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The Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital provides surgical treatments for colorectal, gastrointestinal, pancreatic and other conditions.
Surgeons in the Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery work together with specialists in the Department of Surgery, the Digestive Healthcare Center and the Cancer Center to deliver safe, effective surgical treatments to patients.
Specializing in all types of general and gastrointestinal surgeries, our division’s highly skilled surgeons offer the latest surgical treatments including:
Committed to leading new innovations that improve patient care, Mass General surgeons were among the pioneers in minimally invasive surgery and were the first to perform a human Natural Orifice Surgery (NOTES) procedure in New England. This innovative technique leaves patients with no visible surgical scars.
Our surgeons are highly experienced in performing complex procedures to treat cancers of the stomach, esophagus and rectum in a completely minimally invasive manner, procedures available at few hospitals in the world.
Whenever possible, our surgeons use the least invasive methods for treating metabolic, gastrointestinal, pancreatic and other conditions. Learn more about the minimally invasive procedures that our division performs.
All of our surgeons are Harvard Medical School faculty and many serve in leadership positions of major medical societies, such as the:
In addition, our physicians are actively involved in laboratory, clinical and outcomes research. Specialty areas of surgical research include NOTES, pancreatic cancer, colorectal diseases and endocrine diseases.
Our surgeons take a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to providing the best patient care, working side-by-side with each patient’s entire treatment team to provide comprehensive, personalized treatment for cancer patients and other patients with complex conditions.
One of the hallmarks of our division is our caring, personalized service. We strive to foster close relationships with patients and their families. In fact, results from patient surveys show that more than 90 percent of our patients report they would "definitely recommend" their Mass General surgeon to a friend or family member.
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