Trauma Surgery

Lutheran Medical Group’s trauma surgeons are part of Lutheran Hospital’s Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Centers, which are verified by the American College of Surgeons. The surgeons are part of a multidisciplinary, specially trained team that has met stringent verification requirements and uses a coordinated, interdisciplinary approach to provide care that meets and often exceeds national standards.

Trauma surgeons treat patients who have severe, life-threatening blunt force and penetrating injuries. They operate on patients who are critically injured and oftentimes have multiple injuries to the colon, pancreas, spleen and/or stomach. Trauma surgeons work in conjunction with other surgical specialists to stabilize critical patients who have injuries that may be the result of a car crash, gunshot or stabbing. Trauma surgeons also available for consultations and referrals. They are responsible for care management of all multiple-injury trauma patients, which includes assessment, stabilization, the inpatient stay, discharge and follow-up.


Meet the Trauma Surgeons

Lutheran Medical Group physicians are accepting new patients unless otherwise noted.
Physician video
Pradeesh George
DO
Donald Reed Jr.
MD, FACS

Meet the Trauma Surgery NPs/PAs & others

Lutheran Medical Group NPs and PAs are accepting new patients unless otherwise noted.
Leann Guerra
NP
Carolyn Hanrahan
PA
Aaron McCord
NP
Joel Nagel
NP
Milissa Phillips-Bohlender
NP
Neil Shorb
NP
Kelly Stabenau
PA
 
Trauma Surgeons

Trauma Surgery NPs/PAs & others

Services

LUTHERAN HEALTH NETWORK
BLUFFTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER | DUKES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL | DUPONT HOSPITAL* | KOSCIUSKO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL*
LUTHERAN HEALTH PHYSICIANS | LUTHERAN HOSPITAL* | THE ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL* | REDIMED | REHABILITATION HOSPITAL*
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL*

*A physician owned hospital.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.
Patients are seen in order of severity, therefore, your spot may not be guaranteed. In case of a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
Patient results may vary. Consult your physician about the benefits and risks of any surgical procedure or treatment.