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Advanced Surgeons at Butler Health System

Our surgical skill and modern technology are very important, but people also choose Butler Health System (BHS) because our primary focus is offering exceptionally qualified physicians and patient - focused care. With BHS, you know we’ll work closely with your primary care physician, and give you personal attention before, during, and after surgery.

Surgical procedures include:

  • Biopsies
    A biopsy is a diagnostic tool that involves collecting a sample of tissue from a patient’s body in order to examine it under a microscope.
  • Breast Lumpectomy
    Your doctor may recommend a breast lumpectomy to remove abnormal tissues or cancer from your breast. Other names for this procedure include wide local excision, an excisional biopsy, and breast-conserving surgery, as this surgery involves removing only a portion of the breast as opposed to a mastectomy.
  • Gastric Bypass and Other Bariatric Procedures
    Bariatric procedures or weight loss surgeries are typically performed with minimally invasive methods for optimal healing and reduced side effects. Examples of weight loss surgeries include gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy.
  • Hernia Repair
    A hernia is a weakness in the muscle-typically the abdominal wall-through which soft tissue is allowed to bulge. In many cases, your doctor will recommend simply monitoring a non-problematic hernia until it should become a danger. In other cases, surgery may be recommended to repair the hernia, replacing the displaced soft tissue.
  • Laparoscopic Colon Resection
    A colon resection or “colectomy” involves removal of the colon in whole or part, which is typically recommended as a treatment for certain diseases such as large polyps, diverticular disease, or colon/rectal cancer. This procedure can be performed using laparoscopic or minimally invasive techniques.
  • Removal of the Appendix, Gallbladder or Spleen
    In some cases, it is necessary for a surgeon to remove a patient’s organ such as the appendix, gallbladder, or spleen. A spleen may be removed due to organ failure or trauma. Appendix removal is the most common emergency abdominal surgery, and is recommended in cases where the appendix is infected and may rupture. Gallbladder removal may become necessary if a patient has a severely unhealthy diet or the organ becomes dysfunctional for another reason and is likely to fail, which could cause bile to leak into the stomach.
  • Bowel Resection
  • Capsule Endoscopy
  • EGD
  • Hysterectomy and Prostatectomy
  • Laparoscopic & Open
  • Thyroid Surgery
  • Treatment of Pilonidal Cyst
  • Scleratherapy
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