USA Health expands with the addition of new neurosurgeon
Andrew Romeo, M.D., has a focus on deep brain stimulation, epilepsy, brain tumors and spinal surgeries.
By Shelbey Ernest
Andrew Romeo, M.D., recently joined USA Health as a neurosurgeon and serves as an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the Frederick P. Whiddon College of Medicine at the University of South Alabama.
He was drawn to the academic health system and the Whiddon College of Medicine because it offers an opportunity to work with leading clinicians and scientists in a collaborative setting.
Romeo’s focus is on deep brain stimulation, epilepsy, brain tumors and spinal surgeries.
He is board certified in neurosurgery by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons. He received a medical degree from the UAB Heersink School of Medicine. Also, at UAB, he completed a neurosurgery residency, followed by a stereotactic and functional neurosurgery fellowship.
He has published multiple research articles and was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society in 2011. Romeo is also a member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
Before joining USA Health, Romeo served as a neurosurgeon at the Denver DBS Center, learning novel techniques in addition to establishing an epilepsy surgery program at Centura Health.