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John Musico  


Dr. Musico was born in Beverly Hills, CA. His undergraduate work at USC included shark research in the Pacific and cancer research in Los Angeles. His clerkship included surgery in London, medicine in New York, and tropical medicine in the Windward Isles. He graduated from St George's University School of Medicine and then completed a medical residency at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in New Jersey in 1991. He has maintained board certification in internal medicine since that time. He has worked in primary care in NJ for more than 15 years and is currently the lead physician at the Patterson Army Hospital VA division.

Dr. Musico published in a variety of fields including rheumatology, chronic pain (and chaired a committee on the same), oncology, medical history, and communication with patients. When public awareness on hepatitis C was in the lime light, he appeared on the 6:00 news (NJN) to discuss the topic. He has done research in qualitative evaluation of telehealth for intensive glycemic control. He has served on a statewide advisory board in managing difficult patients and a national board in Washington D.C. as an advisor on ambulatory care for the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), a new model of health care. He currently serves on a statewide committee to implement PCMH.

By far, most of Dr. Musico's experience has been in practicing evidence-based primary care for all these years. It is in this capacity that he has excelled. In 2008, he received an award for the highest SHEP (patient satisfaction) statewide and second place nation wide.

He and his wife Pam have two Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs, Milo and Drummie.