Natalie Luehmann, MD
About Natalie Luehmann, MD
Natalie Luehmann, MD, is a fellowship-trained breast surgeon with Aurora BayCare General & Vascular Surgery in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery - Surgery
2014 Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI
William Beaumont Hospital - General Surgery
Northwestern Memorial Hospital - Prentice Women’s Hospital - Breast Surgery
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Society of Breast Surgeons
Society of Surgical Oncology
American College of Surgeons
DeMare AM, Luehmann NC, Kawak S, Abbott EE, Long GW, Akay B, Brahmamdam P, Iacco AA, Novotny NM. Cost-effective Approach to Laparoscopic Appendectomy: Balancing Disposable Instrument Cost with Operative Time. The American Surgeon. PMID 32683956.
Luehmann NC, Staubach ME, Akay B, Collier PJ, Han RE, Riggs TW, Novotny NM. Benefits of a Family Centered Approach to Pediatric Induction of Anesthesia. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2019 January. PMID 30355460.
Luehmann NC, Pastewski JM, Cirino JA, Al-Hadidi A, DeMare AM,Riggs TW, Novotny NM, Akay B. Implementation of a Pediatric Trauma Cervical Spine Clearance Pathway. Pediatric Surgical International. 2019 August. PMID 31435734.
Luehmann NC, Cirino JA, Akay B. Implementation of a Pediatric Trauma Cervical Spine Clearance Pathway. American College of Surgeons Quality and Safety Best Practices Case Studies. Volume 9, 2018 Edition.
Luehmann NC, Petroze RT, Langenburg SE, Puligandla PS, Novotny NM. Parathyroid Disorders. American Pediatric Surgical Association, Pediatric Surgery Not A Textbook Resource. 2018 November.
Goodman LB, Lyi ML, Johnson (Luehmann) NC, Cifuente JO, Hafenstein SL, Parrish CR. Binding Site on the Transferrin Receptor for the Parvovirus Capsid and Effects of Altered Affinity on the Cell Uptake and Infection. Journal of Virology. 2010 May; 84: 4969-4978. PMID 20200243.