Phillip J. Franklin, MD, MPH, MBA

Occupational Medicine

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Occupational Medicine
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Area of focus ?
Work injuries, Work physicals
Languages spoken
English, Hebrew

Dr. Franklin's Locations

less than  km

About Dr. Franklin

Philosophy of care

To provide great care and service.

Why I entered medicine

To care for others.

Personal interests

Fly fishing, dogs and family.


Colorado College, BA - Biology, 1981

Medical Training
University of Colorado School of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 1985

West Virginia University, MPH - Master of Public Health, 1999

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, MBA - Master of Business Administration, 2007


Internship 1986
Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center, Denver, CO

Internship 1989
Boston University Hospital, Boston, MA

Residency 1990
Otolaryngology, Boston University Hospital, Boston, MA

Residency 1991
Otolaryngology, Boston University Hospital, Boston, MA

Residency 1992
Otolaryngology, Boston University Hospital, Boston, MA

Residency 1993
Otolaryngology, Boston University Hospital, Boston, MA


American Board of Preventive Medicine - Occupational Medicine

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