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Find a Surgeon in New Haven, CT to perform surgery that can address either injury or disease.

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  • John Federico, MD 160 Points

    General Thoracic Surgeons
    330 Orchard St Ste 107
    New Haven, CT 06511
  • Nina Horowitz, MD 150 Points

    46 Prince St Ste 301
    New Haven, CT 06519
  • Vasant Khachane, MD 120 Points

    175 Sherman Ave
    New Haven, CT 06511
  • Robert Berke Schlessel, MD 110 Points

    2 Church St S Ste 504
    New Haven, CT 06519
  • Richard Salzano, MD 110 Points

    Cardiothoracic & Vascular Grp
    175 Sherman Ave, Cardiothoracic & Vascular
    New Haven, CT 06511
  • Nicholas Passarelli, MD 110 Points

    General Surgery
    2 Church St S
    New Haven, CT 06519
  • George Yavorek, MD 110 Points

    New Haven Surgical Assoc
    136 Sherman Ave Ste 308
    New Haven, CT 06511

Surgeon Info

Surgeon Summary:
The most common types of Surgeons are: General, Cardiovascular, Otolaryngology, Neurological, Reconstructive, Neonatal and Orthopedic. A Surgeon is able to perform invasive medical treatment that aims to remove diseased tissue or to repair damage.

Surgeon FAQs:
What is a

Critical Care Surgeon

A Critical Care Surgeon is a surgeon who cares for the critically ill and those affected by trauma.

What is an

Oncological Surgeon

An Oncological Surgeon is a physician who does surgery to cure and manage cancer.

What body parts does an Oncological Surgeon perform surgery on?
An Oncological Surgeon can perform surgery on the breasts, stomach, and rectum. A Surgeon can also perform surgery on internal organs.

Where does a Surgeon work?
A Surgeon can work in a clinic or hospital.

Surgeon Related Terms:
cancer, tumors, bypass, amputation, lesion, growth, transplant, operation, surgery, procedure, anesthesia