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John Schulz lll MD, PhD, FACS

(718) 226-6398
Primary Specialties
  • Surgical Critical Care
     (Board Certified)
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    Primary Office
    256B Mason Ave
    2nd Floor
    Staten Island, NY 10305
    (718) 226-1247
    Monday – Friday
    9:00AM – 5:00PM

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    Experience & Education

    Other Specialties/Certifications
    Velmahos GC. Zacharias N. Emhoff TA. Feeney JM. Hurst JM. Crookes BA. Harrington DT. Shea GC. Brotman S. Burke PA. Davis KA. Gupta R. Winchell RJ. Deshardins S. Alouidor R. Gross RI. Rosenblatt MS. Schulz JT. Chang Y. Management of the Most Severely Injured Spleen: A Multi-center Study of the Research Consortium of New England Centers for Trauma (ReCONECT). Arch Surg 2010; May;145(5):456-60.

    Schulz JT. Burn Injury and the Heart (Editorial). Journal of Trauma 2011. Reguero-Hernandez JL. Sav
    BS – Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
    PhD – Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    MD – Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Boston, MA
    2013 – Bridgeport Hospital Surgery Teacher-of-the-Year (presented by the Yale Graduating Chief Residents) 2007 – Stanley J. Dudrick Resident Teacher-of-the-Year (presented by the Yale Surgical Residents) 2006 – Bridgeport Hospital Surgical Teacher-of-the-Year (presented by the Yale Surgical Residents) 2003 – Best Patient-Doctor Preceptor of the Year Harvard Medical School 2002 – Excellence in Teaching Award Harvard Medical School

    Physician Bio

    Dr. Schulz earned his PhD in biochemistry from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, followed by his medical degree from Yale University in New Haven, CT. He then moved to Boston where he completed his general surgery residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital. In 1997 he joined the surgical attending staff at Massachusetts General as a burn, trauma, and general surgeon. After 8 years on the staff at MGH, he moved to Connecticut, assuming the role of Chief, Burns/ Trauma/Surgical Critical Care at Bridgeport Hospital and site director for the Yale Surgical Residency. In 2008 he was also named Medical Director of the Connecticut Burn Unit and Associate Chair of Surgery.

    Dr. Schulz is currently the Director of the Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care and the Associate Director of Burns. He has received multiple resident and medical student teaching awards and his research interests have been most recently focused on the critical care of burn patients.

    Areas of Interest

    • Care of the Trauma Patient
    • Care of the Burn Patient
    • Critical Care of Surgical Patients
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