In 1987, Nadia Kiderman graduated from Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine where she received her DDS degree. Prior to graduating dental school, Nadia did externships at 2 New York hospitals. She was fortunate to do a rotation in maxillofacial surgery at the Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City.
Kiderman was part of a team comprised of residents and attendants who operated on trauma patients focusing on post-motor vehicle accidents, kids with congenital anomalies as well as reconstructive surgeries.
Following the externships, Kiderman completed her residency in General Dentistry at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center. There, she delivered clinical care to patients with many different medical conditions; some of which were performed in the operating room under general anesthesia.
After the completion of her residency, Kiderman joined a private practice in general and cosmetic dentistry located on 50th Park Avenue. At the practice, she diagnosed and provided clinical care to patients as well as administered nitrous oxide when required.
After many more years of private practice, Kiderman became interested in other health areas. She went out and organized the Physicians Network Group of which she became the Chief Executive Officer of. The company worked in conjunction with hospitals, physicians, social workers and discharge planners in different hospitals and long-term nursing home facilities. She sought out to achieve the high quality of care for patients.
Kiderman has also worked at the Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center in NYC; a hospital for adults and children with developmental disabilities.