BEAVERCREEK — The general surgery partners of First Surgical Care have joined Kettering Physician Network. The partners are Andrew Archer, DO, Michael Elrod, DO, and Paul Levy, DO. The practice has offices in Beavercreek and Huber Heights.
Dr. Archer performs open and laparoscopic general surgeries with special interest in minimally invasive colon and hernia surgeries. He has performed thousands of hernia procedures and trained surgeons across the country in these techniques. Dr. Archer also offers complete breast care services including high risk surveillance, ultrasound-guided biopsies, and definitive cancer surgery procedures.
Dr. Elrod performs open and laparoscopic general surgeries with an emphasis on minimally invasive surgery. He is experienced in screening and prevention and performs endoscopy and screening colonoscopies. Dr. Elrod has specialized training in hand-assisted laparoscopic colon surgery, ultrasound guided breast biopsy and laparoscopic hernia surgery. He offers complete breast care services including high risk surveillance, in-office biopsies, and definitive cancer surgery procedures.
Dr. Levy performs open and laparoscopic general surgeries with an emphasis on minimally invasive surgery. He specializes in upper gastro-intestinal disorders including reflux and hiatal hernias as well as a focus on minimally invasive surgery and enhanced recovery. He is specially trained in laparoscopic, robotic and open surgical techniques, as well as gastrointestinal endoscopy and thyroid surgery.
Kettering Physician Network General Surgery – First Surgical Care has the following locations:
– 2510 Commons Blvd., Suite 110, Beavercreek
– 8701 Old Troy Pike, Suite 40B, Huber Heights
– Cornerstone Medical Center, 7700 Washington Village Dr., Suite 130, Centerville
– 400 Sugar Camp Circle, Suite 100, Dayton
– 425 Grand Ave., Suite 1003, Dayton
– 450-B Washington Jackson Rd., Suite 112, Eaton
– 700 S. Stanfield Rd., Suite B, Troy
For more information or to schedule an appointment at any location, call 937-531-0195.
Story courtesy of Kettering Health Network.