Chief of Surgery,
Eastern Region, Rochester Regional Health
Cell Phone: 585.314.8655
Email: [email protected]
Additional degree: Masters in Medical Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Fellow of the American College of Surgeons: Lewis Zulick, MD MMM FACS
Overview of practice: I do minimally invasive surgery, including robotic surgery, for most of my procedures.
Commonly treated conditions: Hernia, gallbladder disease, Intestinal problems such as colon cancer, bowel obstruction, gastroesophageal reflux, inflammatory bowel disease; anorectal problems such as hemorrhoids, fissures and abscesses; skin problems such as skin cancer, lumps, bumps, abscesses; varicose veins; chronic wounds, Breast problems such as cancer and infections, Breast growth in males
I also did part of my residency 1986-1987 at the Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital was 1987-1989.
I am a veteran of the US Navy having served during Operation Desert Storm and retired as a Lieutenant Commander.
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