Dr. Marc A. Lerner, Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

Dr. Marc A. Lerner, Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

  • Marc A Lerner MD
  • Appointments:
  • Specialties: Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, Pediatrics
  • Board Certified: Pediatrics, Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrics

Dr. Marc Lerner is a pediatric developmental and behaviorial physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County. He is on staff at CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange.

Marc A Lerner MD is on staff at CHOC Hospital in Orange .

Private Practice Locations

1 Medical Plaza Drive
Irvine, CA 92697
phone: 949-824-8600
fax: 949-824-8336

Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
2500 Red Hill Avenue
Suite 100
Santa Ana, CA 92705
phone: 949-267-0400
fax: 949-221-0004

More About Dr. Lerner

Chair, Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, CHOC Children's
  • Medical School
    Mt Sinai School of Medicine
  • Best Doctors in America
    Multiple years
  • AAP California Chapter 4: Special Achievement Award
    For service to the mental health needs of children in OC
  • Physician of Excellence
    Orange County Medical Association
  • Orange County Pediatric Society
  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Society for Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
  • Ambulatory Pediatric Association
  • Agency for Health Care Quality
  • Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
LJ Chamberlain, S Wu, MD, G Lewis, N Graff, J Javier, JSR Park, CL Johnson, SD Woods, M Patel, D Wong, GS Blaschke, M Lerner, A Kuo. A Multi-Institutional Medical Education Collaborative: Advocacy Training in California Pediatric Residency Programs. ACAD MED, In Press.

Mattingly, G, Surman CB, MD, Mao AR, Eagan C, Lerner MA, Improving communication in ADHD care: results from in-office linguistic research, CNS SPECTR. 2011 Apr 1. pii: Mattingly.

  • “The Pediatrician’s Role in the Evaluation of Learning Concerns Leading to Special School Services”
  • “Healthy Kids Make Successful Students, Presentation on Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing”
  • “Medical Issues that Can Effect Learning”
  • “Pediatric Psychopharmacology: A primer for educators”
  • “Teacher, Doctor: Discussion on Effective Tools for Collaboration between Educators and Health Care Providers”
  • “What does the new American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines for ADHD mean for physicians and families?”
  • “Building County-Wide Capacity for Developmental Screening”
  • “Connecting Schools and the Medical Community to Improve Student Outcomes”