You may have had a bad accident, been diagnosed with cancer, have a stomach problem, or an issue with your vascular system - all these conditions may require surgery. You and your family may be frightened and overwhelmed. You need to be assured that caring, experienced surgeons are performing the operation you need using minimally invasive techniques as determined by your doctor, and following up post operatively to address your questions and provide recovery instructions as you heal.
Don't be misled by the term "general." General surgeons are anything but generalists...they are highly trained and practice lifelong learning to stay ahead of the curve with new techniques and technology.
Talk to your primary care provider about the different surgery options available for your condition. If you do find a need for general surgery, ask for a referral to one of the general surgeons on staff at Mission Hospital.
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Ostomy Support Group – Asheville
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of each month in suite 4300. To verify date and speaker, call (828) 213-4652. View More
Health Quiz – What Do You Know about Your Adrenal Glands?
Many people are confused about the biological role of the adrenal glands. What do you know about your adrenal glands? Take our quiz to test your knowledge. Where are your adrenal glands located? A – ...View More
His Decision to Have Bariatric Surgery was Lifesaving – Tips from a Weight-Loss Journey
By Jason Schneider With their daughter, Charlie Jo, a year and half old, Todd Israel and his wife, Jennifer, decided around the end of 2014 to have another child. Israel attended a free information session ...View More
Surviving Colorectal Cancer – One Man’s Journey
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A Family Affair – Husband & Wife Embark on Weight-Loss Journey Together
By Jennifer Sellers In November 2014, David Holder of Flat Rock underwent gastric sleeve surgery. A month later, his wife, Sandy, had the same procedure. Now, nearly 300 pounds later, they are happier and healthier than ...View More
Mission Hospital Earns Surgical Patient Care Award
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (Jan. 14, 2016) – Mission Hospital was recently recognized by the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP®) for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2014. ACS NSQIP has ...View More