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We are deeply saddened to announce that Dr. Jon Getz passed away on July 8, 2021. His patients are extremely important to us, and we will do everything we can to ensure we are providing care for his current patients and those that were to have surgery with him in the future. Please contact the office to discuss options with our clinical team. Dr. Steven Williams and Dr. Daniel Gay are happy to offer their services where appropriate and if patients so choose. This is a tragic loss, and he will be deeply missed not only for his surgical expertise but for the truly wonderful person he is.

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Surgical Procedures

Dr. Jon Getz, MD // General Surgeon

GENERAL SURGERY PROCEDURES

Dr. Jon Getz specializes in General Surgery, meaning that he performs surgery on abdominal contents like the esophagus, colon, gallbladder, appendix, stomach, etc.

Thyroid, parathyroid, or thyroidectomy is an operation that involves removing a part of, or all of the thyroid gland. This operation is generally recommended because you have a nodule that has thyroid cancer, you have a nodule or goiter that is causing negative bodily symptoms, or you are releasing an excess of thyroid hormones.

An Inguinal Hernia Repair is a procedure that aims to repair a hernia in your groin. In this procedure, the bulging hernia tissue is pushed back in and your abdominal wall is strengthened with stitches and sometimes mesh.

Umbilical Hernia Repair aims to resolve an umbilical hernia, which is a bulge or pouch that forms in the abdomen.

Ventral Hernia Repair is the repair and strengthening of an area in the Abdominal Wall where a previous surgical incision was made that is now protruding into your abdomen.

Breast Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of breast cells. It can result from multiple complications, and has many treatment options available.

Breast surgery generally is broken down into three categories: augmentation, reduction, and reconstruction.

Gallbladder surgery, or a Cholecystectomy is performed to remove the gallbladder. This procedure is performed by cutting four small incisions inside your abdomen and removing it from your body.

Lipoma and Benign Lesion surgery is a simple procedure where a doctor uses a laser, cautery, or even liquid nitrogen to remove irregular tissue or fatty growth.

This procedure involves removing a cancerous or non-cancerous lesion by completely cutting it out of your body

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