Dr. Jeffrey M. Hall is a dedicated board certified surgeon who specializes in surgery of the hand and wrist. He graduated from the University of Michigan with BS in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Biochemistry. Dr. Hall worked in the Neurological Surgery Science Lab of Dr. Keith Black, present department chair of Cedar-Sinai Department of Neurosurgery. He then graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School with a MD degree in 1985.
Dr. Hall did five years of General Surgery at Henry Ford Hospital followed by a Hand Surgery fellowship at Wayne State University. While at Wayne, he studied under Dr. Burke, Dr Singer, Dr Horrell, Dr. Larson and Dr. Posch. Following the completion of his fellowship, Dr Hall joined Dr. Posch in private practice before joining MSS in 2001. He presently is the head of Hand Surgery at St. John’s Main hospital.
Dr. Hall’s area of interest include nerve compression, peripheral nerve injuries and complex hand/wrist trauma.
The University of Michigan Medical School Ann Arbor, Mich. M.D. 1981-1985
Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Mich., General Surgery 1986-1990
American Board of Surgery
Certificate of Added Qualification Hand Surgery
Wayne State University Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, Mich., Hand Surgery 1990-1991
Ascension St. John Hospital
Ascension St. John Macomb/ Oakland
Beaumont Grosse Pointe
Henry Ford Macomb
Surgeons Choice Hospital