Renowned Neurosurgeon to Partner with Physician Partners of America

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John Soliman, D.O., to keep office hours in Tampa

John Soliman, D.O., neurosurgeon

John Soliman, D.O., neurosurgeon

Physician Partners of America is pleased to announce that John Soliman, D.O., a board-certified neurosurgeon, is providing neurological and spine consultations each Thursday starting Nov. 2 in PPOA's Habana office, 4728 N. Habana Ave., Suite 202, Tampa, FL 33614.

Dr. Soliman is the founder of the Brain and Spine Neuroscience Institute, with locations in Lutz and Brooksville, FL.

He offers care for all aspects of spine surgery using the latest technologies in spinal instrumentation and intraoperative neuronavigation for brain tumor treatment. In addition to his surgical skill, he is a teacher and researcher.

After graduating from Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Soliman completed his internship and residency training at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Bloomington - Normal, IL. Dr. Soliman also received specialized training under 15 nationally recognized neurosurgeons at leading academic centers in Illinois, including Northwestern University Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago and University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria.

He is published in leading neurosurgical and spine journals in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery and endovascular neurosurgery and received awards for research related to the treatment of complex intracranial aneurysms.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Soliman at the Tampa location, patients may call (813) 336-4461. Please specify this location when calling.

About PPOA:

Started in 2013 and headquartered in Tampa, Fla., Physician Partners of America (PPOA), is a national healthcare organization focused on strengthening the doctor-patient relationship and improving patient outcomes. PPOA, and its affiliates share a common vision of ensuring the well-being of patients and providing their physician partners the opportunity to focus on the practice of medicine. This model allows physicians to be physicians, caring about patients and their needs in the face of ever more complex administrative requirements. For more information about Physician Partners of America, visit

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