Dr. Reinhorn’s Professional History

Education

Cornell University - BS - Engineering - 1992
Boston University School of Medicine - MD - 1996
Brandeis Heller School for Social Policy and Management - MBA - 2017

Training

Boston University Surgical Residency - 2001

Work experience

Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer - Newton-Wellesley Surgeons, Inc. (2015 - Present)
Partner - Newton-Wellesley Surgeons, Inc. (2011-2015)
Surgeon - Newton-Wellesley Surgeons, Inc. (2007-2011)
Clerkship Director of Surgery at Newton-Wellesley Hospital for Tufts University School of Medicine (2010-2016)
Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery, Tufts University School of Medicine (2014-present)
Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, Tufts University School of Medicine (2007-2014)
Solo private practice - Michael Reinhorn MDPC - Emerson Hospital (2001-2007)

Surgical case experience (as of 8/31/2017)

Hernia repair: 2,952 cases
Gallbladder removal: 722 cases
Appendectomy: 456 cases
Pilonidal cleft lift: 150 cases

Editorial Boards

Ad Hoc Reviewer, journal HERNIA
Ad Hoc Reviewer, International Journal of Surgery Case Reports
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Surgical Research

Professional Societies

Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
American Hernia Society
Association for Surgical Education
Massachusetts Medical Society
Boston Surgical Society

Clinical Interests

Inguinal hernia surgery
Pilonidal Surgery including Cleft Lift procedure
Umbilical hernia surgery
Advanced Preperitoneal inguinal hernia surgery
Minimally invasive hernia repair
Laparoscopic Gallbladder surgery
Laparoscopic Appendix surgery

Awards

On Time Doctor Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of timeliness of appointments at vitals.com 2016
Patient’s Choice Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of physician quality at vitals.com 2016
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, award given based on patient’s bedside manner ratings of physician at vitals.com 2016
Locke Award presented by Newton Wellesley Hospital for medical student teaching 2015
Excellence in Teaching, identified by 3rd year medical students completing 3rd year in 2015
Compassionate Caregiver, recognized by The Kenneth B. Schwartz Center 2015
On Time Doctor Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of timeliness of appointments at vitals.com 2015
Patient’s Choice Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of physician quality at vitals.com 2015
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, award given based on patient’s bedside manner ratings of physician at vitals.com 2015
On Time Doctor Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of timeliness of appointments at vitals.com 2014
Patient’s Choice Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of physician quality at vitals.com 2014
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, award given based on patient’s bedside manner ratings of physician at vitals.com 2014
TUSM Excellence in Teaching, identified by 3rd year medical students completing 3rd year in 2014
TUSM Excellence in Teaching, awarded by 4th year medical students, graduating in 2014
TUSM Excellence in Teaching, identified by 3rd year medical students completing 3rd year in 2013
TUSM Excellence in Teaching, awarded by 4th year medical students, graduating in 2013
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, award given based on patient’s bedside manner ratings of physician at vitals.com 2013
Patient’s Choice Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of physician quality at vitals.com 2013
Patient’s Choice Award, award given based on patient’s ratings of physician quality at vitals.com 2012
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, award given based on patient’s bedside manner ratings of physician at vitals.com 2012
Compassionate Caregiver, recognized by The Kenneth B. Schwartz Center 2009
Partners In Excellence Team Award – OR throughput project, NWH 2009

Publications

Mylonas KS, ReinhornM, Ott LR, Westfall ML, Masiakos PT.Opioid Analgesia Requirements after Kugel Repair for Inguinal Hernia: A Call for Data-driven, Procedure-Specific Opioid-Prescribing Patterns. JACS, Volume 225, Issue 4, Supplement 2, Page e91

Mylonas KS, ReinhornM, Ott LR, Westfall ML, Masiakos PT. Patient-reported opioid analgesic requirements after elective inguinal hernia repair: A call for procedure-specific opioid-administration strategies. Surgery 2017 Aug 1. Pii S0039-6060(17)30436-1

Butler KL, ChangY, DeMoya M, Feinstein A, Ferrada P$, Maduekwe U, Maung AA, Melo N, Odon S, Olasky J, Reinhorn M, Smink DB, Stassen N, Wilson CT, Fagenholz P, Kaafarani H, King D, Yeh DD, Velmahos G, Stefanidis D. Needs assessment for a focused radiology curriculum in surgical residency: a multicenter study. Am J Surg 2016 Jan;211 (1):279-87

Reinhorn M, Kaufman HL, Hirsch EF, Millham FH. Penetrating thoracic trauma in a pediatric population. Annuals of Thoracic Surgery 1996;61:1501-5.

Reinhorn M, Kaufman HL, Hirsch EF, Millham FH. Penetrating thoracic trauma in children. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Sept. 27 - 30, 1995 and presented at the George H. Clowes visiting lecture series, Boston, Massachusetts, May 15, 1997.