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Dr. David A. Lundin

Medical Director, Spine Center

Valley Medical Center

Direct Phone: (425) ***-****       

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Valley Medical Center

400 S 43Rd StPO Box 50010

Renton, Washington 98058

United States

Company Description

Valley Medical Center (VMC) is a 321-bed acute care hospital and clinic network committed to providing safe, quality, and compassionate care for more than 63 years. The oldest and largest public district hospital in the State of Washington, VMC proudly se ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Neurosurgery Medical Director of the Spine Center

WNIS

Director of Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine

Southern California Center for Neuroscience and Spine

Education

MD

medical degree

University of Washington School of Medicine

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David A. Lundin, MD, received his medical degree from the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine, where he graduated at the top of his class. He completed his internship and residency in Neurological Surgery at the UW and served as a Senior Registrar at the renowned Atkinson Morley's Hospital in London, England. He then completed a fellowship in spinal surgery at the UW with the departments of Orthopaedic and Neurological Surgery followed by a Chief Residency in Neurological Surgery. He served as Director of Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine at the Southern California Center for Neuroscience and Spine in Los Angeles before joining the WNI as the Neurosurgery Medical Director of the Spine Center in 2008. Dr. Lundin specializes in all types of complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery, including non-fusion techniques such as artificial disk replacement.
Dr. Lundin has been widely published in numerous medical and neurology journals.


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David A. Lundin, MD, received his medical degree from the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine, where he graduated at the top of his class. He completed his internship and residency in Neurological Surgery at the UW and served as a Senior Registrar at the renowned Atkinson Morley's Hospital in London, England. He then completed a fellowship in spinal surgery at the UW with the departments of Orthopaedic and Neurological Surgery followed by a Chief Residency in Neurological Surgery. He served as Director of Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine at the Southern California Center for Neuroscience and Spine in Los Angeles before joining the WNI as the Neurosurgery Medical Director of the Spine Center in 2008. Dr. Lundin specializes in all types of complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery, including non-fusion techniques such as artificial disk replacement.
Dr. Lundin has been widely published in numerous medical and neurology journals..


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Dr. David A. Lundin, Medical Director, Valley Medical Center's Washington Neuroscience Institute, Neurosurgery Spine Center, Renton Bellevue born and raised, Dr. David A. Lundin specializes in complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery. "One of my best friends growing up died after a motor vehicle accident where he suffered a traumatic brain and spine injury," he said. Combined with an interest in the nervous system discovered in college, this catastrophic event led Lundin to the field of neurosurgery. Within his first year at the University of Washington School of Medicine, he focused on neurosurgery and ultimately graduated at the top of his class. Lundin spent a year in London working at Atkinson Morley's Hospital, the neurosurgery hospital where the brain CT scanner was invented. "Working in a health system with universal access to care was inspiring," he said, "It gave us the freedom to treat patients without the barriers of insurance companies or the fear of high payments that stress patients and families in already stressful times of illness." Lundin also traveled to Sri Lanka, where he worked with the chief of neurosurgery in their national hospital. "With a population twice that of New York City and only one head neurosurgeon, the amount of work to be done and the severity of the illnesses due to a lack of access made me feel extremely fortunate to work and live in the U.S.," he said. He usually spends more than 12 hours at work, beginning at 6 a.m. and wrapping up around 7 p.m. with little time for lunch between surgery, meetings, patient rounds and administrative duties. But the hours spent are worth it when his patients follow up. "I had a patient travel to China to walk the Great Wall pain-free after a successful surgery. He could barely walk half a block before." "Working with a diverse group of patients and families who suffer from complex conditions and giving them hope that they can return to active and healthy lifestyles are what I like most about my job." Photo: Dr. Lundin is featured second from the left.


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David A. Lundin, MD, received his medical degree from the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine, where he graduated at the top of his class. He completed his internship and residency in Neurological Surgery at the UW and served as a Senior Registrar at the renowned Atkinson Morley's Hospital in London, England. He then completed a fellowship in spinal surgery at the UW with the departments of Orthopaedic and Neurological Surgery followed by a Chief Residency in Neurological Surgery. He served as Director of Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine at the Southern California Center for Neuroscience and Spine in Los Angeles before joining the WNI as the Neurosurgery Medical Director of the Spine Center in 2008. Dr. Lundin specializes in all types of complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery, including non-fusion techniques such as artificial disk replacement.
Dr. Lundin has been widely published in numerous medical and neurology journals.


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Dr. David A. Lundin, Medical Director, Washington Neuroscience Institute, Neurosurgery Spine Center, Renton

Bellevue born and raised, Dr. David A. Lundin specializes in complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery. "One of my best friends growing up died after a motor vehicle accident where he suffered a traumatic brain and spine injury," he said. Combined with an interest in the nervous system discovered in college, this catastrophic event led Lundin to the field of neurosurgery. Within his first year at the University of Washington School of Medicine, he focused on neurosurgery and ultimately graduated at the top of his class.
Lundin spent a year in London working at Atkinson Morley's Hospital, the neurosurgery hospital where the brain CT scanner was invented. "Working in a health system with universal access to care was inspiring," he said, "It gave us the freedom to treat patients without the barriers of insurance companies or the fear of high payments that stress patients and families in already stressful times of illness."
Lundin also traveled to Sri Lanka, where he worked with the chief of neurosurgery in their national hospital. "With a population twice that of New York City and only one head neurosurgeon, the amount of work to be done and the severity of the illnesses due to a lack of access made me feel extremely fortunate to work and live in the U.S.," he said.
He usually spends more than 12 hours at work, beginning at 6 a.m. and wrapping up around 7 p.m. with little time for lunch between surgery, meetings, patient rounds and administrative duties. But the hours spent are worth it when his patients follow up.

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