Bernard J. Drury, M.D.
Undergraduate: University of San Francisco; Bachelor of Science, 1975
Medical School: Columbia University; M.D., 1981
Internship, General Surgery: University of California, Davis 1982
Residency, General Surgery: University of California, Davis 1983
Residency — Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery; Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York; 1983 to 1986
Certified, American board of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery; 1987
Fellow, American academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
Member American Medical Association
Member California Medical Association
Alameda, Contra Costa County Medical Association
Special interest: Children’s Hospital of Oakland, Otolaryngology representative to the craniofacial panel
Tsuan Li, M.D.
Dr. Tsuan Li is a head and neck surgeon whose practice encompasses all aspects of general ear, nose and throat surgery. Dr. Li received dual degrees in physics and molecular biophysics and biochemistry from Yale University with honors. He received his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and completed general surgery and head and neck surgery training at UC Davis-East Bay and Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. Dr. Li’s particular specialties and interests include thyroid surgery, allergy, medical and surgical management of sinus disease and endoscopic treatment of diverticula. He is also fluent in Cantonese. Dr. Li has been chosen as one of America’s Top Physicians and has been a partner at Summit ENT since 1995.
William B. Lewis, M.D.
Dr. Lewis was born in Brooklyn NY., and raised in Philadelphia, PA. A career in medicine was an early choice, largely influenced by the example of his father, a practicing Philadelphia internist. That decision led him to Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, where, as a premed student, he earned his degree in French. After completing his college degree, Dr. Lewis spent a year studying at the Sorbonne, University of Paris. He studied literature, theater, and philosophy.
After completing his Medical degree at the State University of New York at Syracuse, an internship in Long Island, NY, and a year-long research fellowship at New York University, Dr. Lewis began his residency in ENT at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. In Rochester he was fascinated with the ear and hearing-not only with the array of diseases that affect this organ, but with the microsurgical methods that are currently in use to address these problems. This new interest led him to pursue further training in otology and neurotology (medical and microsurgical management of hearing and balance disorders) at the Florida Ear and Sinus center.
Humanitarian medicine and relief work are of great interest to Dr. Lewis as well. In May of 2000, he was awarded the American Academy of Otolaryngology -Head and Neck surgery’s humanitarian fellowship award. With their support, as well as that of the Ear Research Foundation and the PRASAD Project, he traveled to India. He spent one year in an impoverished region there, and helped to develop clinical services in Ear, Nose, and Throat for a population of over 200,000 people. This was a highlight in Dr. Lewis’ career.
While Dr. Lewis sees many patients for very specific problems, his approach is patient-centered, and broad enough to include the entire person in the solution. He feels it is his highest duty and honor to serve his community and patients with love and compassion. Dr. Lewis is also fluent in Spanish.
See Dr. Lewis in Oakland Magazine: http://www.oaklandmagazine.com/Oakland-Magazine/December-2013/The-East-Bays-Best-Doctors/