What Makes A Great Surgeon?

Great surgeons are a breed apart. They’re a rare combination of exceptional intelligence, outstanding education and training, respected skills and expertise, and a sense of humanity that puts their patients at the center of all they do. The surgeons at Providence are those things and more.

Backed by a fantastic team of specially credentialed surgical nurses and clinicians, and a hospital that regularly earns national and local honors for quality, Providence’s surgeons are committed to producing the best possible outcomes for their patients. All are board-certified in their respective specialties and demonstrate a dedication to patient safety. When appropriate, they will offer advanced minimally invasive surgical techniques that reduce recovery times and complication rates. Whatever the situation, Providence surgeons strive for the highest quality of care and the utmost satisfaction of their patients.

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