Arthur Arand, MD, Elected Chairman of Mayfield Clinic
CINCINNATI – Arthur Arand, MD, a Mayfield Clinic neurosurgeon and spine surgery specialist based in Fairfield, Ohio, has been elected Chairman of the Board and President of the Mayfield Clinic, one of the nation’s largest and most respected groups of neurosurgeons. Dr. Arand assumes his position January 1, 2013, for a three-year term.
He replaces Ronald Warnick, MD, who has served as Chairman since 2004 and completes nine years of service in that capacity this month. Dr. Warnick, who also served as president of Mayfield in 2011 and 2012, will continue his work as a brain tumor specialist at the Mayfield Clinic and as Medical Director of the University of Cincinnati Brain Tumor Center.
Mario Zuccarello, MD, remains in the position of Vice Chairman, as designated by his role as Chairman of the UC Department of Neurosurgery.
Also elected to the Mayfield Board of Directors were:
In addition, Dr. Arand also appointed Bradbury Skidmore, MD to serve as Appointed Member at Large.
Dr. Arand was Treasurer of the Mayfield Board of Directors from 2010 through 2012. He has served as Medical Director at Mercy Hospital Fairfield since 2004 and as Medical Director of The Christ Hospital Spine Surgery Center since 2009. He became an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at UC in 2008.
Dr. Arand’s areas of expertise in spine surgery include kyphoplasty, minimally invasive discectomy, and spinal fusion (including ALIF, TLIF, and XLIF procedures). He also has expertise in image-guided neurosurgery and the treatment of brain tumors, aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, hydrocephalus, trigeminal or occipital neuralgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and ulnar neuropathy.
The Mayfield Clinic, a single-specialty academic neurosurgery group, is recognized as one of the nation's leading physician organizations for clinical care, education, and research of the spine and brain. Supported by 21 neurosurgeons, five neurointensivists, an interventional radiologist, and a pain specialist, the Clinic treats 20,000 patients from 35 states and 13 countries in a typical year. Mayfield's physicians have pioneered surgical procedures and instrumentation that have revolutionized the medical art of neurosurgery for brain tumors and neurovascular diseases and disorders.