Dr. Zacharia Reda is board-certified in pediatric medicine, pediatric critical care. He has been in practice for over 28 years, treating thousands of children in primary pediatric care, newborn, adolescent, pulmonary, critical and intensive care.
Dr. Reda served his pediatric internship and residency at Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York, and at LAC/USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, respectively. Additionally, he completed a pediatric critical care fellowship at UCLA.
He served as Associate Medical Director of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Miller Children’s Hospital and St. Vincent PICU. He also served as the Associate medical director of PICU at Valley Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Reda has served as the Medical Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital (FVRH) for the past 15 years. He was voted by his peers as chairman of Pediatric Department at FVRH.
Dr. Reda serves on the faculty at HOAG Hospital, Children Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), Miller Children’s Hospital. Misson Hospital and Saddle back Memorial hospital.
Dr. Reda is a clinical associate professor of pediatrics at UCI. He has taught residents and fellows at both UCI and UCLA for many years. He frequently participates in national and international medical society functions to present his research findings. Dr. Reda is specialized in primary pediatrics, newborn, children and adolescent medicine. He is also specialized in pediatric pulmonary, critical care, and emergency medicine. He treats asthma, chronic cough, and premature babies. He has performed over 1000 cases of flexible bronchoscopy to help diagnosed and treated infants and children with lung diseases.
Dr. Reda was voted by his peers as one of the “Best doctors of America in his field, 2013”
Dr. Reda was honored by the Orange County Medical Association (OCMA) as one of the top doctors in his field, as featured in the Orange Coast Magazine 2005- 2013.
He was also honored by his peers as one of the best doctors in CA, to be trusted by physicians to care for their own family as featured in the Los Angeles Magazine “Super Doctors” 2008-13.
The medical board requires 25 hours of CME to maintain a physician’s license, every year Dr. Reda participates in numerous international medical meetings and fulfills over 250 CME hrs yearly. He has received several CME awards and recognition from the American medical Association (AMA) and The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)