Address: 10000 W. Colonial Dr.
Ocoee, FL 34761
Dr. Scott Marsel was born in Nassau County, New York and grew up in New York City and Long Island. Dr. Marsel received his BA and MD degrees in Brooklyn, New York and went on to do his internal medicine residency at Beth-Israel Hospital in New York City, where he had the honor of serving as the Chief Medical Resident.
Dr. Marsel moved to Central Florida in 1999, where he continues to provide primary care internal medicine for his patients. Dr. Marsel prides himself on spending ample time with his patients and listening to their needs. He typically spends half an hour with both new patients and those coming in for annual visits, something other doctors are not always able to do.
Along with Dr. Truc Tran, Dr. Marsel admits and cares for patients in both the inpatient and outpatient setting of Health Central Hospital - a campus of Orlando Regional Health – and also serves as a member of their Credentialing Committee. Dr. Marsel has been a speaker on topics including cholesterol management, diabetes, vaccinations, and preventative health issues. He prides himself on providing preventative care while educating his patients about disease prevention and treatment.
Dr. Marsel currently resides in Windermere with his wife and three children, who attend West Orange High School. In his free time, Dr. Marsel enjoys sports, movies, running, traveling, comedy and music.
S.U.N.Y Health Science Center, Brooklyn, NY
Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Englewood Hospital Restraints Reduction Committee
Englewood Hospital IPA Utilization Committee
Chief Resident for Internal Medicine, Learn and Earn Program, Beth Israel Medical Center
Summa Cum Laude, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
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