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Dr. Michael Nussbaum

Surgery
Jacksonville, FL
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About me
I specialize in
Surgery
Critical Care
I have been in practice
42 years
I speak
English
My answers and insights have
Helped 50 people
Here are kind words from others
My son had a simple surgery in Dec by another surgeon that went wrong and he had suffered pain and drainage for 4 months without any intervention. The original surgeon had no clue how to fix the problem or didn't care enough to do so. We saw a dramatic change in my son’s condition the very first week we started seeing Dr. Nussbaum, and my son has been on the way to a full recovery because he knew exactly what to do. He is an incredible doctor and person because he truly cares about his patients and not a single detail is overlooked. He listens to every word we speak and responds to each and every concern without failure. He is the perfect model of an ideal doctor. He is truly the best surgeon I have ever met and I have personally known many of them.
This Thanksgiving, I wanted to share my appreciation for all that you do! Thank you, doctor! :)
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I am located at
Department of Surgery
653 West 8th St
Jacksonville , FL 32209

Accepted Insurance Plans
Aetna
BlueCross BlueShield
UnitedHealthcare
AvMed Health Plans
Cigna
Humana
Medicaid
Medicare
I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Northwestern University
I've won the following awards
Distinguished Service Award, Ohio Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
Alpha Omega Alpha - Faculty Inductee, University of Cincinnati
Distinguished Leadership award, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, Greater Cincinnati Chapter
I've published
Proficiency of surgical faculty and residents with ethical dilemmas: is modeling enough?
J Surg Educ., Nov;69(6):780-4 (2012)
The gavel box.
Surgery., Oct;150(4):575-89 (2011)
Adjuvant nutrition management of patients with liver failure, including transplant.
Surg. Clin. North Am., Jun;91(3):565-78 (2011)