Colorectal Surgery

Nationally known surgeons specialize in minimally invasive and laparoscopic surgery for patients with diverticulitis, colon cancer and inflammatory bowel conditions.

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Minimally Invasive Surgery

A focus on minimally invasive surgical techniques for colorectal surgery contributes to our enhanced clinical outcomes and high satisfaction ratings.
Patients generally benefit from:
  • Less post-operative pain
  • Less blood loss
  • Faster recovery
  • Fewer complications
  • Better cosmetic results

Single-site Laparoscopic Surgery

Among our many surgical innovations is the use of single-site laparoscopic surgery, for colon resection. This is an advanced platform in which the surgeon operates almost exclusively through a single entry point, typically the patient’s naval.

Colon resection surgery for inflammatory bowel disease – enhanced results with minimally invasive techniques

Clinical Pathways & Collaboration

Our care incorporates clinical pathways to promote organized and efficient evidence-based practice. Clinical pathways optimize outcomes by reducing infections, amount of pain and complications.
We are regional leaders in excellence through meaningful collaboration with gastroenterologists, radiologists, anesthesiologists, surgical technicians and highly trained teams of nurses, and our commitment to:
  • Supporting surgeons with the latest minimally invasive technology
  • Continually measuring and improving patient care
  • Educating and encouraging patient involvement

Surgeons perform 400 to 500 colorectal procedures each year.

2010-2011 Surgery Quality Report

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THD-Hemorrhoid surgery – less pain, faster recovery

Video: Dr. DeHaas and Dr. Vo explain the importance of clinical pathways

Colorectal Surgery Guidebook –Helps patients play an active role in treatment and recovery. Education about what to do before and after surgery.

Health information about colon and rectal conditions and diseases:

Colorectal cancer
Ulcerative colitis
Irritable bowel disease and Crohn’s disease