Bruce Pomeranz, M.D.
Senior physiatrist, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation and Chief Quality Officer, Select Medical Rehabilitation Hospital Division
Dr. Pomeranz specializes in amputee, stroke and orthopedic rehabilitation and electrodiagnostic medicine
Dr. Bruce Pomeranz is the chief quality officer for the rehabilitation hospital division of Select Medical and a physiatrist at Kessler Institute. He previously served as the senior medical officer and chief quality officer for Kessler Institute.
Board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, Dr. Pomeranz holds subspecialty certifications in electrodiagnostic medicine and pain medicine. He specializes in amputee, stroke and orthopedic rehabilitation and pain management, and has conducted extensive research in those areas. His studies have been published in major medical journals and he has presented at numerous national conferences.
Dr. Pomeranz is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He has been honored for his work as an educator, as well as being named among the nation’s best doctors by Castle Connolly. He also received the Henry H. Kessler, M.D. Award for Medical Excellence, the hospital’s highest recognition.
Dr. Pomeranz is active in several professional organizations and serves on the Medical Advisory Committee for the Amputee Coalition of America and the Quality Committee for the American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association.
A graduate of the University of Michigan, Dr. Pomeranz earned his medical degree from the University of Illinois, where he was named a Bertram A. Richardson scholar. He completed a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, serving a as chief resident. He also holds a master’s degree in medical management from the University of Southern California. Dr. Pomeranz joined Kessler Institute in 1993.