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Dr. John Ryan attended Downstate Medical School, State University of New York in Brooklyn, graduatingcum laude in 1977. He trained in internal medicine (internship & residency) at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, and was appointed Assistant Chief Resident in his third year. In 1980, following residency training, Dr. Ryan entered the US Army Medical Corps and served as a medical officer in Frankfurt, Germany, NATO Headquarters in Belgium, and Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, attaining the rank of Major. In 1984, he joined Dr. Glen Davis in the private practice of internal medicine in Longwood & Lake Mary, Florida, and continues to this day. Dr. Ryan has held an active license to practice medicine in the State of Florida since 1984. Dr. Ryan was awarded board certification in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1980, and is participating inMaintenance of Certification to continue competency in internal medicine. He is also an active Member of the American College of Physicians, the Florida Medical Association and the Seminole County Medical Society. Dr. Ryan is on the medical staff of Florida Hospital and Orlando Health. He has served in several medical staff positions in the past 30 years, including Chief of the Department of Medicine, Chief of Medical Staff, Chairman of the Board of South Seminole Hospital in Longwood Florida, and as a member of the Orlando Health Credentials Committee. Awards received include Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, and he has been recognized annually since 2002 by Orlando Magazine as a Top Doctor. Dr. Ryan is profiled in US News & World Report Health Care. Dr. Ryan posts medical information and opinion on his Blog, Practical Effects Medicine.
Our practice values the personal and professional relationship we have with our patients. We make efforts to protect their privacy, respect their dignity and fully inform and educate about our findings and recommendations. We are eager to hear from our patients when we have met their needs, and when we can improve.