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With Purpose and Insight

Our goal is to deliver a quality, individualized approach to pediatric surgical care for Arizona's children.  Surgery can be a scary experience for families; each member of our staff will do their best to make that experience as positive as possible.  We hope this website helps to answer questions and provides a source of information for families with children having surgery. For all offices, please call 602-254-5561 for more information.

Accessible and Available

Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix has five clinic locations in Arizona to serve our patients and their families: Central Phoenix, Scottsdale-Shea, Southwest Valley, East Valley, and Yuma.

Our surgeons perform outpatient surgeries at Phoenix Children's Surgery Center, St Joseph's Surgicenter, Piper Surgery Center in Scottsdale, and Phoenix Children's East Valley Surgery Center.

Experienced Professionals

Sub-specialization in pediatric surgery provides concentrated training and experience in treating children. This means care that has been distinctly designed for the young patient and can sometimes lower the chance of complications in children. We are the largest pediatric surgical practice in Arizona with 12 fellowship-trained pediatric surgeons. We provide 24/7 surgical care for young patients at Phoenix Children's Hospital, Scottsdale Healthcare-Shea, and St. Joseph's Hospital.

Advanced Pectus Course

 

May 27-28, 2014

 

 

 

Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix is proud to announce The Advanced Pectus Course.  This course is sponsored by Phoenix Children's Hospital in conjunction with the Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters and Mayo Clinic Arizona.  The course is designed for surgeons who are currently doing the Nuss Procedure in their practice, but want to improve their results. The course will also cover adult pectus excavatum correction.  More...

 

Best Doctors in America®

Jae-O Bae, MDKathy Graziano, MD, J. Craig Egan, MD, Leigh McGill, MD and David Notrica, MD have been elected by their peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® for 2012-2013. Best Doctors has set the industry standard for helping individuals harness the power of the best medicine.

 
 

Reproductive Anomalies Clinic

The Reproductive Anomalies Clinic, in conjunction with Phoenix Children's Hospital, serves the complex needs of patients with congenital malformations of the reproductive system. Dr. Kathy Graziano, Dr. Leigh McGill, and Dr. Dorothy Rowe are part of the multidisciplinary team that provide a coordinated...

 
 

Fundacion Yantalo

In September 2013, Dr. Ramin Jamshidi, along with colleagues from Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, traveled to Peru with Fundacion Yantalo to provide care to children with complex problems requiring operative intervention. Part of this annual colloboration is the International Symposium on Pediatric Surgery,  which was held in Arequipa.

 

Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

Using small incisions, digital camera technology, and delicate suturing instruments, Dr. Kathy Graziano performed the first thoracoscopic repair of a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) in Phoenix, AZ. The surgery...

 
 

Mark S. Molitor, MD

Join us in welcoming Dr. Mark S. Molitor to Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix! Dr. Molitor, fluent in Spanish and a navite of Arizona, joined our practice in Summer 2013 after completing his pediatric surgery fellowship at the University of Utah Primary Children's Hospital and his critical care fellowship at the University of Michigan. His particular clinical interests include childhood tumors and thoracic lesions. Dr. Molitor will be seeing patients at the Central Clinic and the Avondale Clinic.

Yuma Clinic

Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix and Lisa McMahon, MD, FACS are pleased to continue their partnership with Yuma Regional Medical Center and our Pediatric Surgery Sub-specialty Clinic in Yuma. Dr. McMahon is excited to work with Yuma's pediatricians to continue the delivery of exceptional pediatric healthcare services in southwestern Arizona.  For more information or to make an appointment call 602.254.5561.

In The News

AAA ArizonaTeen Driver StatisticsIt's understood that the crash risk for drivers is particulary high during the first year that teenages are eligible to drive. But did you know that in 2012, the number one leading cause of death for 15- to 17- year olds in Arizona were motor vehicle crashes? Check out Arizona's teen driving statistics and take a look at AAA Arizona's teen driver resource webpage to help keep our kids and communities safe!
Advanced Pectus CourseThe Mayo Clinic/Phoenix Children's Hospital/Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix Chest Wall program will be presenting an Advanced Pectus Course for surgeons throughout the nation who want to improve their surgical results. In combination with the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughter, the course will feature faculty from all 3 programs, including Professor Emeritus, Dr Donald Nuss. The dates of the course will be May 27-28, 2014 and is open to practicing surgeons as well as Pediatric Surgery Fellows.  
More Medical Journal PublicationsPhoenix Children's Hospital's Trauma Department and the surgeons at Pediatric Surgeons of Phoenix have now published more than 35 medical articles on topics ranging from pancreatic injury to tailgut cysts! Phoenix Children's has increased the number of researcher coordinators and assistants supporting their work to 5 full-time positions. The surgeons are grateful for this support and plan to continue improving the care of sick and injured children through meaningful outcome studies.
Hidden DangerDr. J. Craig Egan spoke on Good Morning Arizona about the dangers of coin cell batteries and how ingestion of these tiny batteries produce symptoms mimicking the common cold. These batteries are found in remote controls, toys, cameras, watches, garage door openers, and even 'singing' greeting cards. Visit the National Capital Poison Center website for safety tips to help protect young children and adults alike against the potential dangers of these batteries.
Disaster Medial Assistance Team (DMAT)Dr. Ramin Jamshidi has been selected for Arizona's DMAT-AZ1. DMATs are rapid response deployable teams of medical and support personnel which are part of the National Disaster Medical System. Teams are mobilized to support disaster needs at the state, regional, and national levels. 

DISCLAIMER

Information on this website does not constitute medical advice, nor should it take the place of medical advice of your health care provider.  If you require medical treatment, please contact your treating physician; or if it is an emergency, please call 911.  The contact information provided on these pages is not for the purpose of soliciting medical information or scheduling any treatment.  Any solicitations for medical advice or information will not be responded to, nor will they create a confidential physician patient relationship...

 
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