Abraham P. Houng, M.D.
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About Abraham P. Houng, M.D.
Abraham P. Houng, MD is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the division of Burns, Critical Care and Trauma at Weill Cornell Medical College and Assistant Attending Surgeon at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. A board-certified surgeon, Dr. Houng specializes in the treatment of burns, burn surgery, and surgical critical care.
Prior to his arrival, Dr. Houng was an attending surgeon at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Department of Surgery in Livingston, New Jersey. He obtained his BS from Columbia University in Bioengineering and received his MSE from University of Pennsylvania. He attended New Jersey Medical School, affiliated with Rutgers University, for his MD. He completed his surgical residency at Saint Barnabas Medical Center and continued his training in Surgical Critical Care Fellowship with special emphasis in burn surgery and treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Houng has been involved in quite a few medical mission endeavors to Haiti as a surgeon. He has led multiple teams of fellow surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses, and physical therapists on short-term basis to serve the population in need and to further train the physicians in Haiti.
Dr. Houng is an active member of many prestigious medical and surgical societies, including the American Burn Association, American College of Surgeon, and Society of Critical Care Medicine. He has also published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and abstracts.
New York SuperDoctor: an Honor given to 5% of all New York physicians
M.D.New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey2001
M.S.E.University of Pennsylvania1995
Assistant Attending SurgeonNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of SurgeryWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
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