Jon F. Graham MD, LLC.
Dr. Graham obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry at Michigan State University in East Lansing Michigan, with high honors, in 1974. He obtained his Doctorate degree in Medicine at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan, with distinction, in 1978. He was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society while at Wayne State. He did his internship and neurosurgical residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC and neuro-oncology research at the national Institute of health in Bethesda Maryland, completing his neurosurgical training in 1984. Born in Wahiawa, Hawaii, he returned to the islands in 1984. He initially practiced at Tripler Army Medical Center, then Kaiser Medical Center, and has been in private practice at Queens Medical Center since 2000. Since then he has continued to serve the needs of the community on Oahu. As a firm believer in providing outreach services to outer island communities with a shortage of neurosurgical care, Dr. Graham travels to the Big Island (Hawaii Island), where he also performs surgery, and more recently to Maui.
As a member of the American Association of neurological surgeons, Congress of neurological surgeons, American Medical Association, Hawaii Medical Association, Philippine Medical Association of Hawaii, and Hawaii Association of Neurological Surgeons, and with more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Graham is more than qualified to diagnose and treat your condition while providing the best possible outcome. Dr. Graham feels that providing a detailed evaluation, analysis of the condition, explanation of treatment options, and recommendations in layman’s terms will allow patients and their families to make the best treatment choices allowing for the best possible outcome. Dr. Graham is a proud father of 3 adult children: Scott, Kyla, and Lara. When he is not working to improve your health, he can be found hiking, golfing, taking nature photographs, and surfing.