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Physician NonClinical Careers with John Jurica

Nov 20, 2019

Have you ever met anyone who is a busy orthopedic surgeon and a partner in a private equity firm? Well, today is your chance.

Marshall Kuremsky set his sights on becoming an orthopedic surgeon early in his childhood. And he took all of the necessary steps to make that happen.

But along the way, he became interested in finance, and in private equity investing. So, he applied the same intense study to that discipline as he did to his medical education.

Marshall is an orthopedic surgeon in Raleigh, North Carolina specializing in sports medicine and hand surgery.  He completed his medical training at Columbia University and his orthopedic residency at Carolinas Medical Center, followed by fellowships in Upper Extremity Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine.

While in Raleigh, he broadened his pursuits to include real estate investing, day trading, developing a small health care consulting firm, blogging, and a multimedia social platform promoting news and information about injuries in baseball.  

He joined a venture capital firm called LOUD Capital as the Head of Physician Relations in May 2018 and recently became a partner. He continues to balance those activities with his orthopedic practice.

During our interview, Marshall describes his journey and how he balances his nonclinical and practice-related responsibilities. He also tells us about a pitch competition that his venture capital firm is sponsoring, and how you can apply to be considered for $50,000 in capital and in-kind support.

You can find the show notes with a transcript and links to other resources at