Dr. Joseph H. Wandass, III joined STMP at the Lenox Village practice location in August, 2017. Dr. Wandass comes to us from Medical Home Primary Care where as Medical Director, he provided primary care services to the employees and dependents of a large automotive supplier in Tennessee. Prior to moving to Tennessee, he worked at Quaker Medical Associates in Orchard Park, New York where he was a partner in a multi-provider primary care Internal Medicine/Pediatrics group for 10 years and also at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital, a rural hospital in Springville, New York. Dr. Wandass received his medical degree magna cum laude from SUNY at Buffalo where he also earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry. He achieved board certification in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Wandass was an associate professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the SUNY Buffalo Medical School and enjoyed educating medical students and residents.
Before attending medical school, Dr. Wandass was appointed as a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at the Naval Research Laboratory and also worked for the Dutch Chemical Company Akzo Nobel as a research scientist. Dr. Wandass is author or co-author of more than 20 scientific papers and holds a United States Patent in magnetic sensor technology. He has received numerous awards for scientific research and teaching. Outside of the office, Dr. Wandass enjoys participating in writing and performing music with his son, practicing yoga, amateur radio, and church activities.
M.D. - State University of New York at Buffalo (magna cum laude)
Ph.D. - State University of New York at Buffalo – Analytical/Physical Chemistry,
Tennessee State Medical License Granted May, 2014
Board Certified in Pediatrics, October, 2002
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, August 2001
June 2010 - Robert S. Berkson, MD Memorial Award in the Art of Medicine, SUNY Buffalo, Department of Medicine and Pediatrics – In Recognition of Outstanding Teaching and Patient Care
April 2001 - Resident Research Aware at 4th Annual Resident Scholarly Exchange Day
1999–2001 - Appointed to Consortium Resident's Committee for 2 year period