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It is the mission of the surgical services to provide the best, quality healthcare available. We strive to provide a comprehensive array of surgical services of the highest caliber so that local patients can have their surgeries performed locally rather than having to resort to traveling to other cities. With the opening of the PMC Clinic Building, we expanded our surgical suite capacity to total of 20 suites.

PMC offers a wide variety of surgical and endoscopic procedures including open-heart and minimally-invasive cardiac bypass procedures, lung surgeries, mastectomies, orthopedic surgeries, eye surgeries, robotic assisted urological surgeries, gynecological surgeries and many more. The general surgeons listed on this page are only the start. Numerous PMC physicians utilize our facilities to perform surgical procedures.

Specialties

• Bowel Operations
• Breast Surgery
• Colorectal & Anal Surgery
• Diagnostic & Therapeutic Endoscopy
• Gallbladder Procedures
• General Surgery
• Head & Neck Surgery
• Hepatobiliary Surgery
• Hernia Repair
• Minimally Invasive Abdominal Surgery
• Skin Cancer Surgery
• Tissue/Skin Disorders
• Vascular Access for Infusion or Dialysis
• ERCP
• Thyroid Surgery




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