Meet Our Provider, Dr. Jamie Oberman
Jamie Oberman, MD, FACS received his B.A. from Boston College and M.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA., where he was on scholarship with the Navy.
Dr. Oberman completed his Pediatrics Internship/General Surgery Internship/and Otolaryngology residency training at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA. Dr. Oberman completed two tours as a staff Otolaryngologist in both Okinawa, Japan and Jacksonville, FL. While on staff in Jacksonville he served a two-year term as the President of the Medical Staff as well as serving as their Communication in Healthcare Course Director.
He is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He was an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences from 2011-2017. He was also recognized by Jacksonville Magazine as “Best of Otolaryngology in 2011.”
He completed training at the Naval Undersea Medical Institute (NUMI) in Groton, CT and the Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center in Panama City, FL in 1997. His operational tours for the US Navy include Submarine Squadrons SIX, EIGHT in Norfolk, VA, and being the Senior Diving Medical officer for Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group TWO in Little Creek, VA. During his operational tours, he served as the Tidewater regional diving casualty and clinical hyperbaric expert consultant, and also covered for the SUBLANT Senior Medical Officer. He also established a SCUBA training program for submarines on the waterfront. Dr. Oberman deployed on the USS Narwhal submarine receiving his submarine medical officer qualification and performed underwater explosive surveillance during OPSAIL 2000 in NYC harbor, summer 2000. He was honored as the USN-wide “Undersea Medical Officer-of-the-Year for 1999.”
After retiring from the US Navy in 2017, Dr. Oberman joined the Becker ENT practice, an affiliate of the University of Pennsylvania System in Princeton, NJ, and was appointed the inaugural Medical Director for the Patient Experience at the Princeton health system campus of UPENN. He transitioned closer to family in 2018 and joined the Frederick Health Medical Group. He was instrumental in establishing their inaugural Otolaryngology department.
Dr. Oberman is married to Margaret (Meg) Ann Perusse Oberman, MD, MPH, FACP of Litchfield, CT, and currently resides in Montgomery County, MD. They have three children.
- Summa Cum Laude
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Alpha Sigma Nu
- BC Trustees Academic Scholarship
Naval Honors -
- Naval Rank - CAPTAIN - O-6
- 1999 Diving Medical Officer of the Year
Naval Duty Assignments -
- Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Groton, Connecticut
- Panama City, Florida
- Okinawa, Japan
- Walter Reed, Maryland
- 2011 - US Navy Otorhinolaryngology Specialty Leader/ Advisor to the US Navy Surgeon General
- 2011 - Voted "Best of Otolaryngology in 2011" - Jacksonville Magazine
- 2013 - "Young Physician Leader" American Academy of Otolaryngology/ Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO/HNSF)
- Medical Director, Patient Experience, Princeton Health, University of Pennsylvania
- President of the Medical Staff, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL - 2001 - 2013
- Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences from 2011 - 2017
- Faculty at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
- National Faculty for the Institute for Healthcare Excellence (IHE), Ponte Vedra, FL . 2010 - Present
- Princeton Health Campus, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, NJ
Tiffany Whitehead, PA-C
Raised in Western New York, Tiffany worked in EMS from 1989-1998, starting as an EMT and working as Paramedic for 5 years. After graduating from PA School, Tiffany worked in General Surgery for 1 year, Cardiac surgery for 2 years, then ER for 17 years followed by 2 years of Urgent Care.
Tiffany is married with 3 children and a dog. She enjoys both water and downhill skiing, swimming, reading, and has many DIY projects.
Amazing. Dr Oberman was the third ENT I had seen. No one else listened to me. He listened and found the source of my symptoms. He literally improved the quality of my life. I recommend him to all my friends and family. He is the best. If you want a doctor who will listen to you and be your advocate go see Dr Oberman.
Dr Oberman is truly top notch. He leaves no stone unturned and diagnosed me with a rare sinus disease after other ENT doctors have given me nasal sprays and ignored my complaints. He treats his patients like family. He listens, explains everything in depth so I could understand. I am telling all my friends to go see him. So thankful to have him in Frederick. It has been difficult to find a caring, comprehensive and compassionate ENT doctor in this area. I have no idea how anyone can give him a negative review as every single person I have referred to him have had equally a great experience and are very pleased by his care.
Dr. Oberman is amazing. After visiting another specialist, who didn’t do anything a specialist should and just gave me an antibiotic and said come back in 2 weeks, Dr Oberman did everything under the sun to find out what was wrong. We found a, of course, rare syndrome and he knew how to proceed. He and his team then fought for me with the insurance company as they wanted to deny the surgery based on it’s rarity and their lack of knowledge therein. Surgery was flawless, and recovery was swift. All subsequent follow ups have been great as well. Fantastic bedside manner to boot. Thank you!
My son and I both have been seeing Dr. Oberman and both had surgeries. I have nothing but good things to say about our experience. Dr. Oberman and his surgical assistant are very professional. Everything was done on time, procedures were thoroughly explained, all questions answered. I am recommending this ENT group to everyone.
Dr. Oberman described, with visual aids, what he observed, and provided clear follow-up instructions; but what really led me to write this review was his attention to the fact that I am breastfeeding and the care he took to make sure that my prescription was compatible.
I want to thank Dr. Oberman for being as thorough as he is with my case. My case is a little complicated to say the least. Dr. Oberman took the time to research my circumstances and educate himself accordingly (more so than any other doctor I have seen). Therefore he was able to order the appropriate testing and act accordingly with a diagnosis and a plan for further treatment, all the while, keeping a watchful eye at all times by allowing me access to keep in touch with him with any new or further developments beyond my scheduled appointments. When I needed to be seen immediately by an audiologist, he made sure I was seen right way. He truly cares about his patients and will go to bat with whatever is needed for the well being of his patients. Dr. Oberman has gone above and beyond to keep tabs on my condition above what any other doctor has done or I feel would do.
When I originally had the need for an ENT….my primary doctor gave me the choice of two referrals…one to Dr. Oberman and one to an ENT that I had previously seen. I chose to try someone new since I never received the comfort level or answers from my old ENT and all I can say is that I am glad that I chose Dr. Oberman. I recommend him hands down and without hesitation. Anyone in need of an ENT, I urge you to call Dr. Oberman. You will not be sorry. You will be glad you did.