Michael Crimmins | MD



Higher Education 

Bachelor’s degree: Chemistry, Salisbury University
Medical school:
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Internship: Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Specialty training: Interventional Neuroradiology Fellowship at New York Presbyterian at Cornell University
Neurocritical Care at New York Presbyterian at Columbia and Cornell University Hospitals

Board Certifications

Board certifications status: Currently board certified
Board certifications: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) and United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties-Neurocritical Care (UCNS)

Clinical Areas of Interest

Brain aneurysms, brain and spine AVM, intracranial and extracranial vascular disease, venous sinus stenting and thrombectomy, minimally invasive cancer treatment of the head, neck and spine.

Leadership & Professional Organizations

Current organizationsSociety of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS)

Hospital director positions: Former- member of the executive committee of the medical staff, chair of the critical care committee, chair of the CPR committee (all at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)

Section chief positions: Former- deputy chief of neurology, stroke medical director, chief of Endovascular Neurosurgery (all at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center) 

Publications & Professorships


  • Assistant Professor of Neurology at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences 2012 to present

Personal Interests

What are your hobbies?
Kiteboarding, playing music, spending time with family and friends, and playing board games.

Family life:
Married with 4 children.

What do you most enjoy about working for IntelliRad and/or at the HCA facilities we staff?
I enjoy the family-like atmosphere. We have meals together almost every day and there is always communication and invites on various clinical and social activities.

Other information:
Fact: Birch beer is the best soda in the world.

View NBC South Florida Interview with Dr. Michael Crimmins about Stroke awareness

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