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Jeffrey T. Nahmias, MD

Surgery Department   Image  
Trauma, Acute Care Surgery, Surgical Critical Care Division
  • Assistant Professor of Surgery, Tufts University School of Medicine
Division of Trauma Surgery
759 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01199
  • Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
    University of California, Irvine
    Irvine, CA
  • General Surgery Residency
    University of Massachusetts Medical Center
    Worcester, MA
  • Ross University School of Medicine
    Dominica, West Indies
Honors and Awards
  • Resident Teacher of the year, Univesity of Massachusetts Department of Surgery, 2012
  • Resident Teacher of the Year, University of Massachusetts, 2009
Areas of Interest
  • Surgical education and the modernization of this practice to fit an evolving health care scope that includes 80 hour work week, outcome based reimbursement and changing clinical paradigms for the general surgeon in practice.
  • Utilization of unproven medical treatment which carries unnecessary cost and potential iatrogenic harm without proven therapeutic benefit.
Committee Appointments
  • Member, Integrated Vascular Surgery/.General Surgery Education Task Force, Baystate Medical Center

Journal Publications

  • Schanzer, A, Nahmias, J, Korenda, K, Eslami, M, Arous, E, MNessina, L: An Increasing Demand for Integrated Vascular Residency Training Far Outweighs the Limited Supply of Positions. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2009: December;50; 1513-8.


  • Declotting of Arteriovenous Hemodialysis Accesses (AVHA): A Comparison of Percutaneous Mechanical Thrombectomy and Angioplasty (PMTA) versus Open Thrombectomy. Presented at Eastern Society Vascular Surgery 2009.