Dr. Kaprow received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida in 1992, and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2001. During his time at Nova Southeastern, he completed pre-doctoral fellowships in both Anatomy and Osteopathic Practices and Principles. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at POH Medical Center, an affiliate training site of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, in 2004. During residency, Marc was honored as the Resident of the Year, 2002-2003 and served as Chief Resident during the 2003-2004 training year. In 2020 Dr. Kaprow received a Master of Healthcare Administration with a specialization in Healthcare Leadership from Capella University.
Dr. Kaprow is certified in Internal Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Medicine by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine. He completed recertification for Internal Medicine in 2013, and recertification for Hospice and Palliative Medicine in 2018. Dr. Kaprow practiced as a primary care physician in the Pembroke Pines / Hollywood area for several years. During that time he served the South Broward Hospital District and Memorial Hospital West on multiple committees, including Utilization Review, Peer Review, Physician Credentialing, Ethics and the Medical Executive committee. In 2008 he was appointed Medical Director of Memorial Home Health Care, and in 2010 Dr. Kaprow transitioned his practice from patient care to administration as the Associate Medical Director for VITAS Hospice in Broward County, one of the largest hospice programs in the country.
In 2012, Dr. Kaprow joined UnitedHealthcare of Florida as a Medical Director. His main focus was on Long Term Services and Supports in 62 counties across the state of Florida, overseeing care for nearly 20,000 frail and elderly lives. In 2018, Dr. Kaprow returned to clinical practice as a Hospice and Palliative Medicine consultant for Vitas Healthcare in the Orlando area. In 2019, he became a Medical Director with Anthem Healthcare working with Simply Healthcare, a managed Medicaid plan in Florida. He continues to see patients for urgent care visits via telehealth services, and volunteers time at Shepard’s Hope, a faith based free clinic in Central Florida.
The oldest child of a retired U.S. Navy Rabbi, Marc has always seen a call to service in the community as an integral part of the practice of Osteopathic Medicine. In addition to many of the professional volunteering opportunities on hospital committees and mentoring future physicians, Marc has spent hundreds of hours volunteering in his daughters’ schools, and served on the Parent Teacher Organization Board. He also was one of the founding members and Past-President of a synagogue that he started within the south Florida community in 2015. In addition to volunteering, Marc and his wife Ivy have raised and donated monies in support of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, the Gwendolyn Strong Foundation, and several local charities.
Dr. Kaprow is a Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at Nova Southeastern University, and an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He has served as President of the Broward County Osteopathic Medical Association, and has served on the Executive Board of the Florida Osteopathic Medicine since 2011. He has served several FOMA committees, including Membership, Continuing Education and Men’s Health, and has served as a delegate to the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Dr. Kaprow also has served on the American College of Osteopathic Internists Practice Management and Professional Development Committee. In 2015, he became an AOA National Health Policy Fellow, and he currently serves on the AOA Council on Economic and Regulatory Affairs. Dr. Kaprow has authored several professional publications, and has lectured nationally on Medical Ethics, Palliative Medicine, and other topics.
Florida Osteopathic Medical Association (FOMA) | Tallahassee, FL