About Martin Rosenthal
Martin Rosenthal, M.D., is an assistant professor of surgery on the Acute Care Surgery team at the University of Florida College of Medicine. He is the Director of the Abdominal Wall Reconstruction and Intestinal Rehab Service (UFAIR) at UF Health, as well as, Chair of the UF Nutrition Committee.
Dr. Rosenthal earned his medical degree from Mercer University School of Medicine in Savannah, Georgia and completed a general surgery residency and a fellowship in critical care medicine at UF. His post-graduate surgical training also includes a nutrition fellowships at Louisville University and Oregon Health and Science University, as well as, abdominal wall reconstruction course at Oregon Health and Science University.
Dr. Rosenthal is board-certified in surgical critical care. He is a member of several professional and medical organizations, including the American Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition, Florida Chapter of American Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the Florida Committee on Trauma, and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Rosenthal has authored numerous peer reviewed publication, book chapters, and serves as reviewer for several academic journals.
Dr. Rosenthal’s clinical expertise is in providing state of the art care for patients with large abdominal wall hernias, enterocutaneous fistulas, traumatically injured patients, and the critically ill ICU patients. He has built several clinical protocols to guide healthcare for patients with enterocutaneous fistulas and hernias to serve as a means for pre-habilitation prior to surgical intervention to improve outcomes for this patient population. He is regarded as an expert in nutritional therapies to decrease inflammation and catabolism. It is within this area that his cutting edge research continues to contribute to the medical literature.
- Critical Care Surgery
- Abdominal exploration
- Femoral hernia
- Gastrointestinal fistula
- Inguinal hernia repair
- Intestinal obstruction and Ileus
- Intestinal obstruction repair
- Laparoscopic gallbladder removal
- Traumatic Injury
- Umbilical hernia
- Umbilical hernia repair
- Ventral hernia repair