Andrew Rosenthal, MD

Trauma and Acute Care
Rosenthal Andrew A
Rosenthal Andrew A

Memorial Division of Trauma Services

1150 N 35th Avenue Suite 650
Hollywood, FL 33021



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About Me

Chief, Trauma Services, Memorial Healthcare System

Dr. Andrew Rosenthal is a board-certified trauma surgeon. He earned his medical degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1999, and completed his internship at the University of Illinois College of Medicine/Metropolitan Group Hospitals in 2004. He attended Emory University School of Medicine as a fellow in surgical critical care and trauma. Dr. Rosenthal first joined Memorial Regional Hospital’s Trauma Program as a member of the general surgery trauma team in August 2006. He is a published author, with articles in peer-reviewed journals.

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Hospital Affiliations


  • Male


  • Spanish



University Of Illinois, 1999, Surgery


University Of Ill College Of Medicine Metropolitan, 2004, Surgery


American Board of Surgery-Surgery
American Board of Surgery-Surgical Critical Care

Awards, Achievements, and More

Professional Organizations

  • Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • Eastern Association of Surgery and Trauma
  • Broward County Medical Society
  • Florida Committee on Trauma
  • American Medical Association
  • American College of Surgeons
  • Pan-American Trauma Society
  • American Society for Parentral and Enteral Nutrition
  • American Association for the Surgery of Trauma


  • “Thoracic Emergencies,” Florida Academy of Physician Assistants, 2009
  • “Ultrasound in the Acute Care Environment,” Florida Academy of Physician Assistants, Critical Care Workshop, 2009
  • “Family Presence During a Code,” Broward County Chapter of American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 34th Annual Spring Seminar, 2009
  • “Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Severe Hypoxemia Following Trauma Pneumonectomy,” Southeastern Surgical Congress, 2009
  • “Faculty Food Fight: Nutritional Issues in Complex Surgical Patients: What the Non-Surgeon Needs to Know,” American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 2009
  • “Shock,” Surgery Grand Rounds, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, 2008
  • “The Use of Ultrasound in Critically Ill Patients,” Critical Care Workshop, Florida Academy of Physician Assistants, 2008
  • “Trauma: Beyond the First Hour,” American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 33rd Annual Spring Seminar, 2008


  • First Place, American College of Surgeons Georgia Committee on Trauma Research Competition, 2005
  • First Prize, Trauma Video-Based Education Program, ACS Committee on Trauma, 2005
  • Second Place, Clinical Presentation, Georgia Chapter ACS, 2005
  • Rudolph G. Mrazek, M.D. Memorial Award, Highest ABSITE Score, 2000
  • MBA Leadership Grant
  • AMA MECO Scholarship, 2000
  • Metropolitan Chicago Chapter General Surgery Representative to ACS Candidate Society, 2003-2004