Colorectal surgeons at Baystate Health specialize in minimally invasive techniques to treat colon, rectal, and anal conditions—including fecal incontinence, diverticulitis, Crohn’s disease, hernia, constipation, and colon cancer.
With extensive experience and the latest minimally invasive techniques, Baystate’s surgeons prioritize your health, comfort, and quality of life.
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QUALITY CARE FOR YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE
If you need colorectal surgery because of cancer or a benign (non-cancerous) condition, you deserve a specialist in colon and rectal surgery, not just a general surgeon. You deserve the very best care. And you’ll find that close to home, at Baystate Health. Our colorectal surgery team is the largest group of specialists in conditions of the colon, rectum and anus in western Massachusetts.
Our collaborative approach to care means that your surgeon is part of a comprehensive team of registered nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitians, and genetic counselors, as well as doctors from other specialties—such as gastroenterology, radiation therapy, oncology, urology, and urogynecology. Everyone works together to find the right treatment for you.
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Honesty and Expertise
We believe in treating our patients with compassion, honesty and respect. We strive to listen closely to your concerns, to promptly and thoughtfully diagnose your conditions, and to provide you with detailed information about your treatment options to allow you to make the very best informed decisions.
Our team offers a level of expertise and knowledge that is unique to our geographic region, and we have a combined experience of more than 40 years treating colorectal disease.
All of our surgeons are double board-certified in colon and rectal surgery as well as general surgery. We have trained at colorectal specialty centers, and we are members of the American College of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. We offer minimally invasive surgery for colon and rectal conditions, which allows patients to recover from surgery more quickly and with less pain.
Surgeons at Baystate don’t just perform surgery—they also teach it. Baystate Medical Center is an academic medical center and training site for the — the regional campus of the state's only private medical school. UMMS-Baystate includes ten academic departments, including surgery. Our surgeons are training the surgeons of tomorrow, so you can expect the highest standard of care.
Dr. Daniel Fish Shares What Motivates Him
"Helping people is what gets me out of bed in the morning," says the colorectal surgeon.
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