Vinson DiSanto - Spectrum Services, Medical Director
For more than 20 years, Vinson DiSanto, DO, has enjoyed an outstanding career, during which he has held directorial roles with a number of organizations. Currently, Dr. DiSanto serves as the Medical Director for Spectrum Services in Miami, Florida, a position he has retained since 2007.
Prior to this, Dr. DiSanto spent two years functioning as a Regional Occupational Medicine Physician with Pennsylvania’s Concentra Medical Centers. This followed his service as a Family Practice Physician in Occupational Medicine with the Vaughan Medical Center in Martinsville, Virginia. From 1993 until 1997, he functioned as the Chief Medical Officer and Clinical Director for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, which placed him in a supervisory role over all physicians, assistant physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and medical technicians. DiSanto was also responsible for assisting with the formation of inpatient policies.
Before this, he spent two years as an Emergency Room Medical Physician and Occupational Medical Physician with several medical facilities in Northern California, including the Eureka General Hospital, the Mad River Hospital, Humboldt Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Pacific Immediate Care.
Between 1987 and 1991, Dr. DiSanto served in a similar position with hospitals in Phoenix, Arizona, and San Diego, California, including the Phoenix General Hospital, Community Hospital, and Villa View Hospital, for which he acted as the Interim Director.
Before launching his career, Dr. Vinson DiSanto earned his Bachelor of Science from Widener University, where he held a leadership role as Class Vice President. He went on to receive his Doctor of Osteopathy from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. DiSanto then completed an Internship at Phoenix General Hospital. In 1992, he obtained his PhD in Traditional and Oriental Medicine and his Doctor of Acupuncture from the Open International University for Complementary Medicine in Colombo, Sri Lanka.