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North Atlanta Surgical Associates is committed to providing superior surgical care to the communities we serve.
We are dedicated to maintaining our position as regional leaders by working as a team to provide the highest quality of care and service to our patients.
Our 23 general surgeons are dedicated to maintaining our position as regional leaders by working as a team to provide the highest quality of care and service to our patients.
October is Breast Awareness Month. Are you due for a mammogram?
NASA is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Thomas W. Wood. He will be accepting new patients for Hepatobiliary Surgery as of August 1st, 2014. He will also be providing surgical hospitalist service at Northside Hospital's main campus.
"We now accept online bill pay-please click the FOR PATIENTS Tab, then click ONLINE BILL PAY"
The 23 experienced surgeons who comprise North Atlanta Surgical Associates are among the best surgeons in Atlanta. Each our of general surgeons operates at one or more of these Atlanta hospitals: Emory John's Creek Hospital, Northside Hospital, Northside Hospital Forsyth, North Fulton Hospital, Piedmont Fayette Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital.
Undergoing your surgery is easier when you choose a general surgeon with the experience to perform your surgery correctly so your condition is treated properly and you can quickly enjoy your life again. In your quest to find the best Atlanta surgeon for you, please click at left on a type of surgery to review our list of general surgeons who have the specific skills you need. We also invite you to meet some of our surgeons in our video.
When interviewing a surgeon, some questions you may wish to ask:
A surgeon who is board certified has passed strict requirements in education, training and certification examinations to prove competency a surgical specialty. Board certification requires a surgeon to be graduated from an accredited medical school plus have a minimum of five years of training in an accredited medical residency program. The surgeon must also pass a written examination followed by an oral examination which tests the surgeon's judgment and decision making skills. Candidates are interviewed by very experienced surgeons.
A general surgeon is specially trained to perform surgery on all of the abdominal organs of the body, including the stomach, intestines (colon), rectum, esophagus, liver, pancreas, gall bladder, thyroid, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland. They perform surgery to cure conditions like hernia, perform breast surgery and treat diseases of the skin including skin cancer. Many of our surgeons are specially trained in cancer surgery, also known as onocologic surgery.