Dr. Marcin Karcz is a renowned physician who completed an MD-PhD program at the prestigious Imperial College London and was an Associate Professor at New York University Grossman School of Medicine. He completed physician-scientist residency tracks in both Anesthesiology and Internal Medicine at the highly ranked University of Rochester Medical Center and fellowship training at both New York University and Columbia University, two of the top Medical Schools on the US News Best Medical School Honor Roll. He has fellowships in the fields of Pain Medicine and Critical Care Medicine and has been awarded four board certifications. Dr. Karcz was faculty at both Columbia University and New York University Schools of Medicine for several years prior to joining the Spine and Nerve Centers of the Virginias.
Dr. Karcz has received numerous awards from leading independent healthcare rating companies and many testimonials from his patients. At the University of Rochester, he received the Excellence in Research Award after completing a two-year Mentored Research Training Grant program funded by the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research. He has served on national Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine committees, has been awarded several research grants and has also published his clinical and basic science research experience in some of the top journals and textbooks in the world.
When Dr. Karcz is not practicing medicine, you will see him enjoying theater and the outdoors with his wife and daughter. In winter, he enjoys skiing with his family.