Gastrointestinal Surgery

Compassionate care every step of the way.

Florida Medical Clinic offers the latest advances in gastrointestinal surgery, performing traditional (open) and minimally invasive procedures for a variety of conditions. Each year, our gastrointestinal surgeons perform thousands of procedures involving the esophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas, bile ducts, and gallbladder, translating to an exceptional level of surgical expertise.

And, because we use the most advanced surgical technologies available, we are able to provide the highest caliber of care for virtually any gastrointestinal condition, be it gastrointestinal reflux disease, hepatitis, colorectal cancer, or anything in between.

Sometimes, as in the case of a malignant tumor, surgery is considered the primary type of treatment; for other conditions, such as ulcerative colitis, it is only suggested if other non-surgical treatments have not been effective. At Florida Medical Clinic, we understand that surgery is a major decision, and our team will help each patient select the right option for their needs. We offer a comprehensive spectrum of surgical treatments and tailor our recommendations to each patient’s specific diagnosis.

For more information about gastrointestinal surgery or to schedule an appointment at one of our surgery locations, contact Florida Medical Clinic today. We accept all major insurance plans.

Proudly Serving: Brandon, Central Tampa, North Tampa, Wiregrass, and Zephyrhills.

Central Tampa - 2727 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Tampa, Florida 33607

Central Tampa

2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Tampa, Florida 33607


North Tampa - 14547 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, Florida 33613

North Tampa

14547 Bruce B Downs Blvd
Tampa, Florida 33613


Adrenalectomies

Surgery to remove one or both of the adrenal glands. Our surgeons may recommend adrenalectomies for patients with tumors of the adrenal glands.

Appendectomies

Surgery to remove the appendix. Appendectomies are a common procedure to treat appendicitis, an infection that causes the appendix to become inflamed or swollen.

Biliary-enteric anastomosis (BEA)

This common surgical procedure is performed to relieve symptoms caused by a blocked bile duct. Our surgical team will help you decide if BEA is right for you.

Cholecystectomies

The surgical removal of the gallbladder. Cholecystectomies are a common procedure used to treat patients with gallstones or other gallbladder conditions.

Colon Resections

Also known as colectomies, colon resections are used to treat and prevent diseases affecting the colon. This may include colon cancer.

Diagnostic Laparoscopies

This procedure allows our surgical team to view the abdomen and pelvis using a laparoscope. This procedure is used to help diagnose abdominal issues such as pain, masses or the presence of fluid.

Esophagectomies

Surgery to remove part or all of the esophagus, then reconstruct it using another organ, such as the stomach or large intestine. This procedure is typically performed to treat esophageal cancer, or repair a severely damaged stomach.

Gastrectomies

Surgical procedure to remove all or part of the stomach. A gastrectomy is typically used to treat stomach cancer.

Inguinal Hernia Repair Procedures

We provide a number of surgical procedures to treat inguinal hernias. Our surgical team will review your specific condition and determine if a hernia repair procedure is right for you.

Pancreatic Surgeries

Our surgical team provide an array of pancreatic surgeries for various conditions. Surgeries may be performed to treat pancreatic cancer, tumors, or inflammation (pancreatitis).

Parathyroidectomies

Surgical removal of one or more parathyroid glands. This procedure is typically performed to treat hyperparathyroidism.

Small Bowel Resection

This procedure involves the removal of all or parts of the small intestine. Surgery may be recommended in cases where the small intestine becomes inflamed due to Crohn’s disease, or other related conditions

Splenectomies

Surgical procedure to remove the spleen. A splenectomy may be recommended due to cancer or other diseases affecting the spleen.

Surgical Ulcer Repair

Our surgical team specializes in a number of surgical ulcer repair procedures. We will evaluate your symptoms and condition to determine if surgery is right for you.