Ramin Rak, MD is a well-regarded neurosurgeon who has been practicing for over 20 years. At his Neurological P.C. office in Rockville Centre, New York, Ramin Rak, MD performs treatments such as complex brain and spine surgeries, neurosurgical procedures, treatment of spinal disorders, and awake craniotomies.
Ramin Rak, MD is always looking for new ways to share what he has learned about complex neurosurgical techniques. He maintains a membership in the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, and also the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. Additionally, articles written by Ramin Rak, MD have appeared in dozens of journals, including the Journal of Microscopy, Micron, and Bioinformation.
The medical knowledge that Ramin Rak, MD possesses comes from years of research and training in the educational realm. Ramin Rak, MD earned his undergraduate degree in Medical Basic Sciences with honors, and then went on to acquire his medical degree from the Free University of Brussels. Soon after, Ramin Rak, MD relocated to Washington, DC for additional hands-on surgical training. Ramin Rak, MD also completed an externship and an internship with the Washington Hospital Center’s Department of Neurosurgery.
Ramin Rak, MD travelled across the United States to gain more experience with neurosurgical techniques. He became a neurosurgery resident after serving as the clinical neurosurgery fellow at the George Washington Hospital Department of Neurosurgery in Bethesda, Maryland. Afterwards, Ramin Rak, MD was on the move again, moving to North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System to become a Chief Neurosurgery Fellow, and then Ramin Rak, MD relocated to the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, as a Chief Neurosurgery Resident.
Ramin Rak, MD has presented the neurosurgery techniques that he perfected while in residency at over 20 professional conferences, and he continues to stay up-to-date on the latest trends in micro-neurosurgical techniques.
Today Ramin Rak, MD is back in New York practicing at the Neurological Surgery P.C. and is affiliated with the following hospitals:
- Winthrop University Hospital
- South Nassau Communities Hospital
- Mercy Medical Center
- North Shore University Hospital
- Huntington Hospital
- Plainview Hospital
- Franklin Hospital
- Syosset Hospital
- St. Francis Hospital
- Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center
- St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center