Adrenal Gland

We offer surgical removal of the adrenal glands for surgically correctible diseases such as adrenal tumors. This type of surgery can usually be done using a minimally invasive approach.

Advanced Wound Surgery

We offer treatment of chronic, non-healing wounds through our association with both Memorial's Wound Healing Center and St. John’s Hospital. These services are designed to help patients who have failed standard wound treatments and require special care to get them back on the road to recovery. These services may include Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments, which can speed the healing of wounds by increasing the amount of oxygen available for wound healing.

Appendectomy

The vast majority of surgery of the appendix is for Acute Appendicitis, or inflammation of the appendix. This is usually done on an emergent basis and can normally be accomplished by a minimally invasive approach.

Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery provides a single line of therapy to manage not just obesity itself, but a host of co-morbidities.  Learn More

Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast cancer surgery is one of the most common cancer surgeries performed by our surgeons. We focus on breast conservation when ever possible, and our Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery colleagues are available for breast reconstruction when breast conserving surgery is not an option.    

  

Colon Surgery

We offer surgical treatments for diseases of the colon such as colon cancer and diverticulitis. Often, these can be treated with minimally invasive surgical techniques.

Endoscopic Surgery

We offer endoscopy for diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the esophagus, stomach, colon, biliary system and pancreas. These include colonoscopy, esphagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) . We also offer endoscopic feeding tube placement, which can often eliminate the need for surgery when a feeding tube is needed.

Gall Bladder

Surgery of the gallbladder is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures. The vast majority can be performed using minimally invasive surgery and on an outpatient basis.

G.I. Surgery

We offer surgery for diseases of the small intestine such as tumors and bowel blockages. Often, these can be treated using minimally invasive surgery.

Hernias

We offer surgical correction for most types of hernias. These include: groin hernias, incisional hernias, and hiatal hernias. Often, these can be treated on an outpatient basis and with the use of minimally invasive surgery.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

At Springfield Clinic we focus on using minimally invasive surgery whenever possible. These techniques are available for most of the procedures we offer. In general, patients undergoing minimally invasive surgery have shorter recovery times, require shorter hospitalizations and have a quicker return to normal activities. Many of the surgeries that we offer can be minimally invasive

Pancreas Surgery

We offer treatment for disease of the pancreas such as benign tumors, cancer and acute and chronic pancreatitis. We also offer endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) for diagnosis and treatment of certain types of pancreatic diseases.

Reflux Surgery

We offer surgical treatments for Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) such as hiatal hernia repairs and Nissen funduplication. Often, these surgeries can be minimally invasive, with most patients able to stop their daily anti-reflux medications after the surgery has been performed.

Soft Tissue Surgery

We offer surgical removal of tumors and masses of the skin and underlying soft tissues. Most of these surgeries can be performed on an outpatient basis, and many of them can be done in our on-site procedure rooms.

Stomach Surgery

We offer surgery of the stomach for a variety of diseases, including gastric reflux, ulcers, tumors, cancers and obesity. Often, these procedures can be performed using minimally invasive surgery.

Spleen Surgery

We offer surgical removal of the spleen for diseases such as Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) and Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP) which can not be managed by medication alone. These are generally performed using minimally invasive surgery.