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Dr. Fred A. Wagshul, M.D.

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Current Position:                    

My Time Physician Founder and Medical Director (present)

Lung Center of America (1993-present)

Private Practice

8371 Yankee Street

Centerville, OH 45458


Board Certification:               
American Board of Internal Medicine – Board Eligible

Pulmonary Medicine

Critical Care Medicine


Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

1967-1971 B.S./Biological Science


Brooklyn College

Brooklyn, NY

1974-1976, M.A./Secondary Education


Universidad Central del Este

San Pedro de Marcoris

Repulica Dominicana

1976-1980, M.D.


Postgraduate Training:         
Internship and Residency

 Internal Medicine 1981-1984

Perth Amboy Hospital

New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry

Perth Amboy, NJ



Pulmonary Medicine 1984-1986

Norwalk Hospital

Yale University School of Medicine

Norwalk, CT


Scholastic Award – Ohio State University 1967-1971


Hospital Appointments:       
Kettering Medical Center 1986

3535 Southern Boulevard

Kettering, OH 45429


Sycamore Hospital   1986             

2150 Leiter Road

Miamisburg, OH 45342


Middletown Regional Hospital 1996

105 McKnight Drive

Middletown, OH 45044-4898


Ohio, 1986 – Present

NY, 1984-1986

NJ, 1984-1986

CT, 1984-1986


Professional Associations:           

Alpha Omega Alpha 1990

Medical Honor Society

Wright State University – School of Medicine

Associate, American College of Chest Physicians 1981

Associate, American College of Chest Physicians 1984

American Medical Association 1985

Ohio State Medical Association 1986

Montgomery County Medical Society 1986

Ohio Thoracic Society 1996

Teaching attending Internal Medicine program at Kettering Medical Center

Critical Care Management / Pulmonary – Teaching attending IM residency program at KMC


Academic Appointments:            

Former co-director of Critical Care Services at Kettering Medical Center 1987 - 2014

Former director of transtracheal oxygen program at Kettering Medical Center 1987-2014

Clinical Instructor – Wright State University School of Medicine 1987-Current      

Founding member of the Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) 2020-Current

Clinical Instructor


Foreign Languages:                        


Specialized Training:                       
Proficient in all aspects of invasive and non-invasive pulmonary care medicine including fiberoptic bronchoscopy, wang needle aspiration, endotracheal intubation, pulmonary function testing, exercise testing, sleep laboratory evaluation, consultations, ventilator management, Swan-Ganz catheterization, arterial line placement, temporary pacemakers, pleural biopsy, chest tube placement, transthoracic needle aspiration, and strong computerized critical care background including mass spectrometry analysis and servo ventilators.


Furnished Upon Request

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