Philip Zazove is a physician.

In 1981, Dr. Philip Zazove became the third certified deaf physician in the history of the United States. Now a specialist in family medicine at the University of Michigan Hospital, he has spent more than 30 years in the medical field.

Since deciding at a young age to become a physician, Michigan’s Dr. Philip Zazove has been making history. From the beginning, he refused to accept “no” for an answer. As a result, he became one of the first deaf doctors in the U.S. He is forging a successful career as a treating physician and, as a medical director for the family practice clinics at the University of Michigan, oversees the treatment of thousands of patients.


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