Third Generation Neurosurgeons move in Sibley’s new Medical Building
May 23, 2011
On April 25, 2011, brothers Joshua Ammerman, M.D. and Matthew Ammerman, M.D. were the first physicians to sign a lease and the first to move into Sibley Memorial Hospital’s new Medical Building. The Sibley Medical Building currently has 88% of its physician office space leased to include specialists and primary care physicians.
The Ammerman’s are third generation neurosurgeons in the Sibley community. Following World War II, their grandfather Harvey Ammerman helped create Sibley’s first neurosurgical program. Subsequently, his father Bruce served as chief of neurosurgery from 1993-2007. Today, Drs. Matthew and Joshua Ammerman continue the tradition by providing the latest minimally invasive neurosurgical techniques.
The Ammerman family has been providing expert neurological care at Sibley for over 50 years. "I come from a long line of Sibley neurosurgeons, but it’s the work and the genuine care each patient receives here that I truly enjoy," said Joshua Ammerman, M.D.
Dr. Matthew Ammerman and Dr. Joshua Ammerman’s new office is located in the Sibley Medical Building at 5215 Loughboro Road, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016. They may be reached at 202-966-6300.
Serving Washington, D.C. since 1890, Sibley Memorial Hospital is a 328-bed acute care nonprofit hospital. Sibley is accredited by the Joint Commission and is licensed by the District of Columbia Department of Health and Human Services. Sibley is a proud member of Johns Hopkins Medicine.