Dr. Jonathon Saxe graduated from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill. with a
bachelor's degree in Biology, and earned his medical degree from Wayne State
University in Detroit. He then went on to complete his General Surgery Residency
and a Trauma Surgery Fellowship at Wayne State. In addition to his extensive
medical education, he has a master's degree in Religion from Liberty University
in Lynchburg, Va.
Dr Saxe was previously the director of Trauma and Critical Care at Sinai-Grace
Hospital in Detroit, and was a professor of Surgery at Wayne State University.
Previously, he was director of Surgical Research and professor of Surgery at Wright
State University in Dayton, Ohio, where he also held other leadership positions,
including associate program director and interim director of the Surgical Critical
Care Fellowship. Dr. Saxe served as the immediate past chair of the Ohio Committee
on Trauma and has more than 50 publications to his name. He is a diplomate of the
American Board of Surgery with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Surgical
Dr. Saxe will be a member of the Naab Road Surgical Group, and will lead and
coordinate research efforts moving forward as St. Vincent Indianapolis pursues verification
as a Level I Trauma Center.