At the core of LIG Global’s mission is to educate and treat healthcare workers and patients around the world; this wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and effort of our talented volunteers! Dr. Margaret Dziadosz is a prime example of a dedicated and valuable volunteer on our team.
Having graduated from Ross University School of Medicine with High Honors and proceeding to complete her clinical training at Saint Barnabas Medical Center and fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at New York University, Dr. Dziadosz is an accomplished Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist who provides care at NJ Perinatal Associates’ 5 offices across New Jersey. Beyond being a physician, Dr. Dziadosz is an educator who has received multiple awards for her teaching and research. Specifically, her research interests focus on understanding the cervix and preterm birth, labor patterns, nutrition, and weight gain in pregnancy. Her compassion and devotion to her work most recently stems from becoming a mother, which helps her form more genuine relationships with her patients and empathize with them in a unique manner.
Dr. Dziadosz’s passion for helping women led to her connecting with the LIG Global team in 2011 during her residency through mentors. In her 10 years with the organization, Dr. Dziadosz has established herself as a vital member of our medical programs, having journeyed with us to help heal and educate in countries such as India, the Dominican Republic, and Tanzania. Dr. Dziadosz explains why she feels so connected and devoted to working with LIG Global, stating,
“My calling is as a doctor. My passion is helping women. LIG Global allowed me to give back to those without by helping to care for women and children through procedures and education. My experiences were both unforgettable and incredibly humbling.”
Without Dr. Dziadosz, LIG Global would not be the organization it is today. We thank her for her years of service! For more information on Dr. Dziadosz and her work, visit https://njperinatal.com/margaret-m-dziadosz-md/.