Pulmonary physician Neil Turk Feldman, who opened the St Petersburg Sleep Disorders Center in Pasadena, died June 21 at Tampa General Hospital after complications from open heart surgery.

He was 76 years old and was born in the District of Columbia.  After attending Washington University Medical School he entered the Air Force as a captain, and then completed his internship and residency at Harvard University. He was an assistant professor and head of the Brigham ICU for several years before moving to Florida and joining Palms of Pasadena hospital and opening his practice as a pulmonary physician. Many years later he opened the St Petersburg Sleep Disorders Center in Pasadena.

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