Originally from New York City, Dr. Soloway completed undergraduate studies at SUNY at Stony Brook. In pursuit of his lifelong dream to be a physician he attended the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in the British West Indies, London, Boston MA, Omaha NE, with post graduate training at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Misericordia Division, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Veterans Administration Medical Center, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children.
Dr. Soloway has dedicated his life to helping patients and colleagues for decades. He has patients visit him from six countries and many U.S. cities. Dr. Soloway’s devotion to patient’s needs have earned him Top Doctor Awards every year since 2003 and he is regarded as one of the leaders in the Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware area for Rheumatologic care.
He's recently written a book titled Bad Medicine: The Horrors of American Healthcare. His credentials are as follows:
Division of Internal Medicine Inspira Health NetworkNominated Chairman Department of Rheumatology
Clinical Associate Professor Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Drexel University College of Medicine
Castle Connolly America’s Top Doctor
Philadelphia Magazine and Inside New Jersey Magazine Top Doctor
Bad Medicine: The Horrors of American Healthcare
Bad Medicine: The Art, Practice, Politics, and Business of Medicine
What They're Saying
"Bad Medicine is a must-read for anyone concerned about the future of America's healthcare system."
Former New Jersey Governor