If you or a loved one is having surgery, it can be a scary time. To help reduce anxiety, we keep our patients informed and educated about their surgical conditions, procedures and treatment.
At Bronson General Surgery Specialists we provide diagnosis and comprehensive management of surgical conditions, including pre-surgery, surgery and post-surgery care. Our team is dedicated to providing you and your family with high-quality care in a healing environment. We provide both inpatient and outpatient options, depending on what our board certified/eligible general surgeons recommend. Our surgeons are also trained in minimally invasive surgery.
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We provide diagnosis and comprehensive management of surgical conditions, including preoperative, operative and post-operative care.
Areas of Care:
- Digestive tract — esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum and anus
- Abdomen — stomach, gallbladder, biliary tract, liver, pancreas, spleen and all types of hernias
- Breast — all types of benign and malignant disease, including breast conserving procedures
- Skin and underlying tissue — all types of benign and malignant disease
- Endocrine system — thyroid, pancreas and adrenal glands
- Head and neck surgery — endocrine, benign and malignant disorders
- Surgical critical care — care of critically ill patients with surgical conditions requiring intensive care
- Surgical oncology — management of surgical treatment and coordination of all aspects of cancer care
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Some of the benefits of minimally invasive surgery are:
- Smaller incisions
- Shorter hospital stay
- Less pain with less need for pain medication
- Less blood loss with less need for transfusions
- Less scarring and a faster return to daily activities
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Questions
Bronson is furthering its efforts to make sure you receive equitable, exceptional healthcare that is tailored to your needs.
At your next appointment, you will have the opportunity to add your sexual orientation and gender identity information to your medical record. At this time, we are requesting this information from patients ages 18 and older only.
This data helps Bronson provide patient-centered care as well as see if there are gaps in care or services across different patient populations, including LGBTQ+ people and their families. This data is part of your medical record, so it’s protected by law and will remain confidential.
Our office is among the first practices at Bronson to begin this work. The effort will be implemented throughout the Bronson system next year. To learn more, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.