He has been in practice for more than 30 years, devoting much of his time to executive health and quality management of hospitalized patients. He is mentioned on numerous “best doctors” lists and serves as a team physician for USC Athletics. Dr. Brodhead has treated patients and trained other physicians on humanitarian missions around the world and has served as director of undergraduate education for the Keck School. Dr. Brodhead was recruited after his residency at USC where he culminated his training as chief medical resident. He has established himself as a senior internist on the Health Sciences Campus. He is board certified in internal medicine and has been recognized three times by the Keck School medical students with a ‘Best Teacher’ award. He is a former member of the USC Care Medical Group and Keck Hospital of USC boards of directors.
US News & World Report: Top Doctor, 2011-2016
Endowed Professorship: George N. and Marylou Boone Professor of Medical Excellence, 2005
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary : Award of Operational Merit, 2004
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