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John Sherck, MD

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  • Bio & Insurance Information

    Dr. John Sherck is a general surgeon in San Jose, California and he works at several hospitals in the area, including Stanford Hospital and Clinics and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. He got his diploma from Yale University School of Medicine and did his residency program in general surgery at Stanford University. The doctor is certified in surgical critical care and surgery and has an experience of more than 20 years.

  • Education & Training


    Yale University

    Medical School


    Stanford University


  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Surgery

  • Hospital & Practice

    Stanford Health Care

    Languages: English/Spanish

    (650) 723-4000

    Stanford University, 401 Quarry Road

    Stanford, California 94305

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    Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

    Languages: English/Spanish

    (888) 334-1000

    751 S Bascom Ave

    San Jose, California 95128

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  • Publications & Memberships

    Dr. John Sherck has contributed to 3 publications.

    Deciphering the use and predictive value of "emergency medical services provider judgment" in out-of-hospital trauma triage: A multisite, mixed methods assessment.

    Newgard, C. D., Kampp, M., Nelson, M., Holmes, J. F., Zive, D., Rea, T., Bulger, E. M., Liao, M., Sherck, J., Hsia, R. Y., Wang, N. E., Fleischman, R. J., Barton, E. D...; J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012 May.

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    The forgotten trauma patient: Outcomes for injured patients evaluated by emergency medical services but not transported to the hospital.

    Staudenmayer, K., Hsia, R., Wang, E., Sporer, K., Ghilarducci, D., Spain, D., Mackersie, R., Sherck, J., Kline, R., Newgard, C.; J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012 Mar.

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    Blunt Traumatic Occult Pneumothorax: Is Observation Safe?-Results of a Prospective, AAST Multicenter Study.

    Moore, F.O., Goslar, P.W., Coimbra, R., Velmahos, G., Brown, C.R., Coopwood, T.B., Lottenberg, L., Phelan, H.A., Bruns, B.R., Sherck, J.P., Norwood, S.H., Barnes, S.L....; J Trauma. 2011 May.

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