Dr Victoria Surdulescu, MD will be joining the Midwest Sleep Medicine team to provide quality care to its patients looking for help with Sleep Apnea and other sleep disorders.
Originally from Romania, Dr. Victoria Surdulescu came to the United States to complete her residency in Internal Medicine at Case Western Reserve University, St. Luke’s Medical Center program in Cleveland, Ohio and later specialized in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. She then completed the Sleep Medicine fellowship at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, later on helping set up the first sleep medicine fellowship in the area, leading the adult component of the program. Dr. Surdulescu earned certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine by passing her board examination in 1997 and recertification in 2007. She earned board certification in Pulmonary Medicine in 1999 and recertification in 2009, Critical Care Medicine in 2000 and recertification in 2010, and Sleep Medicine in 2001 and 2007. Dr. Surdulescu has provided pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine services in the Hamilton, Oxford and Cincinnati, Ohio, for over sixteen years. Part of her professional accomplishments are establishing a new sleep medicine center at McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital in Oxford, Ohio, and the academic sleep medicine center at the University of Cincinnati, which she directed for over 12 years. After realizing her main interest and rewarding patient care resides in sleep medicine, she recently focused exclusively on the management of patients with sleep disorders. She believes in offering individualized care in a cost-effective and timely manner.
Dr. Surdulescu says providing on-site services and diagnostic testing such as a sleep medicine testing, both in-home and in-laboratory, a CPAP clinic staffed by full time CPAP technician, and DME services are just a few of the ways her sleep medicine practice helps bring the highest quality of care to our patients.