Monday August 4, 2014: Vinay Rai, MD, University of New Mexico HSC
Monday August 11, 2014: Surgery Chair, Ronald M. Stewart, MD
Monday August 18, 2014: Ismail Jatoi, MD, Surg Onc Chief
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The Division of General and Minimally Invasive Surgery provides evaluation and treatment of the full range of common and complex general surgical problems.
Our surgeons provide evaluation and treatment of the full range of common and
complex general surgical problems, including colorectal disorders, endocrine
surgery, laparoscopic and laparoendoscopic procedures, surgical diagnosis and
management of diseases of the foregut, and endoscopic evaluataion and surgical
management of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tracts.
Patient services and clinic locations
Digestive Disease Center —
Located in the MARC General & Laparoendoscopic Surgery clinic, the Digestive
Disease Center is a multidisciplinary center providing comprehensive gastroenterological and general
Visit the Digestive Disease Center website.
UT Center for Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery —
Located in the General Surgery clinic at Westover Hills,
the UT Center for Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery strives to improve the quality
of life of individuals who suffer from morbid obesity, and to prevent or control
the complications associated with this disorder. We will use a comprehensive,
multidisciplinary program to evaluate, support, educate and treat morbidly obese
patients and provide a variety of state-of-the-art bariatric surgical procedures
for carefully selected candidates.
Visit the UT Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery website.
The Stewart M. and Hugh M. Johnson Center for Surgical Innovation (JCSI) —
The Johnson Center offers skills-based curricula primarily directed towards
junior level residents (i.e. PGY-1 and PGY-2).
Visit the Johnson Center for Surgical Innovation website.