Surgery Packages

*Did you know we offer flat-fee pricing for select hernia procedures? Visit our Premier Surgery Packages website to learn more.


Locations
Fort Sanders Regional

1819 Clinch Avenue, Suite 200
Knoxville, TN 37916
865.524.3695

Fort Sanders Surgeons

Joel F. “Trey” Bradley, III, MD, FACS
Paul S. Dudrick, MD, FACS
Troy F. Kimsey, MD, FACS
Michael D. Kropilak, MD, FACS
Gregory P. Midis, MD, FACS
Joseph B. Thurman, MD


North Knoxville & Physicians Regional

7714 Conner Road, Suite 103
Powell, TN 37849
865.938.8121

North Knox & Physicians Regional Surgeons

Brian H. Garber, MD, FACS
David J. Harrell, MD, FACS

Jose Luis Mejia, MD, FACS

Jessica L. Vinsant, MD, FACS
Roland B. Weast, MD, FACS


Parkwest

9430 Park West Boulevard,
Suite 310
Knoxville, TN 37923
865.690.5263

Parkwest Surgeons

Willard B. Campbell, MD, FACS
Norma M. Edwards, MD, FACS
William C. Gibson, MD, FACS

Michael E. Kelly, MD, FACS
Kristopher B. Williams, MD, FACS
K. Robert Williams, Jr., MD, FACS, FASMBS


Turkey Creek Medical Center

K. Robert Williams, Jr., MD, FACS, FASMBS
10810 Parkside Drive,
Physicians Plaza 1, Suite 305
Knoxville, TN 37934
865.694.9676

J. Randolph Reisser, MD, FACS
10810 Parkside Drive,
Physicians Plaza 1, Suite 310
Knoxville, TN 37934
865.306.5829


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General Surgery

General surgeons perform procedures to treat a wide range of common conditions and diseases of the body, especially in the torso region.  Premier Surgical’s surgeons are all certified by the American Board of Surgery.

General Surgery procedures we commonly perform include:

Laparoscopic Surgery

General surgery procedures are open performed laparoscopically, using small incisions and a lighted camera tube (laparoscope) to view the organs. This minimally-invasive approach often means less pain and a quicker recovery time for patients. Approximately 90 percent of cholecystecomies (gallbladder removals) in the United states are performed laparoscopically.

If a patient is not a candidate for minimally invasive surgery, an open or “traditional” approach with a scalpel may be used. The type of technique used depends factors including the physical condition of the patient, and the location and size of the surgery site.

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Laparoscopic Surgery

Surgical Specialties

Our surgeons have specialized skills and knowledge in diverse areas. We are equipped to provide patients with the best options for comprehensive, state-of-the-art care.