Rodwan K. Rajjoub, MD

  • Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Neurosurgery Director, UPMC Susquehanna

Rodwan K. Rajjoub, MD, joined UPMC Susquehanna in March of 2017 after almost 30 years in private practice. He served his residency at George Washington University after receiving his medical degree and undergraduate degree from Damascus University in Syria. He is married, a father of five and enjoys playing tennis in his spare time.

Community Clinic Sites

205 South Front Street, 6th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17104

Specialized Areas of Interest

Brain tumor; spinal disorders; peripheral nerves.

Board Certifications

American Board of Neurological Surgery, Diplomate

Hospital Privileges

Divine Providence Hospital
Evangelical Community Hospital
Jersey Shore Hospital
Muncy Valley Hospital
Williamsport Regional Medical Center

Professional Organization Membership

American Association of Neurological Surgeons
American College of Surgeons
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Pennsylvania Medical Society
Mid-Atlantic Neurosurgical Society
Pennsylvania Neurological Society
Lycoming County Medical Society

Education & Training

  • BA, (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), Damascus University, 1967
  • MD, Damascus University, 1972
  • Residency, George Washington University, 1979

Selected Publications

Smith DR, Smith HJ, Rajjoub RK. Measurement of spinal cord blood flow by microsphere technique. Neurosurgery 2(1):27-30, 1978.

Kobrine AI, Timmins E, Rajjoub RK, Rizzoli HV, Davis DO. Demonstration of massive traumatic brain swelling within 20 minutes after an injury. Case report. J. Neursourg 46(2):256-8, 1977.
Rajjoub RK, Wood JH, Ommaya AK. Granulomatous angitis of the brain: Successfully treated case. Neurology 27(6):588-91, 1977.

Rajjoub RK, Wood JH, Van Buren JM. Significance of Purkinje cell density in seizure suppression by chronic cerebellar stimulation. Neurology 26(7):645-50, 1976.

Greco FA, Kolins J, Rajjoub RK, Brereton MD. Hodgkin disease and granulomatous angitis of the central nervous system. Cancer 38(5):2027-32, 1976.