Surgery

Mission Statement

The UCSF Fresno Department of Surgery provides state of the art surgical care for the diverse patient population of the Central Valley and surrounding communities by maintaining ongoing access for patients regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.  We are committed to reflecting our diverse patient population with providers that value diversity, equity and inclusion. This greatly contributes to our ability to educate the next generation of surgeons within our robust university affiliated setting.  We stress competence in decision-making, operative technique, life-long learning and compassion to ensure that our graduates, and faculty, are confident and competent.   

 

JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSION

2 Sessions, September 9 and 14, 2021

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Session link for Thursday, 9/9     https://ucsf.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rcu6qrT8tGNKWjBF-gWUq8K2EWDoX5kzK

Session link for Tuesday, 9/14    https://ucsf.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcpduypqjoqEtBYaMkOFgEfy0rueS12AL8z

 

 

 

2020 Surgery residency graduates with faculty, Mary Wolfe, MD (left) and Program Director, Amy Kwok, MD (center). 

2020 Surgery residency graduates with Progarm Director, Mary Wolfe, MD (left) and Associate Program Director, Amy Kwok, MD (center).

 

Surgery zoom meeting

 

UCSF Fresno Department Of Surgery Establishes An Intentional Recruitment Coalition To Increase Diversity

 

 

 


Main Surgery

 


Trauma Surgery

 


Vascular Surgery

 

 


Message from the chairman

James W. Davis, MD, FACS

Since 1975, the Department of Surgery has expanded and continued to provide excellence in clinical care to the Central San Joaquin Valley.

Program Director Message

Amy kwok

Amy Kwok, MD, MPH, FACS

Program Director

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