DR. PHILLIP NEWCOMM
Dr. Phil Newcomm began practicing with Physicians To Children after completing his training at Miami Children’s Hospital in 1990. He received his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Newcomm is Board Certified in Pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a diplomat of the National Board of Medical examiners.
Dr. Newcomm has participated in Resident Teaching Rounds for over a decade, receiving the attending teaching award at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital (formerly Miami Children’s Hospital). He is a also a member and former president of the Greater Miami Pediatric Society. He has been named a Top Doctor by Miami Metro Magazine and been elected to Top Doctors, Best Doctors in America, and America's Top Pediatricians. He currently serves on the Board of Directors at Nicklaus Children's Hospital and is a former member of the Physicians Council at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
Dr. Newcomm is on the Board of Directors for The Two Hundred Club of Greater Miami, Inc., a lifeline for Law Enforcement and Firefighter Families. He is also on the board of directors for St. Thomas Episcopal Parish School and the advisory board for McGlannan School. Dr. Newcomm has an interest, not not only in general pediatrics, but particularly in the areas of allergy, asthma, and growth and development.
Beyond private practice, Dr. Newcomm is involved in the Open Door Medical Center in Homestead, providing care to children of migrant workers. He is also committed to His House Children's Home, providing care to infants of parents with drug abuse and to displaced children.
Dr. Newcomm was raised in Coral Gables and is married to Katie Brumbaugh Newcomm, also a lifelong Miami resident. They have three wonderful children. He and his family attend University Baptist Church in Coral Gables, where he has been a lifelong member and has served as chairman of the deacons and as a Sunday school teacher. He also serves on the board of directors for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
"It is a privilege and joy to help care for children and families. It is both energizing and rewarding, and a source of real fulfillment."