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General Surgeons in Lombard, IL

  • 4 General Surgeons found in Lombard, Illinois
  • None of these General Surgeons have disciplinary actions
  • General Surgeons in Lombard, IL have practiced medicine for an average of 40 years.

Recent Reviews of General Surgeons
in Lombard


  • General Surgery

    2340 S Highland Ave, Suite 250 Lombard, IL 60148

    • General Info
    • Years Experience
      54 Years Experience
    • Accepted Insurance
      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
      Cigna
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    • Hospital Affiliation
      Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital
      Wheaton, IL
    • Education
      Dr M.G.R. Medical University
    • Gender
      MALE
  • General Surgery

    2340 S Highland Ave, Lombard, IL 60148

    • General Info
    • Years Experience
      51 Years Experience
    • Hospital Affiliation
      Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
      Downers Grove, IL
    • Education
      Loyola University of Chicago
    • Gender
      MALE
  • General Surgery

    1801 S Highland Ave, Suite 220 Lombard, IL 60148

    • General Info
    • Years Experience
      21 Years Experience
    • Accepted Insurance
      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
      Cigna
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    • Hospital Affiliation
      Central Dupage Hospital
      Winfield, IL
    • Education
      University of Michigan
    • Gender
      MALE
  • General Practice, General Surgery, Surgical Oncology

    1263 S Highland Ave, Suite 100 Lombard, IL 60148

    • General Info
    • Years Experience
      39 Years Experience
    • Accepted Insurance
      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
      Cigna
      see more…
    • Hospital Affiliation
      Adventist GlenOaks Hospital
      Glendale Heights, IL
    • Education
      University of Illinois at Chicago
    • Gender
      MALE
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General Surgery

A surgeon manages a broad spectrum of surgical conditions affecting almost any area of the body. The surgeon established the diagnosis and provides the preoperative, operative, and postoperative care to surgical patients and is usually responsible for the comprehensive management of the trauma victim and the critically ill surgical patient.
The surgeon uses a variety of diagnostic techniques, including endoscopy, for observing internal structures, and may use specialized instruments during operative procedures. A general surgeon is expected to be familiar with the salient features of other surgical specialties in order to recognize problems in those areas and to know when to refer a patient to another specialist.

Pediatric Surgery

A surgeon with expertise in the management of surgical conditions in premature and newborn infants, children and adolescents.

Surgery of the Hand

A surgeon with expertise in the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means, of all structures of the upper extremity directly affecting the form and function of the hand and wrist.

Surgical Critical Care

A surgeon with expertise in the management of the critically ill and postoperative patient, particularly the trauma victim, who specializes in critical care medicine diagnoses, treats and supports patients with multiple organ dysfunction. This specialist may have administrative responsibilities for intensive care units and may also facilitate and coordinate patient care among the primary physician, the critical care staff, and other specialists.

Vascular Surgery

A surgeon with expertise in the management of surgical disorders of the blood vessels, excluding the intercranial vessels or the heart.

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General Surgery

A surgeon manages a broad spectrum of surgical conditions affecting almost any area of the body. The surgeon established the diagnosis and provides the preoperative, operative, and postoperative care to surgical patients and is usually responsible for the comprehensive management of the trauma victim and the critically ill surgical patient.
The surgeon uses a variety of diagnostic techniques, including endoscopy, for observing internal structures, and may use specialized instruments during operative procedures. A general surgeon is expected to be familiar with the salient features of other surgical specialties in order to recognize problems in those areas and to know when to refer a patient to another specialist.

Pediatric Surgery

A surgeon with expertise in the management of surgical conditions in premature and newborn infants, children and adolescents.

Surgery of the Hand

A surgeon with expertise in the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means, of all structures of the upper extremity directly affecting the form and function of the hand and wrist.

Surgical Critical Care

A surgeon with expertise in the management of the critically ill and postoperative patient, particularly the trauma victim, who specializes in critical care medicine diagnoses, treats and supports patients with multiple organ dysfunction. This specialist may have administrative responsibilities for intensive care units and may also facilitate and coordinate patient care among the primary physician, the critical care staff, and other specialists.

Vascular Surgery

A surgeon with expertise in the management of surgical disorders of the blood vessels, excluding the intercranial vessels or the heart.