Title: Urological Surgeon (Retired)
Location: Miami Shores, Florida, United States
Seymour C. Nash, MD, a retired Urological Surgeon, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of urology.
Having accrued more than five and a half decades of expertise in the field of urological surgery, Dr. Nash distinguished himself in a variety of educational and surgical roles on behalf of his profession. Now recognized as a professor emeritus of urology at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital following his retirement in 2014, he had previously earned distinction as the chairperson of the department of urology at Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach, Florida, since 1989. During this time, Dr. Nash worked in private practice and as an associate clinical professor at the University of Miami Medical School from 1964 until 1994.
Recognized for his professional longevity, Dr. Nash initially worked in medicine as a member of the U.S. Public Health Service, through which he attained the rank of a captain at the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health from 1959 until 1961. A prolific writer, he later spoke at Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital on the subject of cancer cells in postoperative wounds in 1964, and co-authored “Prostate Cancer Making Survival Decisions” in 1994. Likewise, Dr. Nash has contributed a wealth of articles to medical journals, as well as several papers through the National Cancer Institute.
Dr. Nash’s exemplary performance in the field was born of his academic journey, which began at the Georgetown University Hospital and its affiliates in Washington, DC, from 1961 to 1964. Eminently qualified in his field, he was elected as a fellow by the American College of Surgeons, and is a diplomate through the American Board of Urology. In accounting for his standout success in the field, Dr. Nash credits his propensity for hard work, honesty, determination and the support of his family.
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