Dr. Jonathan Gusdorff graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, then completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at The Bryn Mawr Hospital. He then went on to complete a fellowship in Neuroradiology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. After several years in private practice, Gusdorff decided to branch out into the business world. Following the latest healthcare trends, he opened up the first urgent care center in Delaware County certified by the Urgent Care Association of America. CareSTAT Urgent Care Centers quickly grew to four locations across Delaware and Montgomery Counties and was a regular source for healthcare news affecting the Delaware Valley. Gusdorff and CareSTAT had been featured on WPVI’s Health Check report and in The Philadelphia Business Journal several times during his ownership of CareSTAT. In 2015, Gusdorff sold CareSTAT to a larger organization based in Maryland. In 2016 he helped to organize a group of professionals following Governor Wolf’s signing Act 16 (The Medical Marijuana Act) into law. He and his group applied for a permit to lawfully dispense medical marijuana, and in June, 2017, was awarded a permit to open three medical marijuana dispensaries in South Central Pennsylvania. In addition, Gusdorff has been sanctioned by the Department of Health to educate physicians, hospitals, healthcare providers and law enforcement officials about medical marijuana, its appropriate uses, the law and Pennsylvania’s program.
Gusdorff resides in Bryn Mawr with his two daughters