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Dr. Bruce A Kaufman MD, Neurosurgeon

Dr. Bruce A Kaufman MD


9000 W Wisconsin Ave Urgent Care Dept. Milwaukee WI, 53226



As the leader of the division of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Children's Hospital, Dr. Kaufman has tried to create a group that can handle all of the various problems in Pediatric Neurosurgery. He works ...

Board Certification

Dermatology American Board of Dermatology ABD

Neurological Surgery American Board of Neurological Surgery ABNS

Provider Details

Male English


  • 2011 Milwaukee Super Doctors
  • 1998 - Best Doctors in America


  • Univ Hosp Of Cleveland, Neurological Surgery
  • University Hospital Of Cleveland
  • University Hospitals, Cleveland 1982

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Children's Memorial Hospital 1989
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery - Children's Memorial Hospital - Chicago, IL 1988

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9000 W Wisconsin Ave -
Milwaukee, WI 53226
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New patients: 414-805-3666, 414-266-6435
Fax: 414-266-6449

Practice At

9000 West Wisconsin Avenue -
Milwaukee, WI 53226
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New patients: 414-805-3666

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