Rheumatologist in Philadelphia, PA
Bruce Hoffman, MD, MACR
Dr. Hoffman joined the practice in 2001 and serves as a Senior Partner. He completed his undergraduate degree at Muhlenberg College and attended Temple University School of Medicine. He did his residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP) and continued there for his Rheumatology fellowship. He joined the faculty at the MCP (now Drexel University). He was actively involved in patient care and teaching at MCP, Einstein Medical Center and Moss Rehabilitation Center.
Dr. Hoffman served as Chief of Rheumatology and joint Program Director for the Rheumatology Fellowship program at the MCP and Hahnemann University. His leadership roles include past President of the Philadelphia Rheumatism Society and Board member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Arthritis Foundation.
He is a Master of the American College of Rheumatology and Chief of Rheumatology at Jefferson Northeast Hospital. Dr. Hoffman has received the Hollander Award for Excellence in Rheumatology from the Arthritis Foundation and has been named Best Doctor in America for numerous years as well as a Philadelphia Magazine Top Doctor.
Dr. Hoffman is an avid Eagles fan, enjoys reading history books, and spends his free time with his dog and his family.