Murray Susser, MD
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Education

  • M.D. , University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 1966.

  • A.B. , English Writing, (Pre-Med) University of Pittsburgh, 1962.

  • University oŁ Vermont, Adult Education, 1958-1959.

  • Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie-Mellon University), 1952-1953; Drama Department, majored in directing and acting.

Experience

  • 1998-2000: Private Practice, Longevity Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

  • 1986-1997: Medical Director, Omnidox Medical Center, Santa Monica, CA, Private practice, Omnidox Medicine

  • 1996-1991: Attending Staff, Beverly Hills Medical Center

  • 1985: Private practice, Marina Del Rey, CA.

  • 1984-1985: Private Practice, Oklahoma City, OK.

  • Founded Wellness Weight Clinic in Oklahoma City, OK.

  • Hosted "House Calls " as Doctor Buz Susser on KTOK Radio

  • Appeared Bi-weekly on Channel 9, OKC, ABC affiliate

  • 1983: Co-Director, Atkins Center for Alternative Therapies, N.Y., NY.

  • 1981-83: Medical Director, Bio-Medical Health Center, N. Hollywood CA

  • 1978: Co-Host of What's New in Medicine, 13-segment syndicated TV series on 12 UHF stations, including New York, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, and Atlanta. Produced by Roger Willoughby-Ray

  • 1976-1977: Co-Hosted twice weekly medical tall-show on WEEP Radio (50,000 watt, ABC Network station)

  • 1975: Began to specialize in practice of Clinical Nutrition, Prevention and Intravenous Nutrition

  • 1968-1981: Solo General and Family Practice evolving to include Clinical Nutrition, Prevention and Intravenous Therapies (nutritional and chelation), suburban Pittsburgh, PA.

  • 1967-1981: Attending Staff Physician St. Margaret Memorial Hospital.

  • 1967-1968: General and Family Practice with Glenshaw Medical Associates, Pittsburgh, PA., 1 1/2 years.

  • 1966-1967:  Rotating (family Practice) Internship at St. Margaret

  • Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • 1954 - 1959 - Fighter Pilot, USAF, Flying F-86 Sabre jets and F-102

  • Delta-Daggers.

 

Personal Activities and Honors

  • Winner, Poetry Reading Festival, 1.1. of Pittsburgh, 1960, (Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock , 

  • Winner, Poetry Reading Festival, U. of Pittsburgh, 1961, (Abundance) 

  • Honorary Fellowship, International Academy of Preventive Medicine.

  •  Six letters in High School Sports -three in basketball, three in chess 

  • Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1979 

  • Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1.985 Physicians Recognition Award, AMA. 1988 

  • Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1991 

  • American Academy of Family Physicians, Preceptor Award 1974

  • Hall of Honor Medal, American Academy of Medical Preventics, 1983

 

Present Activities

  • Founder and Medical Director of Omnidox Medical Group.

  • Private practice:  Longevity Medicine, General Medicine, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Clinical Nutrition, Anti-addiction Therapies, Intravenous Therapies, Prevention.

  • Associate Editor, Journal of the Council on Nutrition, Front Royal, Virginia

  • Advisor to the Board, American College of Advancement in Medicine.

  • Advisor to the Board, American Institute of Medical Preventics

  • Vice President, American Preventive Medical Association

 

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