Gary Gansar, MD, is residency trained and Board Certified in General Surgery. He previously served as Chief of Surgery and Staff at Elmwood Medical Center and on the Medical Executive Committee at Mercy Hospital and Touro Infirmary in New Orleans, LA. Dr. Gansar also served as Clinical Instructor and Professor of Surgery at Tulane University. He received his MD and served as Chief Resident at Tulane University Medical School. Dr. Gansar joined AMFS as a consulting medical expert in 2011 and has served as Medical Director since Nov. 2015. In this capacity, Dr. Gansar provides consultation, review and guidance to attorney clients.
Alain Ades, M.D. graduated from Williams College with degrees in Biology and History. After attending Boston University School of Medicine, Dr. Ades completed an Internal Medicine residency at UCLA Cedars Sinai Medical Center, and was awarded the Rigler Award as Outstanding Resident at UCLA. After a Chief Residency year, Dr. Ades completed a Gastroenterology fellowship at the University of California-San Francisco, where he was appointed to the faculty. Dr. Ades has been on staff of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Chief of Medicine and Director of Endoscopy at Exeter Hospital and as Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has experience in providing expert witness testimony to both defense and plaintiffs attorneys. He is author of multiple articles on endoscopic interventions for esophageal reflux and liver transplant.
Dr. Jonathan Feinberg graduated Medical School at the University of Toronto after completing his undergraduate studies at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He subsequently did a Family Practice/Internal Medicine residency and practiced in a private office setting providing primary care services over a period of 45 years. Along the way, he developed interests in Addiction Medicine, Geriatrics, Medical Education and Medico/Legal issues. As the Medical Director of 2 Skilled Nursing Facilities for 25 years, he has expertise in evaluating the quality of care rendered by physicians for nursing home patients as well as the standards of care provided by these facilities and their nursing and ancillary staffs. He serves as a consultant to the Medical Board of California to determine if complaints against licensed physicians are valid and whether these complaints justify potential accusations of breaches in the standard of care rendered by them. He has been a Professor of Family Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine and as a Professor at the University of Nevada, Reno was instrumental in developing the curriculum at their newly developed clinical program.