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Published by Orlando Health, 2020-02-10 16:43:58

Orlando Health SpecialtyNews

2020 | Volume 3 | Issue 1

INSIDE THIS ISSUE SPECIALTYnews Non-Profit SPECIALTYnews 2020| Volume 3 | Issue 1 2020| Volume 3 | Issue 1
Organization
1 Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic MAILING ADDRESS U.S. Postage
Partnership
1414 Kuhl Ave., MP 56 PAID
2-4 Meet Our New Orlando, FL 32806
Orthopedic Specialists Permit No. 3459
Orlando, FL
5 HIPEC Procedure
The 24 specialists of Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic have joined
6 Robotic Spine Surgery Orlando Health in a next-generation partnership.

6 Brain & Spine Tumor Clinic If you do not wish to receive future mailings, please email your name, address and the type Sharing a history of innovation in healthcare, Steven C. Choung, MD
of mailing you no longer wish to receive to [email protected] both Jewett and Orlando Health are committed
7 Zephyr Valve Procedure to continually elevating orthopedic medicine to ORTHOPEDICS
help Central Floridians enjoy long, active lives. Downtown Orlando, University
7 Same-Day/Next-Day (407) 629-2444
Appointments Brian K. Barnard, MD Board-certified orthopedic surgeon
with focus on foot and ankle care,
8-13 Meet Our New Specialists ORTHOPEDICS and sports medicine
Winter Park
14 Triton System in the (407) 629-2444 Jeffrey A. Deren, MD
Delivery Room Board-certified orthopedic surgeon
focusing on hand and shoulder injuries ORTHOPEDICS
14 Top Cardiac Surgery as well as reconstruction of chronic University
Recognition arthritic conditions (407) 629-2444
Board certified in orthopedic
STS Recognizes Orlando Health Launches Mark A. Beckner, MD surgery with special training in hand
Cardiac Surgery Partnership, Hospital with and upper extremity procedures
with Top Honors Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic ORTHOPEDICS
Maitland, Winter Park Pratik P. Desai, MD, MS
Orlando Health has again received the Delivery-Room Technology Two longtime leaders in caring for Central Florida are uniting to benefit today’s healthcare (407) 629-2444
highest rating in two categories measured Alerts Clinicians to Hemorrhaging consumers. Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic has joined Orlando Health, bringing together the Board-certified orthopedic surgeon who ORTHOPEDICS
for adult cardiac surgery by the Society of most respected orthopedic and sports medicine practices in the region. This next-generation specializes in spine, back and neck Lake Mary, Winter Park
Thoracic Surgeons (STS). In its most recent Artificial intelligence technology is being used to alert clinicians to partnership creates a premier team of orthopedic providers you won’t find anywhere else in procedures, and minimally invasive spinal (407) 629-2444
comprehensive ratings, Orlando Health unexpected obstetric hemorrhaging in the labor and delivery suites Central Florida — or the southeastern United States. techniques A board-certified orthopedic surgeon
ranked in the top tier for coronary artery of Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies. with special interest in arthroplasty of
bypass surgery (CABG) and combined Uniting these two great teams enables us to pursue “This partnership unites two organizations that have Joseph B. Billings, DO the hip and knee, MAKOplasty robotic
aortic valve replacement (AVR) + CABG Known as the Triton system, the AI platform uses computer vision and machine- projects that can improve the health of our region for the vision to elevate care, training and innovation in surgery and joint replacement
surgeries. These accomplishments earned learning algorithms along with an iPad camera to estimate blood loss in real time. decades to come, says David Strong, president and CEO of orthopedics,” says Mike Jablonski, MD, president of Jewett ORTHOPEDICS
Orlando Health STS’ 3-star rating in two Orlando Health Winnie Palmer is the first facility in Central Florida and the largest- Orlando Health. One such project is creating a destination Orthopaedic Clinic. “We are excited to join an active, Winter Park, University Patrick F. Emerson, MD
overall categories. volume delivery hospital in the nation to integrate this advanced system. orthopedic facility on Orlando Health’s downtown integrated, high-quality healthcare system like Orlando (407) 629-2444
This is the ninth consecutive top rating for In the delivery room, the Triton system analyzes images of surgical sponges, canisters campus. The Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Hospital Health and help usher in the next generation Board-certified orthopedic surgeon ORTHOPEDICS
Orlando Health for CABG, and a 3-star and other materials used to collect blood, then weighs the items on a Bluetooth- will be dedicated to outstanding customer service and of orthopedic care.” with special training in knee and Sand Lake/Dr. Phillips, Winter Park,
rating in this category was achieved by connected scale. That data enables Triton to precisely calculate the amount of blood lost exceptional patient outcomes. The newly formed orthopedic group will lead the shoulder care, sports medicine and Windermere
only 7.36 percent of participating cardiac during labor and delivery, and alert the medical team when hemorrhaging occurs. development of the Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic joint replacement (407) 629-2444
surgery centers. For AVR+CABG surgeries, Historically, clinicians have relied on visual estimates or pen and paper calculations to The Jewett and Orlando Health partnership brings Hospital, a 195,000-square-foot inpatient facility Board certified in orthopedic surgery
this is Orlando Health’s fifth consecutive measure blood loss. Triton removes the subjectivity of manually estimating by eyesight together three key elements that set the program apart exclusively for orthopedic patients. Orlando Health plans John R. Chase, MD with a special focus on shoulder and
top rating, which was achieved by only alone and offers superior accuracy when compared to visual estimation and from others across the nation: to break ground on the $250 million hospital this spring. hand injuries
4.81 percent of cardiac surgery centers. weighing of sponges. “With all of the pieces in place — physician training, ORTHOPEDICS
The advantages of the Triton system are far-reaching, says Lorraine Parker, patient care • A robust outpatient practice with recognized leaders top-quality providers and the busiest trauma program Lake Mary Adam S. Fenichel, MD
14 administrator at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer. It has demonstrated that accurate, in the state — we expect that the Orlando Health (407) 629-2444
real-time estimation of blood loss can lead to early recognition of hemorrhage, earlier in private orthopedic and sports medicine Jewett Orthopedic Hospital will care for more patients Board-certified orthopedic surgeon ORTHOPEDICS
interventions, reduced blood transfusions and shortened length of stay for patients. upon opening than any other orthopedic facility in the whose specialties include knee care Lake Mary, Winter Park
• An internationally known trauma program Southeast,” says Strong. and sports medicine (407) 629-2444
© 2020 Orlando Health BGD 9932 • One of the nation’s top training programs for A board-certified orthopedic surgeon
2 with expertise in hand surgery
orthopedic physicians

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Specialists of the Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic SPECIALTYnews

Luis A. Gandara, MD Vivek Kumar, DO Randall T. Rust, MD HIPEC: Concentrated Treatment for GI Tumors

ORTHOPEDICS ORTHOPEDICS ORTHOPEDICS The innovative hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemoperfusion (HIPEC) procedure offers an effective
Lake Mary, Windermere Winter Park, Downtown Orlando, Winter Park, Windermere, Sand Lake/ alternative for treating gastrointestinal cancers in the abdominal cavity by delivering a high concentration
(407) 629-2444 Windermere Dr. Phillips of chemotherapy directly to the abdominal tumor itself.
Board certified in physical medicine (407) 629-2444 (407) 629-2444
and rehabilitation with specialized Board certified in physical medicine Board-certified orthopedic surgeon with “HIPEC minimizes the toxicity Surgeons start the process with HIPEC is more effective
training in sports medicine and rehabilitation, focusing on fellowship training in sports medicine; associated with traditional cytoreductive surgery (CRS), or tumor with certain cell types and
nonsurgical orthopedic care and special interest in knee and shoulder care, intravenous dosing,” says Rajesh M. debulking. After the surgeon removes most effective if a complete
Kurt A. Gasner, MD pain management joint replacement and MAKOplasty Nair, MD, an oncologist specializing all visible tumors from the abdomen, cytoreduction can be performed.
robotic surgery in gastrointestinal surgery at Orlando a heated chemotherapy solution “We would be more willing to
ORTHOPEDICS Sean M. McFadden, DO Health UF Health Cancer Center. is circulated throughout the open perform the procedure on a
Downtown Orlando Michael P. Silverstein, MD A two-phase process performed on peritoneal cavity for 90 to 120 minutes. patient with a large amount of
(407) 629-2444 ORTHOPEDICS the same day, HIPEC procedures The chemotherapy solution is then disease if their tumor type is
A board-certified orthopedic surgeon East Orlando ORTHOPEDICS can take 8 to 14 hours to complete. removed and the abdomen closed. favorable,” says Dr. Nair. “For
specializing in shoulder care, trauma (407) 629-2444 Winter Park, Sand Lake/Dr. Phillips They are most effective in treating less favorable tumor types,
injuries and hand surgery Board certified in orthopedics and specializing in (407) 629-2444 certain tumors of the GI tract, as well Candidates for HIPEC treatment better candidates will have a low
knee and shoulder injuries, sports medicine, joint Fellowship-trained in spine care with a as peritoneal-based tumors such as must exhibit good overall health volume of disease, so a complete
Matthew D. Hurbanis, MD replacement and MAKOplasty robotic surgery focus on minimally invasive surgery of the mesothelioma. Following treatment, cytoreduction is achievable.”
spine and motion preservation surgery patients remain in the hospital for 10 and fitness. Organ function,
ORTHOPEDICS Craig M. Mintzer, MD, MBA to 14 days. nutritional parameters, the type To refer a patient, or for a
Downtown Orlando, Winter Park, Reginald L. Tall, MD of tumor present and the amount consultation, please call
Windermere ORTHOPEDICS 5 (321) 841-1838.
(407) 629-2444 Maitland, Winter Park ORTHOPEDICS of existing disease must be
A board-certified orthopedic surgeon with (407) 629-2444 Winter Park considered as well.
special interest in knee and shoulder care, Board-certified orthopedic surgeon with special (407) 629-2444
sports medicine, joint replacement and interest in sports medicine, knee and shoulder Board-certified orthopedic surgeon
MAKOplasty robotic surgery care, and advanced arthroscopic surgery specializing in spine care and surgery

Michael V. Jablonski, MD John A. Papa, MD Joseph C. Tutorino, MD

ORTHOPEDICS ORTHOPEDICS ORTHOPEDICS
Downtown Orlando, Lake Mary, University Winter Park Lake Mary, Winter Park
(407) 629-2444 (407) 629-2444 (407) 629-2444
Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Board-certified orthopedic surgeon
specializing in shoulder and knee care, specializing in the full spectrum of acute with fellowship training in sports
MAKOplasty robotic surgery, joint and chronic foot and ankle conditions medicine; specializes in knee, shoulder
replacement and sports medicine and hip care as well as joint replacement
Janet M. Robison, MD and fractures
Richard M. Konsens, MD
ORTHOPEDICS Colleen M. Zittel, MD
ORTHOPEDICS Sand Lake/Dr. Phillips, Winter Park,
University, Winter Park Windermere ORTHOPEDICS
(407) 629-2444 (407) 629-2444 Lake Mary, Winter Park
Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Board-certified orthopedic surgeon (407) 629-2444
with special interest in knee and shoulder with fellowship training in knee care; Board certified in physical medicine
injuries, joint replacement, MAKOplasty special interest in sports medicine and and rehabilitation, and
robotic surgery joint replacement electrodiagnostic medicine

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2020| Volume 3 | Issue 1 SPECIALTYnews

Brain or Spine Tumor? New GPS-Guided System Zephyr Valve System Aids More Specialists Offering
This Clinic Helps Patients Enhances Spine Surgery Emphysema Sufferers Same-Day and Next-Day
Avoid the ED Appointments
Combining image-guided navigation with A new pulmonary valve treatment designed to help
To minimize the amount of time some brain and a robotic arm for precise trajectory emphysema sufferers breathe easier with no incision When your patients need to see a
spine patients must spend in the ED — or bypass alignment, the new ExcelsiusGPS® or cutting is now offered at Orlando Health Orlando specialist fast, there’s no need to wait
it altogether — Orlando Health has launched Robotic Navigation system Regional Medical Center (ORMC), the first hospital in any longer than the same day or next
the Brain and Spine Therapeutic Evaluation and enhances outcomes for Central Florida to provide the procedure. day. Orlando Health now offers rapid
Management (TEAM) Clinic. A collaboration of the neurospine surgery patients. access to a wide range of specialists
Orlando Health Neuroscience and Rehabilitation The GPS-guided technology The Zephyr® Endobronchial Valve System, a minimally invasive for patients with urgent needs.
Institute and Orlando Health UF Health Cancer can be used for minimally endoscopic lung-volume reduction therapy, is the first FDA-approved
Center, the clinic provides specialized testing and invasive or conventional device for patients with severe emphysema, a progressive form of Specialties include:
appraisal of brain and spine lesions. open-spine surgery. It chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
supports screw placement Using a standard bronchoscope, Zephyr’s one-way valves are placed Urologic Care: Patients with urgent
Not all brain or spinal masses are urgently for a variety of different in targeted airways by a flexible delivery catheter. Once implanted, the urologic issues can get treatment faster
dangerous. Nor are all such lesions or tumors approaches, including valves prevent airflow into the lung’s diseased region, while allowing and possibly avoid the emergency
cancerous. And, a patient’s symptoms may posterior cervical, posterior trapped air and fluids to escape. Post-treatment, the lungs expand and room. Orlando Health Medical Group
not be supported by image findings. thoracic, sacroiliac, posterior function more efficiently. Patients breathe easier, have less shortness of offers a same-day stone program that
lumbar and lateral lumbar in breath and become more active and energetic. The system is removable, includes triage, imaging and surgical
Keeping these nuances in mind, the TEAM Clinic the lateral position. preserving future treatment options for patients. stone removal.
can rapidly evaluate patients, advance diagnosis “Spinal navigation provides “This treatment improves lung function, exercise capacity and quality
and accelerate patient care, thus reducing real-time imaging of the patient’s of life,” says Mark A. Vollenweider, MD, interventional pulmonologist Oncology Care: Ease patients’ minds
unnecessary ED visits. and section chief for pulmonary medicine at Orlando Health ORMC. and help them start treatment sooner
anatomy, allowing for the precise planning “Prior to this new valve treatment, emphysema management included with comprehensive same-day/next-
“Our brain and spinal specialists will evaluate and placement of surgical implants,” says Virgilio Matheus, MD, medication, oxygen therapy, major surgery or lung transplant.” day oncology appointments through
patients quickly to expedite diagnosis,” says a neurosurgeon with the Orlando Health Neuroscience and The role of these valves was evaluated in the LIBERATE study Orlando Health UF Health Cancer
Marshall C. Cress, MD, a neurosurgeon with the Rehabilitation Institute. “Surgeons can preplan and implant each screw published in American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Center. More than 80 percent of
Orlando Health Neuroscience and Rehabilitation safely and precisely in the perfect location during every procedure. This results in 2018. Zephyr was granted Breakthrough Device designation by the referred patients are offered same-day/
Institute. “Should surgery be required, we have in less operating time and less time a patient spends under general anesthesia.” FDA based on positive clinical data from this pivotal study. Orlando next-day appointments.
a state-of-the-art facility and a supporting staff On the day of surgery, medical images of the patient’s spine are Health ORMC participated in the LIBERATE study.
of other medical specialists to handle the imported into ExcelsiusGPS, then used to determine implant For more information or to refer a patient, call (321) 841-7856. Cardiology Care: When your patients
complexity of these cases.” placement. The images create a pathway to guide the robotic arm, need nonemergency cardiac care,
similar to a planned route on a car’s GPS. A specially trained 7 whether preventive, interventional or
Diagnostic recommendations and treatment surgeon uses this route to accurately place the implants using rehabilitative, get them a fast-pass to
planning are provided on-site to identify the instruments on the robotic arm, all the while monitoring the a specialist with next-day cardiology
appropriate approach. The multispecialty team procedure on the screen. appointments offered at nearly two
includes radiologists, neurosurgeons and This robotic guidance and navigation system improves safety, dozen locations of Orlando Health
radiation oncologists. These experts analyze minimizes radiation exposure, streamlines workflow and is Heart Institute Cardiology Group.
the entire spectrum of care options to choose the compatible with preoperative CT, intraoperative CT and
least invasive method for a patient’s diagnosis fluoroscopic imaging modalities. Upcoming enhancements will Pediatric Care: Orlando Health’s
and treatment. incorporate the use of spine cages, spacers and other surgical tools pediatric specialists offer same-day/
into procedures performed with the robotic arm. next-day appointments for cardiology,
To refer a patient or speak to a physician For more information, or to refer a patient, call (321) 841-7550. urology, surgery, and pediatric and
at the Brain and Spine TEAM Clinic, adolescent gynecology. The majority
call (321) 841-2728. of pediatric specialists are able to see
patients for next-day appointments
6 when urgent matters arise.


Meet Our New Specialists Daniel Anscher, MD Janusz Burzynski, MD Sean Coad, PsyD

From November 2018 through October HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
2019, 53 doctors in more than 30 specialties Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus
across the adult and pediatric spectrum (321) 843-7440 (321) 841-6128 (321) 841-3820
joined Orlando Health. They share a Provides personalized care and Board-certified pediatric cardiologist Areas of interest include acquired
dedication to quality care, evidence-based advanced treatments for each stage with special interest in therapeutic brain injuries
protocols and innovative treatments to of cancer cardiac catheterization
benefit your patients. Their addition is a Walter Conlan, MD
critical component in our efforts to continue Imran M. Bawaney, MD Parimalkumar Chaudhari, MD
expanding access for healthcare consumers WOUND CARE
across Central Florida. CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE PULMONARY AND CRITICAL CARE Downtown Orlando Campus
Downtown Orlando Campus MEDICINE (407) 339-4499
Maggie Abraham, MD, (321) 841-6444 Downtown Orlando Campus and Board certified in wound management,
MSc, MACOG Board certified in cardiovascular Longwood undersea and hyperbaric medicine,
disease and nuclear cardiology (407) 265-7775 and physical medicine and
PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT Board certified in critical care and rehabilitation
GYNECOLOGY Luis E. Bello-Espinosa, MD pulmonary diseases
Downtown Orlando Campus Tarek Dammad, MD
(321) 841-5530 PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY Shehzad H. Choudry, MD
Board certified in pediatric obstetrics Downtown Orlando Campus PULMONARY AND CRITICAL CARE
and gynecology (321) 842-6671 PAIN MANAGEMENT MEDICINE
Board-certified pediatric neurologist Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus and
Saba Ahmad, MD with special interest in migraines and (321) 841-1570 Longwood
epilepsy; fluent in English and Spanish Board certified in neurology and (407) 265-7775
NONINVASIVE CARDIOLOGY pain management; specialties include Board certified in critical care
Dr. Phillips Area Justin Adam de Boer, MD interventional pain management and and pulmonary diseases
(321) 841-6444 conditions such as chronic back pain,
Board-certified noninvasive cardiologist PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY compression fractures, degenerative Ahmad Rawhi El-Far, MD
with clinical interests in cardiac Downtown Orlando Campus disc disease and herniated discs; also
computed tomography, preventive (321) 841-3338 focuses on treatments that include HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY
medicine and valvular heart disease Clinical interests in allergic disorders, spinal cord stimulation, radiofrequency Downtown Orlando Campus
inflammatory bowel disease and ablation, kyphoplasty and intrathecal (321) 841-1893
Eman Albaddawi, MD gastrointestinal permeability; fluent in therapies as well as the MILD® Treats patients with blood disorders
English and Spanish procedure and all types of and solid malignancies; special interest
PULMONARY AND CRITICAL CARE spinal injections in gastrointestinal cancer
MEDICINE Robert B. Boswell, MD
Downtown Orlando Campus Kristin E. Clemons, MD Larry G. Ferachi, MD
(321) 841-7856 INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY
Clinical interest in cystic fibrosis, North Orlando PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY
pulmonary hypertension, asthma and (407) 896-0054 REHABILITATION West Orange County
COPD Board certified in Downtown Orlando Campus (321) 841-6444
cardiovascular medicine (407) 649-6151 Diagnoses cardiac diseases and
8 Board certified in adult and pediatric conditions, and recommends
physical medicine and rehabilitation treatment options

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Paul M. Foreman, MD Michael Hanna, MD Lauren C. Kane, MD, FACS, Joseph K. Meunier, DO,
FACC FACOOG
NEUROSURGERY CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY
Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
(321) 841-7550 (321) 841-7700 Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus
Fellowship-trained neurosurgeon Board certified in general surgery with (321) 841-6128 (321) 841-8393
with special interest in specialized training in thoracic surgery Fellowship trained in pediatric Board certified in obstetrics and gynecology,
cerebrovascular conditions congenital heart surgery and pediatric and gynecologic oncology with advanced
Brian Harris, MD cardiothoracic surgery training in robotic surgery
Monica Friedman, DO
PEDIATRIC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND Jennifer K. Logan, MD Yahaira Ortiz-Gonzalez, MD
PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus RADIATION ONCOLOGY CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND
(321) 843-9400 (321) 841-9340 Downtown Orlando Campus NONINVASIVE CARDIOLOGY
Board certified in pediatric Board-certified pediatrician with (321) 841-8650 Kissimmee, Celebration and
rheumatology fellowship training in developmental Specializes in gastrointestinal and Dr. Phillips Area
and behavioral pediatrics gynecologic oncology (321) 841-6444
Muhammad S. Ghumman, MD Board certified in echocardiography and
Michelle Hidalgo, MD Sean Meiner, MD nuclear cardiology; fluent in English and
INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY Spanish
Longwood PEDIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE NEUROSURGERY
(321) 841-6444 Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus Carol Ramirez Rojas, MD
Board-certified in echocardiography, (321) 841-2245 (321) 841-7550
cardiovascular disease and Optimizes the quality of life for children Board-certified neurosurgeon ENDOCRINOLOGY
interventional cardiology with chronic or terminal illnesses; fluent specializing in diseases of the spine Kissimmee and Downtown Orlando
in English and Spanish and neuro trauma Campus
Stephanie J. Ha-Chen, MD (321) 842-1180
Ameet Hingwe, MD Caleb Mercado, MD Board certified in adult endocrinology,
PEDIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE diabetes and metabolism; fluent in English
Downtown Orlando Campus INFECTIOUS DISEASE INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY and Spanish
(321) 841-2245 Downtown Orlando Campus Downtown Orlando Campus and
Board-certified pediatrician (407) 423-1039 Oviedo Arthur Raptoulis, MD
specializing in pediatric palliative care Board certified in infectious diseases (321) 841-6444
Board-certified cardiologist with PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY
Esther Han, DO Christine E. Jablonski, MD fellowship training in interventional Downtown Orlando Campus
cardiology; fluent in English and Spanish (321) 841-6128
UROLOGY BONE HEALTH Board-certified pediatric cardiologist
Dr. Phillips and Ocoee Downtown Orlando Campus Catherine E. Mercado, MD
(407) 298-6950 (321) 843-7527 Kathleen M. Relihan, MD
Fellowship-trained urologist with Board-certified internal medicine RADIATION ONCOLOGY
a special interest in female pelvic physician with expertise in bone health Downtown Orlando Campus GENERAL SURGERY
medicine and reconstructive surgery and osteoporosis care (321) 841-8650 Downtown Orlando Campus
Specializes in pediatric, central (407) 649-6884
10 nervous system, and head and neck Board-certified general surgeon with
cancers; fluent in English and Spanish fellowship training in surgical critical care

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Jonathan Rodriguez-Ortiz, MD Khurram Shahzad, MD, FACC Gerson Antonio Valencia Brittany Warren, MD
Villeda, MD
INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY GENERAL SURGERY
Downtown Orlando Campus Apopka and Summerport PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY Downtown Orlando Campus
(321) 841-6444 (321) 841-6444 Downtown Orlando Campus (407) 649-6884
Board certified in cardiovascular Board-certified invasive cardiologist with (407) 649-6907 Board-certified general surgeon
disease with Level III training in clinical interests in cardiovascular disease, Board certified in pediatric cardiology with fellowship training in surgical
multimodality cardiovascular imaging heart failure and transplants with special interest in pediatric critical care
(MRI) and computed tomography (CT); pulmonary hypertension
fluent in English and Spanish Raghav Sharma, MD
Egerton van den Berg, MD Avery C. Wright, DO
Christian Rosado, MD INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY
Downtown Orlando Campus INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY PEDIATRIC NEURO-ONCOLOGY
NEUROLOGY (321) 841-6444 North Orlando Downtown Orlando Campus
Downtown Orlando Campus Board-certified cardiologist with fellowship (407) 896-0054 (321) 841-8588
(321) 841-3500 training in interventional cardiology Board certified in cardiovascular Board certified in pediatric
Board certified in neurology and disease and fellowship trained in hematology-oncology; fellowship
vascular neurology with clinical interest Ruth Strakosha, MD interventional cardiology training in pediatric hematology,
in stroke diagnosis and care oncology, stem cell transplantation
UROLOGY and pediatric neuro-oncology
Robert B. Rothbard, MD Downtown Orlando Campus
(877) 876-3627 Arnaldo Velez, MD Carlos R. Zayas-Torres, MD
INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY Fellowship-trained urologist with clinical
North Orlando interests in conditions affecting men and NEUROLOGY CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
(407) 896-0054 women’s urinary tract and reproductive Downtown Orlando Campus Kissimmee, Celebration and
Board certified in cardiovascular systems, as well as robotic surgery (321) 841-3500 Dr. Phillips Area
disease, nuclear cardiology and Board certified in adult neurology and (321) 841-6444
interventional cardiology Yoreidy M. Vasquez Tavarez, Board certified in adult neurology and Board-certified cardiologist; fluent
PhD vascular neurology with particular in English and Spanish
Rishi K. Sehgal, MD interest in stroke prevention as well as
PEDIATRIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGY acute stroke management
PULMONARY AND CRITICAL CARE Downtown Orlando Campus
MEDICINE (321) 841-5725 Doctors in More than 30 Specialties Joined Orlando Health
Downtown Orlando Campus Clinical pediatric neuropsychologist
(321) 841-7856 BONE HEALTH | CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
Board certified in pulmonary disease Manas Upadhyaya, MD ENDOCRINOLOGY | GENERAL SURGERY | GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
with fellowship training in critical care
medicine VASCULAR NEUROLOGY HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY | INFECTIOUS DISEASE | INTERVENTIONAL
Downtown Orlando Campus CARDIOLOGY | INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY | NEUROLOGY | NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
Kareem Shaath, MD (321) 841-3500 NEUROSURGERY | NONINVASIVE CARDIOLOGY | PEDIATRIC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND
Fellowship trained in vascular neurology;
ORTHOPEDIC TRAUMA SURGERY areas of interest include stroke DEVELOPMENT | PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY | PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY
Downtown Orlando Campus PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY | PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY |
(321) 843-5851
A fellowship-trained orthopedic trauma PEDIATRIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGY | PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT GYNECOLOGY
surgeon; fluent in English and Arabic PEDIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE | PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY
PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
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PULMONARY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE | RADIATION ONCOLOGY
VASCULAR NEUROLOGY

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