Dr. Marc Rose

Dr. Marc Rose
Marc C. Rose, M.D. attended Amherst College and The Ohio State University where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. Dr. Rose attended The Ohio State University College of Medicine where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree. He completed his Surgery internship and his Urology residency at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation where he served as chief resident 1985-1986. Dr. Rose is a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology. Dr. Rose is a member of the American Urological Association, The American Association of Clinical Urologists, The Florida Urological Society, and the Florida Medical Society to which he has served as a delegate. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is a clinical assistant professor of surgery at Florida State University College of Medicine. Dr. Rose is a member of the Indian River County Medical Society and served as President from 1999 - 2001. Dr. Rose has also been elected to the Southern Society of Urologic Surgeons. He has served as Chief of Urology at Indian River Medical Center and Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital. Dr. Rose served as the co-chair of the Urology/GU Cancer program at the Scully Welsh Cancer Center. He has staff privileges at The Advanced Center for Surgery and Sebastian River Medical Center.
Medical School:

The Ohio State University College of Medicine


Cleveland Clinic


Amherst College and The Ohio State University

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