Arizona
Abram Burgher, M.D.
Board-Certified Physician
Medical Training

Medical School
University of Minnesota Medical School

Internship
Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education

Residency
Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Anesthesiology

Licensures:
American Board of Pain Medicine
American Board of Anesthesiology
Arizona State Medical License

A highly trained pain specialist and anesthesiologist, Dr. Burgher received his bachelor’s degree as well as medical degree from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, receiving magna cum laude and AOA honors respectively. He completed his internship, residency in Anesthesiology, and fellowship in Sports Medicine at the prestigious Mayo School of Graduate Education in Rochester, MN.

Dr. Burgher’s work experience displays a commitment to providing quality care, research, and problem solving. In conjunction with a couple of non-governmental organizations, he worked to develop a small primary care network in Central America. He also worked as an anesthesiologist at a major hospital in Mexico City, Mexico, and collaborated with Mayo Clinic to develop international educational partnerships. Upon returning to the United States, Dr. Burgher landed in the greater Phoenix area and is affiliated with the North Mountain and Deer Valley locations of John C. Lincoln Hospital, as well as the West Valley Hospital Medical Center.

In addition to delivering care and conducting research, Dr. Burgher is something of an adventure sport enthusiast. He enjoys camping, scuba diving, skiing, hiking, and being active with his family.

Awards and Accomplishments:

2012-2016: Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals
2012: CMS Stage 1
AOA Honors: University of Minnesota Medical School
Magna Cum Laude honors: University of Minnesota

“I enjoy being someone my patients rely on and being able to help them through some of the most difficult things they will face. Patients with pain have often been to many different doctors and have had many tests. I like the challenge of sorting through this with them, listening to them and coming up with a treatment plan together that best matches their personal needs.” – Dr. Burgher