Bruce Soll, M.D.
Dr. Bruce Soll has practiced medicine in Hawai‘i since 1972. His training is in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary, Sleep, and Critical Care Medicine. For 19 years, he held an academic position at the John A. Burns School of Medicine as a Clinical Educator. During that time, he was Director of Medical Education at the Queen's Medical Center and Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. Together with Mary Ellen Lau, he founded the Queen's Sleep Center in 1982 and served as its Medical Director for 20 years. He is now the Research Director at the Sleep Center. His research interests and publications are in Sleep Medicine.
He is currently retired from JABSOM and private practice and employed by the Queen’s Medical Center. He runs a Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Clinic at the Queen Emma Clinic. This clinic serves uninsured and underinsured members of the community. He continues to be active in JABSOM, teaching medical students and internal medicine residents as a Clinical Professor of Medicine.
He has been married to Linda Soll, a retired dietician, for the past 49 years. They raised two beautiful daughters and are actively involved in the lives of their six grandchildren and one great granddaughter. He enjoys movies, music, reading, baseball, golf, and physical exercise.
He suffers from chronic insomnia. During his talk, he will share both his personal and professional experience in managing this disorder with you.