A premier surgical provider group whose mission is to offer the highest quality health care to residents of the Inland Empire.
According to the American Board of Surgery, general surgeons are highly skilled surgeons who perform operations addressing areas of the body such as the abdomen, breast, skin and endocrine system.
In addition, a certified general surgeon has broad knowledge and experience in surgical critical care, surgical oncology and trauma.
Cal Med Physicians and Surgeons specialize in a wide range of systems and anatomical regions to give residents of San Bernardino County the best medical care available. They are trained and qualified to provide quality surgical care of the patient.
Our surgeons serve as the main surgical providers at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (except for orthopedics), including in the level 2 trauma center and regional burn center, as well as Community Hospital of San Bernardino. Our neurosurgeons also provide services at Riverside University Health System Medical Center.
This procedure is utilized when a varicose vein issue does not respond to VNUS Closure or sclerotherapy. The process involves making tiny incisions in the leg to remove the varicose veins.
A general surgeon can perform most of the non-cosmetic breast surgeries, including mastectomy, to help diagnose breast cancer. In women, she can be looking for such conditions as benign lumps, fibrocystic breast changes, and breast infections.
Specializing in the esophagus, heart, lungs and other organs in the chest, a cardiothoracic surgeon can perform procedures to deal with diseases such as heart failure and coronary artery, one of the most common diseases. She can treat other conditions like blockages or leakage in the heart valve(s), aneurysms or enlargement of the large arteries in the chest, and atrial fibrillation.
A colonoscopy helps to screen for colon cancer early, which can make a big difference since colon cancers can quickly grow very large. And without warning. It is recommended that routine screening begin at age 50. Many tumors from colon and rectal cancers can be cured by surgical removal.
Our general surgeons can address a wide range of diseases related to the colon and the rectum with conditions such as constipation, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, fistulas, gastrointestinal bleeding, and hemorrhoids.
A biopsy helps to diagnose breast abnormalities.
These procedures focus on diseases of the adrenal glands, pancreas, parathyroid and thyroid. Most of the surgeries are minimally invasive to remove cancer and noncancerous tumors.
We can treat and remove gallstones by using an ultrasound exam with high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the gallbladder. Surgical removal is the most utilized treatment.
One of the most common ailments in either men or women, it affects more than 50% of people at least once in their life. Some patients need surgical treatment for symptomatic hemorrhoids. The swollen veins can be internal, inside the rectum, or external, under the skin around the anus. Constipation is the main cause of hemorrhoids but there are other effects such as being overweight, pregnant women, and straining to move bowels. When any of the symptoms such as bright red blood on toilet tissue appears, it is important to go see your doctor.
Laparoscopic procedures have evolved to provide minimal access using small instruments and cameras that can be inserted through 3 to 15mm incisions. It can be effective in treating and removing appendices, colons and gallbladders.
One of our general surgeons can address diseases of the liver, pancreas and biliary organs to deal with conditions like benign non-cancerous tumors, bile duct inflammation or injuries, liver trauma, pancreatic cancer, and portal hypertension.
We can treat some lung diseases with a thoracoscopy procedure and we can also perform surgery for malignant and benign lung disease.
Pediatric surgeons provide surgical care for various conditions that affect children, from newborn babies through the teenage years. Here are some of the conditions neonatal to help repair birth defects, prenatal to detect any abnormalities during the fetal stage of a child’s development, oncology to treat malignant tumors or benign growths in children, and trauma involving injuries sustained by children.
This procedure treats varicose veins by injecting a compound into the vein to shut it down so the blood supply is absorbed by the body. Our surgeons use a vascular ultrasound to locate each vessel and make precise injections. This procedure is 90% effective in getting rid of the majority of those veins.
We can treat children and adults for different types of burns as well as open wounds that require special care.
We have general surgeons who perform a number of surgeries on the skin that range from minor to more complex issues. For example, it could concern the removal of a suspicious mole, treating a major burn, take out a tumor in the muscles or soft tissues, or a subcutaneous infection.
The small intestine, also known as the small bowel, connects the stomach to the large intestine and is affected by some conditions like Celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Our general surgeons can treat diseases of the stomach and/or esophagus using minimally invasive surgery and laparoscopic surgery to help our patients with conditions such as Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Barrett’s esophagus, and gastric cancer.
It surgically treats tumors, especially cancerous tumors.
Our general surgeons can remove partial and total thyroid.
This procedure allows us to surgical remove an organ(s), tissue or blood product from one person, a donor, and then surgically place or infuse it into another person, the recipient. Transplant can include hearts, kidneys, livers, lungs, and pancreas, among other organs.
Our surgeons deal with a wide range of traumatic injuries in an acute setting involving many areas of the body like abdomen, chest, and neck. They often have to deal with multiple injuries that can implicate different organ systems and determine the best course of action.
We have ultrasound equipment for use in our facility that assists for conditions such as breast disease, lymph node and thyroid evaluations, varicose veins and vascular disease, among others.
Varicose veins are very common and can be treated at our center. It is best to stop a vein before it stretches too large and become painful. A varicose vein is the larger vein and located under the skin while the smaller vein, called spider veins, can be found within the skin. Varicose veins can be treated with VNUS closure and ambulatory phlebectomy while spider veins can be taken care of with sclerotherapy.
Our specialists are highly trained to treat diseases related to your blood vessels, especially the hardening of the arteries that can obstruct the flow of blood in your body. We deal with different types of surgeries from minimally invasive procedures to more open and complicated surgeries.
This minimally invasive procedure is used to help patients with superficial varicose veins and venous reflux. The VNUS Closure option uses ultrasound and provides result in which 94 to 100% of varicose veins are invisible after the procedure.
Cal Med Physicians and Surgeons is a premier surgical provider group whose mission is to offer the highest quality health care to residents of the Inland Empire. Formerly known as Arrowhead Community Surgical Medical Group, Inc., Cal Med is a unique group with approximately 35 licensed and board certified surgeons, including neurosurgeons, ophthalmologists, ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists, oral, vascular and general surgeons.
Our surgeons serve as the main surgical providers (except orthopedics) at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, including in the level 2 trauma center and regional burn center, and provide surgical services at Community Hospital of San Bernardino. Our neurosurgeons provide services not only to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center but also to Riverside University Health System Medical Center and Desert Regional Medical Center.
Our president, Dr. Dev GnanaDev, is an associate medical director and chairman of the surgery department at the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.
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