Dr. Guerra is a seasoned healthcare professional with the ability to fuse clinical expertise and his passion for medical innovation. He is the founder and CEO of Itus Healthcare, a New Jersey Medical Device company and through a series of important research, product development and commercialization milestones, has led the Itus Healthcare team with the development of innovative products that address the prevention and control of Healthcare Associated Infections.
Dr. Guerra is the Founder and CEO, Itus Healthcare, LLC. Medical device company focused on innovative products for the prevention of Healthcare Associated Infections and
Present (1992 – present): Medical Director and Owner, College Plaza Pediatrics, PC, medium size pediatric ambulatory centers located in both Randolph and Hackettstown, New Jersey.
1987-1988: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, New York. Fifth Pathway Clinical Clerkship Program
1983-1987: Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico, Medical Degree
1977-1983: St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas, Bachelor of Science in Biology / Minor in Chemistry.
1991-1992: Chief Resident, Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey, Internal Medicine / Pediatrics Combined Residency Program
1988-1991: Internal Medicine / Pediatrics Combined Residency Program, Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey
1993-1996: Director of Ambulatory Pediatrics, Overlook Hospital. Summit, New Jersey. Directed pediatric education program for both medical students and residents from Columbia University, New York City.
With a long line of innovative applications and designs, Dr. Guerra has accomplished developing the following:
2015 – Co-Inventor of StethGuard
2014 – My Medical Inventory
2012 – Smart Phone (iPhone / Android) Application. “Kids Weight” application. Medical application for converting pediatric weights from gms. / kgs. to pounds/ ounces.
2011 – Smart Phone (iPhone / Android) Application. “The Baby Scale” application. Application for calculating percentage of body weight loss during the newborn period to assist pediatric healthcare professionals with newborn nutrition management.
2011 – Smart Phone (iPhone / Android) Application. “The Kids Fever MD” application. Application for calculating correct dosing of acetaminophen and ibuprofen for professional pediatric healthcare providers and consumers.
1997 – “Survanta®” NICU Palm Pilot Dosing Calculator for neonatologists. Mathematical calculator that provides accurate dosing in aliquots and positions for preterm / term infants with RDS based on infants weight.
1992 – Newborn Visual Stimulation Designs. Award winning visual stimulation designs for newborn infants. Developed visual stimulation designs used all over the world to enhance visual tracking in preterm and newborn infants. Designs licensed by Ross Labs® makers of Similac® from 1992-1995.
Volunteering is part of community team work that is no stranger to Dr. Guerra and we appreciate his time and support of the C Diff Foundation with the contributions he has made over the years with the following organizations:
2007: New York Marathon runner for the “Team for Kids”
2005: Foundation for Peace. Assisted this organization in providing formula and medical equipment for their programs in San Domingo
2004: Pediatrics AIDS work in Ethiopia, Africa
2001, September 11-13: 9/11 “First Responder” Physician at Ground Zero (World Trade Towers), New York, New York
1992-1994: Pediatric AIDS of Newark, New Jersey. Worked with children afflicted with AIDS and assisted with providing them physical exams for attending summer camps
1994-present: Developed fund drives for assisting various children with different life threatening diseases
2017 – Randolph Township Business Achievement Award – Itus Healthcare
New Jersey Top Docs – 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Patient’s Choice Award – 2009, 2010, 2011,2012, 2013 Compassionate Doctor Award 2009, 2010, 2011,2012, 2013
New Jersey Favorite Kids Doc Award – 2009 – 2017
Best Doctors in America, 2005 – present
1994- Present: Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics
1994-Present: Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics