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Dr. Grays is a Board Certified General Surgeon committed to providing the safest, most effective care for his patients. As a Fellow of the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Grays demonstrates his dedication to continuing education.

• Ventral hernia
• Complex abdominal wall reconstruction
• Component separation
• Hemorrhoids
• Hernia, groin
• Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
• Skin Cancer
• Skin Lesions/masses
• Skin infection
• Thyroid Surgery
• Breast surgery

Dr. Grays is committed to excellence in surgical care. His clinical and office staff share that commitment and strive to provide the highest quality of care and service possible for our patients. We understand every patient has unique concerns about surgery and we can assure you that each one will be thoroughly addressed and remedied to the best of our ability.
Our knowledge of a variety of insurance plans and hospital policies ensure an efficient referral process for our patients. Please notify us if you have special needs. Throughout the continuum of care, we are dedicated to achieving the highest level of satisfaction for all of our patients.
We know that you have a choice when it comes to selecting your surgeon - and we're glad you chose our practice!

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What to Look for in a Surgeon

A good sign of a surgeon's competence is board certification, meaning a surgeon holds certification by a surgical board that is approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties.

When you choose a surgeon who is properly certified in a surgical specialty, you are assured that he or she has completed years of residency training in his or her specialty and has demonstrated knowledge and competence by successfully completing a rigorous examination.

The letters F.A.C.S. (Fellow of the American College of Surgeons) after a surgeon's name are a further indication of a physician's qualifications. Surgeons who become Fellows have passed a comprehensive evaluation of their surgical training and skills. They have also demonstrated their high standards of ethical conduct while ensuring patients receive the best possible surgical care.

Some surgeons are trained in minimally invasive techniques, such as laparoscopy and endoscopy, which typically lead to faster recovery times for patients.

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Why See a General Surgeon?

While our surgeons are trained to treat a wide variety of issues, here are the most common reasons for patients to visit a surgeon:

  • Appendix Removal
  • Gallbladder Removal
  • Hernia Repair
  • Acid Reflux
  • Vein Injuries/Disorders
  • Breast Cancer/Biopsies
  • Colon Cancer
  • Hemorrhoids

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