Dexter A. McKenzie, RPH, MD

Dexter A. McKenzie, RPH, MD

Internal Medicine & Pediatrics

Internship: Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, Kings County Hospital, NY
Residency: Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, Kings County Hospital, NY
MD: Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN
BS: Pharmaceutical & Health Sciences, Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY
Member: National Medical Association, Empire State Medical Association, Medical Society of State of New York, Kings County Medical Society, Provident Clinical Society of Brooklyn (President)
Language Spoken: English

Dr. McKenzie has served the Central Brooklyn community for three decades as a physician, community health educator, youth mentor, advocate for single mothers and senior citizens, patron of the arts and supporter of the community’s small business enterprises.

Dr. McKenzie moved to Central Brooklyn from the Caribbean in 1971, attended the city’s public schools, then earned degrees in chemistry, pharmaceutical sciences and medicine from Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee. He completed residency training at Kings County Hospital and Downstate Medical Center in internal medicine and pediatrics. Dr. McKenzie is the recipient of numerous awards, honors and special recognition for his dedication and tireless work, which has earned him the title “The People’s Doctor.”

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