providing healthcare services to children, Dr. Harold Zilberman launched his career as an Emergency Pediatrician for the Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario (now known as Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre). Subsequently joining Sunrise Children’s Hospital, Dr. Harold Zilberman dedicated 11 years to serving as a Pediatric Emergency Physician for the Nevada-based hospital.

Dr. Harold Zilberman founded Nevada Pediatric Specialists and is its Medical Director. Leveraging extensive experience, he provides quality medical attention to young patients in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Working alongside another physician and a pediatric nurse practitioner, he ensures patients are healthy and any illnesses are attended to.

At his practice, Dr. Harold Zilberman embraces technology as a means of making office duties and care processes more efficient. Children’s charts are stored in an electronic medical record format, providing more convenient access to important information. Prescriptions are emailed directly to the pharmacy of choice, eliminating the need to drop off the prescription and decreasing the amount of time spent waiting to pick it up. The email system also serves as a secure channel through which the office and pharmacy can communicate about prescriptions and refill requests.

In addition to presiding over the medical activities of Nevada Pediatric Specialists, Dr. Harold Zilberman shares his expertise with aspiring doctors and pediatric residents via an Assistant Professor position at Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine and a volunteer clinical faculty role at the University of Nevada School of Medicine.

Dr. Harold Zilberman belongs to the American Board of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. He has served on a number of hospital committees, including a Pediatric Performance Improvement Committee and Trauma Committee.