Jack Stern, MD, PhD, FACS

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Jack Stern, MD, PhD, FACS

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Co-Founder & Medical Director

I have always known I wanted to become a physician. I come from a family of physicians. My father was an obstetrician, my uncle was a surgeon, my aunt was an internist, and my mother was a nurse. Yes, I learned from a very early age that being a physician was a noble profession and although today’s medicine presents many significant challenges, I still come home most every day with a sense that I have helped someone and I have been there for someone. I know that I cannot cure every patient but it gratifies me to know that I may have been able to contribute just a little bit to someone’s betterment.

I went to Medical School at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York. My original intent was to become an academic researcher, and upon graduation, received both a Doctor of Philosophy degree and a degree of Doctor of Medicine I was fortunate to then be accepted into the General Surgery program at NYU-Bellevue where I spent two years before spending another four years at the prestigious Neurosurgical Institute at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. My first position was at the State University of New York but after a short period of time, I was offered an assistant professorship at Tufts University in Boston, where I practiced for four years doing both clinical research and carrying a full operative schedule.

Today I serve as SPN’s President and Medical Director, overseeing the stellar team of neurologists and neurophysiologists who deliver IOM care each day.

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