Jesse Passman, MD
Specialty in General Surgery
Jesse Passman is a PGY-1 surgery resident. He graduated from Rice University with a BS in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and received his MD from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. During medical school, Jesse performed work in public health and surgery, taking a year-out to pursue an MPH at the University of Pennsylvania and do research in global surgery and the public health implications and clinical outcomes of trauma. In his free time, Jesse likes to travel, hike, backpack, and cycle.
General surgery resident, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Education and training
2019 - Present - General Surgery Residency, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
2014 - 2019 - Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
2010 - 2014 - BS (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology), Rice University, Houston, TX
EMS at Rice University
PGY1 Resident in Surgery at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Gambrah-Sampaney CO, Passman JE, Yost A, Gaulton GN. How Should Schools Respond to Learners’ Demands for Global Health Training?. AMA journal of ethics. 2019 Sep 1;21(9):772-7.
Passman J, Oresanya LB, Akoko L, Mwanga A, Mkony CA, O'Sullivan P, Dicker RA, Löfgren J, Beard JH. Survey of surgical training and experience of associate clinicians compared with medical officers to understand task‐shifting in a low‐income country. BJS open. 2019 Oct 1.
Hatchimonji JS, Passman J, Kaufman EJ, Sharoky CE, Ma LW, Scantling D, Xiong R, Holena DN. ENTEROCUTANEOUS FISTULA AFTER EMERGENCY GENERAL SURGERY: MORTALITY, READMISSION, AND FINANCIAL BURDEN. The journal of trauma and acute care surgery. 2020 Mar 14.
Passman J, Xiong R, Hatchimonji J, Kaufman E, Sharoky C, Yang W, Smith BP, Holena D. Readmissions after injury: is fragmentation of care associated with mortality?. Journal of surgical research. 2020 Jun 1;250:209-15.
Kaufman EJ, Hatchimonji JS, Ma LW, Passman J, Holena DN. Complications and Failure to Rescue After Abdominal Surgery for Trauma in Obese Patients. Journal of Surgical Research. 2020 Jul 1;251:211-9.