Gastrointestinal Surgery in Westchester, NY
Do you need gastrointestinal surgery in the Westchester, New York area? The Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery offers state of the art technology available in a warm atmosphere that offers comforting individual care. If you or a loved one need gastrointestinal surgery, contact Lawrence hospital today.
Our gastrointestinal surgery team specializes in both the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal disease using Endoscopic and Laparoscopic procedures. We have some of the most innovative surgeons in their field, including Dr. Spenser E. Armory, MD, FACS. Dr. Amory has developed techniques in laparoscopic gallbladder surgery that enabled our team to do the lowest number of open gallbladder surgery in the state. In addition to his ground breaking work in gastrointestinal surgery, Dr. Amory is known for having uncanny diagnostic skills in complex cases.
Because of the skill of Dr. Amory and our other Board Certified GI speciliasts, our gastrointestinal surgeries are performed as a minimally invasive surgery whenever possible. This methodology employs a few small incisions, rather than the large incision(s) required in traditional, open surgery. By using this method, recovery time is dramatically increased, risk of infection and complications are decreased, and there is a much shorter period of hospitalization.
To request a consultation with one of our experienced, board certified gastrointestinal surgeons, call the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery today.
The doctors at Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery also treat:
• Bone Cancer
• Cancer of the Eye
• Digestive Diseases
• Genitourinary Cancer
• Gynecological Cancer
• Head and Neck Cancer
• Hematological Disorders
• Lung Cancer
• Neurological Disorders
• Pediatric Cancer
• Skin Cancer
If you need gastrointestinal surgery, our doctors at Lawrence Hospital Center have extensive experience in this field and are able to deliver cutting edge treatment options. Give their office in Westchester, New York a call today to schedule a consultation.
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