Dr. Murray Susser: Curriculum Vitae
- M.D. , University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 1966.
- A.B. , English Writing, (Pre-Med) University of Pittsburgh, 1962.
- University of Vermont, Adult Education, 1958-1959.
- Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie-Mellon University), 1952-1953; Drama Department, majored in directing and acting.
- 2006 – 2012 Private Practice, Scottsdale Arizona and Association with Longevity Medical Center
Medical Director, Arizona Advanced Medicine
- 1998 – 2005– Private Practice, Longevity Medical Center, West Los Angeles
- 1986-1997 – Medical Director, Omnidox Medical Center, Santa Monica, CA
- Private practice, Omnidox Medicine
- Hosted “Questioning Medicine” on KFOX radio five days weekly
- 1986-1991 – Attending Staff, Beverly Hills Medical Center
- 1985 – Private practice, Marina Del Rey, CA.
- 1984-1985 – Private Practice, Oklahoma City, OK.
- Founded Wellness Weight Clinic in Oklahoma City, OK.
- Hosted “House Calls ” as Doctor Buz Susser on KTOK Radio
- Appeared Bi-weekly on Channel 9, OKC, ABC affiliate
- 1983 – Co-Director, Atkins Center for Alternative Therapies, N.Y., NY.
- 1981-83 – Medical Director, Bio-Medical Health Center, N. Hollywood CA
- 1978 – Co-Host of What’s New in Medicine, 13-segment syndicated TV series on 12 UHF stations, including New York, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, and Atlanta. Produced by Roger Willoughby-Ray
- 1976-1977 – Co-Hosted twice weekly medical talk-show on WEEP Radio
(50,000 watt, ABC Network station)
- 1975 – Began to specialize in practice of Clinical Nutrition, Prevention and Intravenous Nutrition
- 1968-1981 – Solo General and Family Practice evolving to include Clinical Nutrition, Prevention and Intravenous Therapies (nutritional and chelation), suburban Pittsburgh, PA.
- 1967-1981 – Attending Staff Physician St. Margaret Memorial Hospital.
- 1967-1968 – General and Family Practice with Glenshaw Medical Associates, Pittsburgh, PA.– 1 1/2 years.
- 1966-1967 – Rotating (Family Practice) Internship at St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.
- 1954-1959 – Fighter-Pilot, USAF, Flying F-86 Sabre Jets and F-102 Delta-Daggers.
PRESENT AND FORMER ACTIVITIES
Past President, American Association for Health Freedom, (formerly American Preventive Medical Association)
Private Practice in the Longevity Medical Center.
Private practice — General Medicine, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Mixed Infection Syndrome Clinical Nutrition, Anti-addiction Therapies, Intravenous Therapies, Prevention.
Associate Editor, Journal of the Council on Nutrition, Front Royal, Virginia
“Solving the Puzzle of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,” with Michael Rosenbaum, M.D., Life Sciences Press, Tacoma, Wash. 1992
“Eclectic Medicine,” Dynamic Chiropractic, Monthly Column, beginning 1987.
“Mixed Infection Syndrome,” Seven articles appearing in consecutive months in Dynamic Chiropractic 1987.
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS, PRESENTLY
ACAM (American College for Advancement in Medicine)
AHIMA (AzHomeopathic and Integrated Medicine Association)
Former President, American College for Advancement in Medicine
Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice
American Medical Association
Pennsylvania Medical Society.
Allegheny County Medical Society.
President, American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM)
President, American Association for Health Freedom (AAHF)
Associate Attending Staff, St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.
Preceptor, St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Family Practice Residency Program.
Charter Fellow, American Academy of Medical Preventics
Courtesy Staff, North Hills Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.
Charter member, American Holistic Medical Association
Executive Committee and Program Director, International Academy of Preventive Medicine
Fellow, International College of Applied Nutrition.
Member and Board Member, American Preventive Medical Association
Fellow, International Academy of Preventive Medicine.
PERSONAL ACTIVITIES AND HONORS
Winner, Poetry Reading Festival, U. of Pittsburgh, 1960, (Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock)
Winner, Poetry Reading Festival, U. of Pittsburgh, 1961, (Abundance)
Honorary Fellowship, International Academy of Preventive Medicine.
Six letters in High School Sports – three in basketball, three in chess
Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1979
Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1985
Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1988
Physicians Recognition Award, AMA 1991
American Academy of Family Physicians, Preceptor Award 1974
Hall of Honor Medal, American Academy of Medical Preventics, 1983.
Co-Hosted Making Healthy Choices with Debra Maffett. Former Miss America
Foemerly co-hosted “Choosing Longevity” Adelphia Cable, Los Angeles
Formerly Hosted “Questioning Medicine,” KIEV, Glendale CA
Formerly hosted daily radio medical commentary show on KFOX-FM, 1985 – 1991
Formerly co-hosted radio medical commentary shows in Pittsburgh and Oklahoma City.
Co-hosted 13 segment syndicated TV series “What’s New In Medicine.”
Numerous guest and semi-regular appearances on TV and Radio in Pittsburgh, New York, Oklahoma, and Los Angeles — Including the Today Show in 1988 and Cable News Network, 1983, 20/20 1998, Extra 1998