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John Andrew Cox, MD

  • Infirmary Medical Clinics
  • Infirmary Physician Alliance

About John Andrew

John Andrew Cox, M.D. is a neurocritical care and endovascular surgical neuroradiology physician. Dr. Cox will play an integral role in the continued development of the Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center at Mobile Infirmary, encompassing care from the emergency department to the outpatient clinic setting. The addition of Dr. Cox to the medical staff will broaden Mobile Infirmary’s ability to provide advanced and acute stroke care including an expanded Neuro Intensive Care Unit and the addition of a biplane angiography suite.

Dr. Cox earned his medical degree from the Ross University School of Medicine. He completed residency and internship with the Medical College of Wisconsin where he served as Chief Resident from 2017-2018. Dr. Cox joins Infirmary Health following the completion of endovascular surgical neuroradiology and neurocritical care fellowship programs at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

He has served as a clinical instructor in neuro-critical care and neuro-intervention for the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Neurology where he received multiple honors and awards for his excellence in teaching. Dr. Cox also serves as a reviewer for the publication “Frontiers in Neurology” and is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and the American Medical Association.

Specialty Boards and Certifications

  • ACLS Certification, Current, 2012-Present
  • National Board of Medical Examiners, USMLE, 2015
  • Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS), Instructor Course, 2018
  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Diplomate in Neurology, September 2018
  • CITI Program Human Subjects Research - Biomedical Research, December 21, 2018

Professional Societies

  • American Academy of Neurology, Member, 2015-Present
  • American Medical Association, Member, 2015-Present
  • Wisconsin Neurologic Society, Member, 2015-2019


  • Resident Education License, State of Wisconsin 2015-2016
  • State Medical License, State of Wisconsin 2016-Present
  • DEA Certificate, 2016-Present

Served as Chief Resident, Medical College of Wisconsin (2017-2018)

Clinical Instructor, Neuro-Critical Care and Neurointervention, Medical College of Wisconsin | Department of Neurology (2018-2021)

Affiliations Mobile Infirmary, Diagnostic & Medical Clinic, Diagnostic & Medical Clinic | Mobile
  • College
  • McMaster University

    Hamilton, ON

  • Medical School
  • Ross University School of Medicine

    Miramar, FL

  • Internship
  • Medical College of Wisconsin

    Milwaukee, WI

  • Residency
  • Medical College of Wisconsin

    Milwaukee, WI

  • Fellowship
  • Medical College of Wisconsin | Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology

    Milwaukee, WI

  • Medical College of Wisconsin | Neuro-Critical Care

    Milwaukee, WI

  • “Use of Arterial Spin-Labelling in Patients with Sub-Arachnoid Hemorrhage” 2019
    • Author: Wazni, W., Farooq, S., Cox, J. A., Southwood, C., Rozansky, G., Kodankandath, T. V., Johnson, V., & Lynch, J. R.
    • Publisher: Journal of Vascular and Inter-ventional Neurology
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  • “Cross-Circulation Thrombectomy With Use of a Stent-Retriever, a Case Report” 2016
    • Author: Rozansky, G., Sultan-Qurraie, A., Cox, J., Lazzaro, MA.
    • Publisher: Interventional Neuroradiology
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  • “Acute visual loss in a patient with spinal cord injury.” Issue #November 14;2:17080, 2017
    • Author: Farooq, S., Garlanger, K., Cox, JA., Waring, W
    • Publisher: Spinal Cord Series and Cases
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  • "Seizure Prophylaxis in the Immediate Post-Hemorrhagic Period in Patients with Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage” 2018
    • Author: Kodankandath, T. V.,Farooq, S.,Wazni, W.,Cox, J. A.,Southwood, C.,Rozansky, G.,Johnson, V.,Lynch, J. R.
    • Publisher: Journal of Vascular and Inter-ventional Neurology
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  • “Age, stroke severity, use of stent retrievers, general anesthesia, and hemorrhagic conversion may predict outcome in stroke patients who undergo successful intra-arterial therapy.” 2015
    • Author: M Noufal, J Mankad, D Shirilla, A Lakraj, J Cox, A Sattar, W Wally, Y Sallowm, J Lynch, O Zaidat
    • Publisher: Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery
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