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Dr. Ronald Renzi, (NPI #1316947625)

Dr. Ronald M. Renzi, DPM (NPI # 1316947625) 

Dr. Renzi has been a practicing podiatrist in Abington and the surrounding area for more than 25 years. His empathy and knowledge allow him to care for patients from toddlers to geriatrics, with his oldest patient passing the 100-year milestone.

He is the founder and director of the Save Your Soles campaign, a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, and a graduate of the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine (formerly Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine). He has lectured on lower extremity amputations at the national American Diabetes conference, the American Podiatry Association national conference, and the Philadelphia-area Goldfarb Foundation Podiatric Conference. He completed a surgical residency at Kensington Hospital and has served as a staff member of Abington Hospital since 1991.

 Dr. Renzi is the recipient of the Martin Luther King Community Service Award, the Innovators Award from Abington Health Foundation, and the Chester Environmental Partnership Outstanding Support Award.

He lives in Abington with his wife Maureen. When not working, he revels in his role as Pop to his grandchildren and enjoys spending time at the South Jersey shore at the beach and on the basketball courts.

Which group in the Philadelphia area receive the most amputations?

A. Black men ages 40 – 60
B. White men over age 60
C. Black women ages 40 – 60


Black Men ages 40 – 60

Black men are nearly 3x as likely to experience a lower extremity amputation than any other group.

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