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Dr. Jonathan Koch

Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon

תמונת פנים של ד"ר יונתן קוך

A senior physician at the National Center for Spine Surgery, Meir Hospital.

Graduated from medical studies at the University of Debrecen, Hungary, graduating with honors in 2010. He completed a one-year internship at Sheba Hospital, Tel Hashomer in 2011, followed by a 6-year residency in orthopedic surgery at the Meir Medical Center, Kfar Saba, between 2012-2018.  During residency, he was involved in research including a period of several months devoted to several studies in Basel, Switzerland, as well as writing articles for the medical literature. In addition, he completed 3-year certificate studies in sports medicine, at Tel-Aviv University, and was then employed as a doctor for the sports teams: Hapoel Kfar-Saba in football and Bnei Herzliya in basketball. At the end of the residency, he was accepted for a two-year fellowship at the Center for Spinal Studies and Surgery at Queens Medical Center, Nottingham, England. During this period, he gained much experience in all types of spine surgeries, including complex neck surgeries, deformities in children and adults, minimally invasive surgeries, tumors, infections, and complex trauma. He was also involved in research, publications, and presentations at international conferences. After this period, he was appointed to the position of Associate Spine Surgeon at the same famous spine surgery center in Nottingham, England, for 1 more year, and gained experience as a fully independent surgeon as well as guiding spinal fellows.

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