Marc A. Tanenbaum, MD
Over the last 30 years, Dr. Tanenbaum has built a stellar reputation in the Atlanta pediatric health care community. An experienced, ivy-league-trained physician, Dr. T, as his patients affectionately call him, built a successful, traditional practice in Atlanta. As insurance parameters encroached upon the time available to spend with his patients, Dr. T thought there had to be a better way to take care of children and teens. He founded Priority Pediatrics, P.C. in 2009 to continue so he could practice pediatric and adolescent medicine, and deliver the type of medical care that he believes all patients desire and deserve.
Credentials & Experience
Undergraduate Degree: Duke University, Bachelor of Science Medical Degree: University of Pennsylvania
Internship: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Residency: Boston City Hospital
Residency: Boston Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Chief Resident, Ambulatory Medicine
Fellowship: Instructor in Pediatrics - Harvard Medical School, Pediatrics
Northside Hospital, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta Medical Center, Emory Hospital Midtown
Greater Atlanta Pediatric Society, Cobb Pediatric Society, The American Medical Association, The Medical Association of Georgia, The American Academy of Pediatrics, The American Academy of Private Physicians, The American Academy of Concierge Pediatricans
Developmental/behavioral pediatrics, infectious diseases, asthma, and many others.
Making kids laugh, speaking like Donald Duck, the occasional magic trick
Dr. Tanenbaum has a wife, two grown daughters, wonderful sons-in-law, four grandkids, and three dogs. He is a voracious reader of medical journals and sci-fi. He practices Tai Chi, yoga, dabbles in tap dancing and has mastered the art of French omelet making. He loves sailing and now also enjoys the relaxation of cruising on the high seas and letting someone else steer the ship. He loves going to the movies and has enjoyed ballroom dance lessons. He loves pediatrics and treating your kids.
Dr. T is committed to ongoing and continuous education. He frequently attends medical lectures and conferences in and out-of-town.