Find comprehensive bariatric, GERD and hernia surgery in South Florida. Our general surgeons have extensive training in minimally invasive procedures.
Memorial Healthcare System offers comprehensive surgical care for all types of disease and conditions. Our highly trained surgeons perform thousands of procedures every year in our hospitals in South Florida.
We take time to help you understand your surgery options to make the best decision about your care. This patient-centered and family-centered approach to care provides the best outcomes before, during and after a surgical procedure.
Why Choose Us for Comprehensive Surgery Care?
General surgeons have the training and experience to perform many different surgeries. We offer planned (elective) surgeries that eliminate pain or help you live a happier and more fulfilling life. You also have access to emergency surgery services for immediate and lifesaving care.
Count on Memorial Healthcare System surgeons for:
Our surgeons have extensive training and experience in traditional and minimally invasive surgery techniques, including laparoscopic and robotic surgery. Memorial Healthcare System surgeons have advanced training in laparoscopic surgery. We use a minimally invasive approach for thousands of procedures every year so you can trust that you are in good hands.
Memorial Healthcare System surgeons use the latest technology for safer surgeries with more successful outcomes. Laparoscopic and robotic surgery let you recover faster and get back to enjoying life. Learn more about advanced minimally invasive surgery.
Our bariatric surgery services can help you lose weight and feel better. When dieting and exercise, lifestyle changes and other medical treatments haven’t worked, bariatric surgery is an effective treatment for obesity.
Memorial Regional Hospital, Memorial Hospital Pembroke, and Memorial Hospital West are Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP) accredited bariatric centers. We offer multiple procedures that improve overall health and reduce chronic disease risks. Discover more about our weight-loss surgery program, bariatric surgery options, and support after weight loss surgery.
When you have central digestive system pain or concerns, our experienced surgeons can diagnose and treat the problem. We offer emergency and elective procedures for bile duct, gallbladder, liver and pancreas concerns. Learn more about biliary and gallbladder surgery.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), commonly called acid reflux, can cause a lot of pain and discomfort in your daily life. It can make you miss out on some of your favorite foods and activities. Left untreated, it can also lead to serious health complications. Our surgeons can help cure acid reflux permanently when lifestyle changes and medications are not enough. Find out what options are available to treat reflux with GERD surgery.
Hernias can be painful and lead to serious issues and complications if they are not treated. We can surgically repair all types of hernias with minimally invasive procedures, including laparoscopy and robotic surgery. Our highly trained surgeons can help with even the most complex hernias to help you live pain-free and get back to your active lifestyle. Learn more about hernia surgery. Learn more about hernia surgery and our hernia surgery treatments.
Our surgeons perform procedures to address issues with your small bowel and colon. These can include both benign (noncancerous) and malignant (cancerous) conditions. We use the latest techniques to address colon and bowel problems, including laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery. Learn more about small bowel and colon surgery.
Adrenal glands are located above your kidney and produce important hormones for your body. Your spleen helps fight infection and filter your blood to remove old or damaged blood cells. Our surgeons can diagnose and treat conditions that affect both of these organs. This includes tumor removal and adrenal gland or spleen removal when necessary. Find out more about spleen and adrenal gland surgery.