Dr. Bruce Grossinger

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Dr. Bruce Grossinger is a highly esteemed medical professional and a prominent figure in the Philadelphia healthcare community. With a strong academic background and extensive experience in neurology, he has made significant contributions to patient care and sports medicine.

 

Dr. Grossinger embarked on his academic journey at Lehigh University, where he excelled academically and graduated magna cum laude in 1981. Following his passion for medicine, he pursued his medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, completing his studies in June 1985. During this time, he had the opportunity to intern at Philadelphia’s Metropolitan Hospital, gaining valuable hands-on experience in a clinical setting.

 

Driven by his dedication to furthering his medical expertise, Dr. Grossinger continued his training as a neurology specialist at The New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York. Here, he served as chief resident in the neurology department, honing his skills under the guidance of experienced mentors.

 

Throughout his career, Dr. Grossinger has been affiliated with several esteemed hospitals in the Philadelphia area. Notable institutions where he has worked include Taylor Hospital, Crozer Chester Medical Center, Riddle Hospital, Springfield Hospital, and Christiana Hospital, among others. His commitment to providing exceptional care to patients has earned him a reputation as a compassionate and skilled physician.

 

In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Grossinger has also gained recognition for his involvement in the world of sports. Affectionately known as “Bruce the Sports Doc,” he has shared his expertise and passion for sports medicine as a broadcaster. For many years, he has covered Philadelphia teams on ESPN Radio and VoiceAmerica, bringing his medical insights and analysis to a broad audience. As a lifelong fan, he holds season tickets for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia 76ers, showcasing his unwavering support for the local sports community.

 

Dr. Bruce Grossinger’s exceptional medical career, combined with his deep involvement in sports broadcasting, has solidified his status as a respected figure in both the medical and sports worlds. His commitment to providing outstanding patient care and his love for his hometown teams have endeared him to patients and sports enthusiasts alike. With his expertise, compassion, and dedication to advancing medical knowledge, Dr. Grossinger continues to make a positive impact on the lives of those he serves.

Professional Credentials

Education

  • Lehigh University, B.A. 1981 (Magna Cum Laude)
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, June 1985

Professional Experience:

  • Chief Resident, Neurology Department, The New York Medical College, July 1986 – June 1989
  • Clinical Neurodiagnostics Fellowship, Humana University Hospital and Veterans Administration Hospital, Kosair Children’s Hospital, University of Louisville Neurology Department, July 1989 – June 1990
  • Condensed Fellowship in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, American Society of Neuroimaging, January 2002
  • Neurologist, Taylor Hospital, Crozer Chester Medical Center, Riddle Hospital, Springfield Hospital, Christiana Hospital, and others

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