Scott James Brick, D.O.
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine – General Surgery


  • American Osteopathic Board of Surgery certification (AOBS);2011-present
  • Florida unrestricted medical license; 2018-present
  • Missouri unrestricted medical license; 2010-present
  • National Healing Institute of Special Wound Management and
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy; 2010-present
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support; 2009-present
  • Basic Life Support; 2009-present
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support; 2009-present
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support; 2008-present
  • Specialized DaVinci Robotic Training


  • Gastric Mixed Tumor Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center-NY, NY; 2009
  • Cardiothoracic Surgery Service, New York Presbyterian-Cornell-NY, NY; 2008
  • Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center-NY, NY; 2008
  • Breast Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center-NY, NY; 2008
  • Trauma Service, Mary Immaculate Hospital-Queens, NY; 2008
  • Surgical ICU, New York Presbyterian-Cornell-NY, NY; 2007
  • Surgical Burn/Special Wound Service, Hearst Burn Center Cornell-NY, NY; 2007
  • Surgical Intern, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center-Brooklyn, NY; 2005-2006


Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Nova Southeastern University-Fort Lauderdale, FL; 2005
Bachelor of Science, Physics, Creighton University-Omaha, NE; 2000


  • Florida Medical License 2018-current
  • Missouri Medical License 2010-current
  • American College of Osteopathic Surgeons; 2005-present
  • American Osteopathic Association; 2001-present
  • Florida Osteopathic Medical Association; 2001-present


Retrospective review of radiologic diagnosis of appendicitis and pathological confirmation in urban hospital, American Journal of Surgery, Volume 12; pp. 23-25

  • Retrospective review of post op laparoscopic appendectomy patients who had both a positive CT finding and pathologically proven appendicitis.

Topical oxygen and wound healing following traumatic exploratory laparotomy operations, American Journal of Surgery, Volume 6; pp. 391-393

  • Rate of wound healing and complications with the use of topical hyperbaric oxygen following traumatic exploratory laparotomy incisions.

Wound VAC in the use of low output enterocutaneous fistula, ACOS Meeting, New Orleans, LA; April 2007

High Energy Physics in Medicine, Brookhaven National Laboratories, Brookhaven, NY; June 20- August 2006