Spine Care, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
18444 N. 25th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85023
Justin E. Statt, DO is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician at The CORE Institute.
Dr. Statt has cared for patients with The CORE Institute since 2014 and has been serving as Medical Director of Banner Health’s Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Banner Boswell Medical Center since 2015 and Banner University – Phoenix Medical Center since 2018. Under Dr. Statt’s direction, Banner Boswell Medical Center has been in the top 10% nationwide in regard to quality outcome metrics since 2017 and fell within the top 3% for 2019. In addition, since leading the efforts at Banner University Medical Center – Phoenix, the Acute Rehabilitation program has increased from the 51st percentile which was prior to his arrival, to the 87th percentile, or top 13% nationwide for 2019.
During his time as Medical Director, Dr. Statt has continued to professionally and academically grow, graduating from Banner Health’s Advanced Leadership Program for physicians: Cohort 14 in 2019. Dr. Statt completed his residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where he served as Administrative Chief Resident and was awarded Senior Resident of the Year and Areti Award Winner for Altruism. During his residency, he was an active contributor to his community; he served as a member of the Didactic Advisory Group, where he assessed the academic curriculum of the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation program, making actionable recommendations to the Program Director and Department Chair. In addition, he routinely contributed content to Rehab in Review medical journal as a resident reviewer and was highly active in research studies.
Dr. Statt received his internship training from Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, now known as Banner University Medical Center – Phoenix, where he did clinical rotations at both the private sector hospital and the greater Phoenix VA hospital. He obtained his doctoral degree from Midwestern University. During his time in medical school, Dr. Statt was an active member of Midwestern University’s community. He became one of two founding members of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Club, successfully establishing an on-campus platform for educating medical students and the Midwestern community about the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). The group also provided members with opportunities to volunteer and network with Midwestern’s PM&R alumni, as well as, local PM&R providers. He served as a member of Team of Physicians for Students, a group dedicated to providing care and education about sudden cardiac arrest and related medical conditions to high school athletes and their families through free preventive screenings and physical examinations.
Dr. Statt remains active in the medical education community, offering lectures and presentations. He is an active member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP).
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine (AZCOM)
University of Arizona
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