Dr. Nurok is a residency trained, Board Certified emergency physician. He went to Indiana University School of Medicine where he received a Medical Doctorate as well as a Masters in Physiology. From there he completed his residency at New York Methodist Hospital in affiliation with Weill Cornell University.
Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Nurok joined the Tripler Army Medical Center and the Hilo Medical Center, both high volume, high acuity emergency departments. He also practiced in the Kahuku Medical Center, an austere emergency department in rural Hawaii where he was often the only available physician in the hospital. Dr. Nurok later served as the Emergency Department Director at Gifford Medical Center in Vermont. He has performed research on skeletal muscle contraction and pediatric endocrine related issues, as well as having been published in the Journal of Medical Toxicology.
Dr. Nurok is excited to share his adult and pediatric emergency medicine experience with the Lonestar 24HrER team and the people of Texas.