Dr. David Greuner is a double board certified surgeon with over 10 years of experience. His post graduate residency training was performed at University of Arizona and Mount Sinai School of Medicine affiliate hospitals (Morristown Memorial Hospital) where he was named chief resident of the year, and won the Hughes Dougan award for dedication to patient care and excellence in surgical technique his chief year.
His fellowship training in Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery was performed at Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York City. Although Dr. Greuner’s surgical training encompassed a broad base of surgical procedures; his area of interest lies specifically in minimally invasive procedures and minimal access/robotic surgery, including procedures involving the Da Vinci robot and percutaneous (no incision) access – allowing his patients the least disruption possible from their busy lives.
He has developed and pioneered advanced surgical techniques such as the No-Knife EVLT, which has been featured in several nationwide television broadcasts.
His interests lie in general, thoracic, and cardiovascular surgery, and his passion in medicine is improving minimally invasive surgical techniques for less downtime and better results.
He was voted a “Top Surgeon” by the Consumers Research Council of America four years in a row, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Dr. Greuner is active in continuing medical education, and lectures on a variety of surgical topics nationwide, including speaking engagements at Harvard University hospitals.
He is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida and Arizona. His interests outside medicine include physical fitness, skiing, snowboarding, travelling, photography, and cycling.
Medical School - St. George's University School of Medicine
University of Arizona, Internship in General Surgery
University of Arizona, Residency in General Surgery
Morristown Memorial Hospital, Residency in General Surgery
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Surgery