Meet Nermin Imsirovic
Nermin Imsirovic was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and moved to New Orleans in 1995. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Wake Forest University, and obtained his Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University. His first job as a Physician Assistant was at a busy neurosurgery trauma center in Western Colorado where he assisted with various elective and trauma surgical procedures, performed neurosurgical procedures and took care of critically ill patients on the ICU/neuro floors, and was involved with an elective clinic where he evaluated and treated patients with various neurosurgical disorders. Upon moving to the Denver area, he also gained experience in orthopedic trauma surgery and procedures, as well as further neurosurgical experience that also involved extensive peripheral nerve training. He believes that each patient’s condition is unique and a diagnosis should not be performed via a sole modality such as diagnostic imaging, but rather through a complete picture that involves the patient’s history and personal goals, anatomy, physical exam, and additional diagnostics tests specific to the patient’s condition. Through his role at Neurosurgery One at St. Anthony Hospital, his primary role is to care for patients in the medical/surgical units as well as critical neuro/trauma patients in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. In his free time, Nermin enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, hiking, mountain biking, as well as playing tennis and basketball.