Company: Advanced Wound Care
Location: Miami, FL
Miami, Florida, January 4, 2011, Dr. Marcus Mason, President of Advanced Wound Care, has been recognized by Elite American Physicians for dedication, achievements, and leadership in geriatric and family medicine.
An accomplished physician renowned throughout the Miami, Florida area, Dr. Mason has spent his career radiating passion for his patients and helping them to progress to a steady level of health. After receiving an MD from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 1998, Dr. Mason began developing his skills in wound care, and internal, geriatric and family medicine through a fellowship with Jackson Memorial Hospital, and a residency with the Ochsner Health System. Thirteen years later, it is in these areas that he has established his career and demonstrated his comprehensive expertise.
To coincide with his commitment to lifelong learning, Dr. Mason constantly explores new areas of research with a genuine curiosity. Drawing inspiration from his mother, who taught him to encourage others and help them in any capacity he can, he has published more than 20 medical articles pertaining to his field. His case studies have made a profound influence on individuals across the country, and include research on idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura, vanishing bile duct syndrome, chronic lower extremity wounds, primary biliary sclerosis, anticonvulsant hypersensitivity syndrome, and the relationship between chlamydia pneumonia and heart disease. Further, Dr. Mason has conducted clinical reviews on endocarditis in the elderly and Paget’s disease in the elderly.
Dr. Mason maintains affiliation with the American Medical Association, FSMS, and the American Professional Wound Care Association. An award-winning physician, he was named Professional of the Year in 2008 by Biltmore Who’s Who. Similarly, he was named Professional of the Year representing Internal and Family Medicine by Cambridge Who’s Who in 2007. Currently, Dr. Mason is writing a manuscript entitled “Thirty Common Medical Conditions Affecting African Americans,” which will be centered on a variety of medical diseases and disorders and their influence on the African American community. In the future, he hopes to expand his clinic to other states in the southeast.
For more information about Dr. Mason, please visit http://www.marcusmason.com.
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