About Dr Frederick Gooding
At Gooding Medical Center in Wilmington, Delaware, President and CEO Dr. Frederick Gooding has performed in a variety of roles for his clients and those in his community. The Howard University College of Medicine graduate has focused on sports medicine, pain treatment, and analyzing patients with neuromusculoskeletal disorders. Beyond those duties, Dr. Frederick Gooding has also acted as an administrator, a clinician, a clinical preceptor, a team doctor, and a teacher.
People have sought out Dr. Frederick Gooding’s services for disability evaluations, to testify as an expert witness in trials, and to assist as a ringside physician. Dr. Frederick Gooding has also volunteered as a physician during the Special Olympics. Mentoring plays an important role for Dr. Frederick Gooding, who is renowned as a motivational speaker and encourages both adults and youths to better their lives. His contributions to the Lucy Wall and Ethel Gooding Memorial Scholarship Fund to further their efforts to give high school students a chance to attend college. Many organizations have honored Dr. Frederick Gooding due to his successes in the medical industry.
In addition to receiving a Congressional appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point while in college, Dr. Frederick Gooding also earned a spot on Who’s Who in California, a diplomacy from the Academy of International Medical Studies, and the rank of Medical Director for Peak Performance, Inc., in Washington, DC. The British government selected Dr. Frederick Gooding as its Medical Consultant in Bermuda, and the Physician Advisory Board to Wilmington Mayor James H. Sills, Jr. elected him as Chairman.
Further expanding his presence in the profession, Dr. Frederick Gooding gained membership to the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the National Medical Association, and the American Academy of Pain Management. He is also a former member of the American Medical Association and the DC Medical Association. During his spare time, Dr. Frederick Gooding enjoys reading classic books about philosophy, history, and African-American studies. Friedrich Nietzsche, Søren Kierkegaard, Booker T. Washington, Richard Wright, and Dr. Cornel West are some of Dr. Frederick Gooding’s favorite authors.