James A. Haughey
|Dr. James A. Haughey|
Dr. James A. Haughey was the inventor of the Tug ahoy foreskin restoration device, one of the first tapeless devices.
James A. Haughey, M.S., M.D. graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
He did a Rotating Internship at University of California, Irvine School of Medicine/ Orange County Medical Center.
He spent two years in the Army Medical Corps, one year in Viet Nam, and one year at Ft. Polk, LA., as a General Medical Officer.
He then spent two years in Industrial Medicine, treating Job Accidents.
He then returned to USC, where he was the first M.D. in their Biomedical Engineering Program, and received a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering.
He then worked two years for a medical device company, while continuing to practice medicine one day a week.
He then practiced medicine in a private medical practice, as a Board Certified Family Practioner in West Los Angeles for 15 years. He had hospital staff admitting privileges at St. John's and Santa Monica Hospitals.
He quit the active practice of medicine January, 1995
James died in 2009.