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Healthcare Directory—Seth M. Zeidman MD

Last directory upload February-17-2021

Seth M. Zeidman MD

Seth M. Zeidman MD

Neurological Surgery

Medical School / Professional School:
Duke University School of Medicine

American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS)

Dr. Zeidman attended Duke University for both undergraduate and medical school. He graduated with honors from Trinity College of Duke University. He graduated from Duke University School of Medicine with Special Recognition for excellence in Internal Medicine and Pathology. He completed an internship in General Surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital as well as a Residency in Neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Zeidman completed a fellowship in Neurosurgical Research with an emphasis on brain and spinal tumors at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda Maryland. Following a year as the Assistant Chief of Service at the Johns Hopkins Hospital he served in the US Army as director of Neurosurgical Spinal Surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He relocated to Rochester in 1999 and was appointed the director of Complex Spinal Neurosurgery at the University of Rochester – Strong Memorial Hospital.

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Rochester Brain & Spine Neurosurgery & Pain Management

400 Red Creek Drive Suite 120
Rochester New York 14623
Monroe County
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Rochester New York 14622
Monroe County
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