Aventura Hospital andMedical Center is proud to announce the election of Martin Grossman, M.D. as the new Chief of Staff of the Medical Executive Committee. Dr. Grossman is replacing Charles Shenker, M.D. who will assume the new role of Immediate Past Chief of Staff for the next two-year term.
“We are excited to welcome our new Chief of Staff Dr. Grossman and the other members of the Medical Executive Committee to our Aventura Hospital family,” said Dianne Goldenberg, Chief Executive Officer of Aventura Hospital and Medical Center. “Each physician brings a unique perspective on caring for our community and I know their suggestions will help us continue our commitment to excellence in healthcare.”
Chief of Staff Martin Grossman will chair the Medical Executive Committee at Aventura Hospital for a two year term beginning January, 2013 and ending December, 2014. With more than 18 years on staff as a surgeon atAventura Hospital, and 30 plus years as a board certified general surgeon, Dr. Grossman lives by his motto for medicine ‘to provide the best quality care for patients in a compassionate and caring manner. The patient comes first. Everyone we see becomes part of our family.’
Dr. Grossman is a past Chief of Surgery atAventura Hospital and Medical Center and has held numerous committee appointments. A graduate of Chicago Medical School in Chicago, Il., he completed his internship, residency and fellowship training at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, NY.
“I am honored to have been elected to lead Aventura Hospital’s great team of renowned physicians and surgeons,” said Dr. Grossman. “I am privileged to be given the opportunity to guide an outstanding team of medical staff in delivering an excellent level of care through timely diagnosis, appropriate intervention, and exceptional emergency, surgical and medical treatment every day.”
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