September 21, 2016
Emergency Services physician Martin (Marty) Linseisen, MD and Orthopaedic trauma surgeon Nicholas Antell, MD have joined Copley Hospital’s medical staff. “We are pleased to welcome both Drs. Linseisen and Antell to our team of top medical providers. We value the experience they offer our patients,” says Copley President Art Mathisen. “Both doctors were drawn to Copley for the focus we place on our patients and their outcomes,” continued Mathisen.
Dr. Antell joins fellow orthopedic surgeons Brian Aros, MD; Bryan Huber, MD; John Macy, MD; Joseph McLaughlin, MD; and Saul Trevino, MD at Mansfield Orthopaedics. In addition to his clinic work, Dr. Antell will work closely with the hospital’s emergency services physicians providing for patients with acute musculoskeletal injuries.
Dr. Linseisen brings extensive experience in medical, surgical, trauma and cardiac care to our emergency department. Prior to Copley, he served as chief resident physician in the Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency Program in Augusta.
Dr. Antell completed his undergraduate study in Biology at the University of Vermont Medical Center. He holds a Master of Medical Science from Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Antell served his residency at the department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Minnesota after graduating from the University of Vermont Medicine. He completed his orthopaedic trauma fellowship at San Francisco General Hospital and the University of California San Francisco. Dr. Antell is a native Vermonter having grown up in Colchester and is happy to return to his roots. He and his family reside in Waterbury.
Dr. Linseisen earned his Medical Degree from the University of Science, Arts & Technology in Montserrat. Prior to medical school in 2009, he had worked as an Emergency Department nurse practitioner for more than a decade. He holds a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Utah. Dr. Linseisen recently researched and reviewed screening instruments for detecting patients with panic disorder and submitted his findings for publication to the Family Practice Inquiry Network Help Desk. Dr. Linseisen resides in Stowe.
Please join Copley in welcoming Drs. Linseisen and Antell to our community hospital.
Copley Hospital is greater Lamoille County’s non-profit community hospital and one of the area’s largest employers. For the past five years, Copley has been recognized as a HealthStrong Hospital, an award of excellence based on a comprehensive measurement metrics including quality, outcomes, patient perspective, affordability and efficiency. Copley offers 24-hour emergency services, a family-friendly Birthing Center, and excellent inpatient and outpatient care with more than 60 specialists, including Cardiology, General Surgery, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation Services and Urology on its campus in Morrisville. Visit www.copleyvt.org or call 802-888-8888 for more information.