Pancreatic Surgery

Trusted care from consultation through recovery.

Our dedicated team of surgeons have years of experience treating patients with conditions involving the pancreas. Pancreatic surgery may be recommended as a treatment for pancreatitis (chronic inflammation), diabetes, chronic gallstones, benign pancreatic tumors, or pancreatic cancer.

At Florida Medical Clinic, our Department of Surgery welcomes patients with a wide range of pancreatic conditions, as well as patients with liver and bile duct diseases. We provide surgical consultations, personalized treatment, and comprehensive support throughout the operative and recovery process.

At Florida Medical Clinic, we have been providing patients with comprehensive, clinically integrated care since 1993. Working hand-in-hand with our primary care physicians and other specialty care providers, our surgeons carefully evaluate your unique needs to determine the best approach to treatment. Whether that includes a highly advanced pancreatic surgery, a minor outpatient procedure, or a non-operative combination of therapies, we’re committed to providing our patients with the latest options alongside compassionate, individualized guidance.

To schedule a pancreatic surgery consultation at Florida Medical Clinic, contact us today.

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

Complete & Partial Resections

Our surgical team specializes in advanced surgical treatments for pancreatic cancer, including complete and partial resections.

Laparoscopic (Minimally Invasive) Surgeries

Laparoscopic surgery involves the use of a thin tube called a laparoscope to perform operations, rather than large incisions. This often leads to shorter recovery times and lower complication rates than traditional (open) operations.

Organ-Preserving Procedures

Procedure in which only a small part of the pancreas is removed to preserve maximum digestive function after surgery.

Palliative Surgical Procedures

Palliative procedures such as celiac nerve blocks and double bypasses are used to help alleviate the symptoms of pancreatic tumors that cannot be surgically removed.