Overview

I received my Doctor of Medicine from LSU Medical School – New Orleans where I graduated with the Dean’s Award in 1989.

I began my General Surgery Residency at Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Augusta, Georgia. I was selected as Outstanding Laparoscopic Resident – Surgeon and also presented an award-winning scientific presentation for the American College of Surgeons, Georgia Chapter. Upon completion of my residency, I was a recipient of the Outstanding Graduating Resident Award.

I also received the Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service as the Chief of the Department of Specialty Care at Noble Army Hospital. Presently, I have been a practicing physician for over 15 years and have experience with thousands of laparoscopic and open surgeries. I was in advanced training in laparoscopic surgery and instructs courses in advanced laparoscopic techniques.

I have been a surgeon in Tomball, Texas since 1997 and with Surgical Advanced Specialty Center since it’s creation in September of 2002. I have held multiple leadership roles among the hospital’s medical staff. I am a Board Certified General Surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Specialities

  • Colorectal Surgery

    A colorectal surgeon is a medical professional who is experienced with the colon and rectum and is capable of diagnosing and treating diseases that affect these parts of the body. They treat illnesses and diseases that range from mild to severe, and they sometimes work with other specialists and doctors to determine how to treat their patients properly. They are sometimes referred to as proctologists.

  • General Surgery

    A general surgeon is a medical professional who performs surgery on patients. General surgeons typically perform common surgeries and have attended college and medical school to learn the skills needed to perform them successfully. They also care for their patients before and after operations and can give an accurate prognosis after the surgery is complete and the patient has had time to heal.

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    The office is located at 455 School St. Bldg. 1, Suite 10 in Tomball, TX.

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    Rectal Fistula, Pancreatic pseudocyst, Biliary Tract Surgery, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Gallstones, Hernias, Pancreas Cancer, Stomach surgery, Thyroid surgery, Colonoscopy, Laparoscopic & Robotic Colon & Rectal Surgery, Robotic and Laparoscopic Colon & Rectal Surgery, Rectal bleeding, Colon cancer surgery

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