John J. Carthy
Born on May 18, 1941 in New York City, John J. Carthy
graduated from Regis High School in 1958. He went on
to receive his BS degree from Fordham College, New York,
NY in 1962. He attended Cornell University Medical College,
receiving his M.D. in 1966. He completed post graduate
work at St. Vincent's Hospital, in General Surgery in
Dr. Carthy served in the military from
1968-1970 at the U.S. Army Medical Corps, Tokyo, Japan
at 7th Field Hospital and USAH Zama General Surgery,
Neuro Surgery and Far East Burn Center. He was discharged
honorably with the rank of Major USAMC in 1970.
In solo private practice with a broad
based family practice including coronary care, pacemaker
insertion, upper and lower GI endoscopy, trauma management,
general surgery including Gyn and orthopedic procedures.
He became a Certified Aviation Medical Examiner in 1975.
He currently holds active hospital staff privileges
in family practice at AMI Memorial Hospital,
St. Joseph's Hospital, and Tampa General Hospital.
Dr. Carthy became a certified Diplomate
of National Board Medical Examiners in 1986, and held
a New York State License in Medicine and Surgery. He
is currently a member and fellow of the American Society
of Laser Medicine and Surgery, and a member of the World
Association of Laser Therapy.
He is currently a member of the AMA,
Florida State Medical Society, Hillsborough County Medical
Society, Florida Academy of Family Physicians and The
American Academy of
Family Practice as well as aCertified Senior Aviation
medical Examiner and a Diplomate American Board Family
When not practicing medicine, Dr. Carthy enjoys
flying, sailing, fishing, and scuba diving.
His favorite getaway is on Cat Island, Bahamas.