Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Family &
Community Medicine

Altshuler, Marc

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Marc J. Altshuler, MD

Contact Dr. Altshuler

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 301
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-7190
(215) 955-8600 fax

Medical School

MD, Thomas Jefferson Medical College - 2001
BS, University of Pennsylvania - 1995

Residency

Thomas Jefferson Medical College

Board Certification

Family Practice

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Attitudes Towards Family Planning among Bhutanese, Burmese, and Iraqi Refugee Women: A Qualitative Study
  2. Women’s health screening and mapped community resources for refugees resettled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  3. Leveraging Structural Changes in an Electronic Health Record Tool to Standardize Written Handoff
  4. EMR-based intervention improves lead screening at an urban family medicine practice
  5. Evaluation of latent tuberculous infection and treatment completion for refugees in Philadelphia, PA, 2010-2012
  6. Hepatitis b screening and prevalence among resettled refugees — United States, 2006–2011
  7. Cervical Cancer Screening Outcomes in a Refugee Population
  8. The refugee medical exam: What you need to do
  9. Global health at home: A student-run community health initiative for refugees
  10. An opportunity for coordinated cancer care: The intersection of health care reform, primary care providers, and cancer patients
  11. Vaccine science: a critical field in the control of diseases. Preface.
  12. Preface
  13. Vaccine-preventable diseases and foreign-born populations
  14. An opportunity for coordinated cancer care: Intersection of health care reform, primary care providers, and cancer patients
  15. Can the Medical Home Reduce Cancer Morbidity and Mortality?
  16. Development of unilateral cervical and supraclavicular lymphadenopathy after human papilloma virus vaccination
  17. The management of keloids: Hands-on versus hands-off
  18. Erythema multiforme after meningitis vaccine: Patient safety concerns with repeat immunization