Amos Stoll, M.D. is a board certified neurosurgeon at Broward Health Medical Center.
Dr. Stoll graduated from the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine and completed his internship at the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center. He completed a year of residency in general surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida and then returned to Oregon where he completed his residency in neurosurgery. Thereafter, he spent six months in a microsurgery fellowship at the Ralph K. Davies Hospital in San Francisco.
Dr. Stoll performs surgery for a wide spectrum of neurosurgical conditions and provides neurosurgical on-call services for adult and pediatric trauma services. He is also a clinical assistant professor at Nova Southeastern University. He is certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Stoll has had various works published including four original peer reviewed papers in neurosurgical publications.
Dr. Stoll was a member of the medical executive committee at Broward Health Medical Center for 19 years, and during four of those years he served as Chief of Staff at Broward Health Medical Center.