James M. Rubin, MD

Dr. Rubin is a graduate of Columbia College, New York Medical College and interned at Mount Sinai, with an internal medicine residency at Beth Israel Hospital and fellowship at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital. He served in the army in a MASH unit during the Berlin Crisis from 1961-1962, and worked in private practice for 47 years as an allergist and immunologist.

Dr. Rubin was the Chief of the Allergy Division at Beth Israel Medical Center for 45 years, and President of the Medical Board there for six years. He received an award for his 50 years of service on the staff.

He has two daughters and six grandchildren. He serves on the Community Health Education Committee and Gala Committee.