Dr. Patrick Tomak is a board-certified neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive treatment of both spinal and intracranial disorders. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Syracuse University where he designed and manufactured instruments for treating brain tumors via stereotactic approaches. He earned his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine, graduating with distinction. He completed a general surgery internship and residency at Emory University School of Medicine’s Department of Neurological Surgery. At Emory, his research time was spent in the development of alternate fusion models for the treatment of spinal disorders. Today, he is an attending physician in the department of neurosurgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital, St. Raphael campus. He works as part of a team specializing in the endoscopic treatment of skull-based and pituitary tumors. He has an active practice that focuses on minimally invasive techniques to manage complex spinal disorders, and merges his engineering background with the latest technology to provide state-of-the-art care.
Practice: Connecticut Neuroscience, PC
Medical School: George Washington University School of Medicine
Hospital Affiliations: Hospital of St. Raphael, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Mid-State Medical Center
Organizations: Congress of Neurologic Surgeons, New England Neurosurgical Society, New Haven Medical Society, American Association of Neurologic Surgeons, Hospital of St. Raphael Medical Executive Committee