Company: Fusion Clinical Multimedia, Inc.
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Kenneth Bruce Van Gross, MD, Founder and Physician at Fusion Clinical Multimedia, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in neurology.
Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Gross has accrued more than 30 years of global expertise in neurology. Since 1986, he has served as the founder of Fusion Clinical Multimedia, Inc., offering his services as a physician and has developed numerous interdisciplinary and Pan-American medical education programs. Additionally, he has been a consulting physician and chief medical officer of Neurology-Hope Neurological and Medical Services since 2018. Prior to his current endeavors, Dr. Gross served the University of Guyana as a consultant and professor of internal medicine, infectious disease, neurology and clinical pathology from 2013 to 2016. Between 1999 and 2017, he worked for the University of Miami inpatient observation and clinical discussion with the Multiple Sclerosis Center, as well as with the Haitian Relief Project and Hospitals in Deschapelles and Milot, Haiti. Prior, he worked for the New York Sleep Wake Disorders Center at Montefiore Hospital.
Dr. Gross received a Bachelor of Science in natural sciences from Colgate University in 1974 and went on to achieve a Doctor of Medicine from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1980. Continuing his requirements, by 1986, he had completed internal medicine and neurology residencies at the Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. A prolific author in many areas, Dr. Gross has written two books on the neuroanthropology of sports that were published in 2019. Likewise, he wrote a fiction-based play called “Movement Disorder.” The medical professional attributes his success to old school medical connections and an appreciation for medicine. He recalls his clinical work in Mexico, Cuba, Haiti and Guyana as the highlights of his career. Today, Dr. Gross maintains affiliation with the American Academy of Neurology, Movement Disorder Society, Rare Movement Disorders Study Group, Philadelphia Neurological Society and Medical Society of Eastern Pennsylvania. He also holds membership with the Hydrocephalus Association, World Federation of Neurology, American Sleep Disorders Association, United States Tennis Association, American Society of Internal Medicine and National Association of Medical Communicators. More recently, he joined the American College of Physicians and National Assessment of Clinical Skills Center for Personalized Education for U.S. Physicians.
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