Dr. Hoffman earned his MD from University of Saint Eustatius, School of Medicine, Netherlands/Antilles. He completed his Residency in Family Medicine at Memorial Health-University Medical Center/Mercer University. He completed a Residency in Anesthesiology at University of South Florida/ Tampa General Hospital and Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Hoffman has 10 years’ experience as an Anesthesiologist in private practice. He most recently worked at Sheridan/Envision Healthcare at Bayfront Health, St. Petersburg, Florida. Dr. Hoffman’s clinical interest includes acute pain management, and anesthesia for neurosurgery and trauma. His research interests include variables affecting perioperative patient satisfaction such as pain and nausea, and overall patient experience.
- Escher AR, Hoffman JP, Alfieri S, Bordoni B, Evans RM. Immune-Mediated Myopathy in a Patient Presenting for Melanoma Resection and Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy. Cureus. 2022 Mar.14(3):e22777. Pubmedid: 35291729. Pmcid: PMC8896259.
- Hoffman JP, Serdiuk AA, Escher AR, Bordoni B, Evans R. Diphenhydramine-Induced Torsade De Pointes With Pharmacological Cardioversion in a Patient With Methadone-Induced QT Prolongation. Cureus. 2022 Feb.14(2):e22534. Pubmedid: 35228984. Pmcid: PMC8865736.
- Evans R, Escher AR, Nahrwold DA, Hoffman JP. General Anesthesia With Successful Immediate Post-operative Extubation for Sarcoma Excision in a 61-Year-Old Male With Kennedy's Disease. Cureus. 2022 Feb.14(2):e21956. Pubmedid: 35228980. Pmcid: PMC8865878.
- Nahrwold DA, Muncey AR, Aldawoodi NN, Evans RM, Hoffman JP. Rupture of an epidural filter connector during bolus administration of local anesthetic: a case report. BMC Anesthesiol. 2021 May.21(1):143. Pubmedid: 33980179. Pmcid: PMC8114482.
- Muncey AR, Aldawoodi NN, Chitneni A, Hoffman JP, Escher AR. Intraoperative Hypotension in a Patient with Antithrombin Deficiency, Bilateral Pulmonary Emboli, and Cefazolin Allergy. Cureus. 2021 Mar.13(3):e13653. Pubmedid: 33665061. Pmcid: PMC7924311.
- Aldawoodi NN, Hoffman JP, Escher AR. Utility of Minimally Invasive Cardiovascular Monitoring in the High-Risk Patient Undergoing Radical Cystoprostatectomy: A Case Report. Cureus. 2020 Oct.12(10):e10936. Pubmedid: 33072442. Pmcid: PMC7560492.
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