General Surgical Care

Transforming medicine with surgical excellence

The New Standard for Surgical Care

At LifeBridge Health, our surgeons are expertly trained to treat routine, specialty, and complex surgical cases. Our surgeons practice compassionate care, deliver high value standards, and anticipate quality outcomes. Leveraging minimally invasive and robotic surgical options, our surgeons use leading edge medical technology and are skilled in a variety of inpatient and outpatient procedures. LifeBridge Health is dedicated to advancing your health with quality and innovative care at the forefront.

Patient getting ready for her surgery

Expert Surgeons for Every Operation

Our board-certified general surgeons perform a variety of procedures and work with you to keep you informed, comfortable and safe. From minimally invasive to critical care surgery, our team is equipped with the expertise, precision and skillset necessary.

  • Operative and exploratory laparoscopy
  • Endocrine surgery
  • Breast surgery
  • Colonoscopy
  • Lymph node biopsy
  • Rectal surgery
  • Hemorrhoidectomy
  • Skin lesion removal
  • Venous access port insertion

Abdominal and Pelvic Minimally Invasive Surgery

General surgery to the abdomen and pelvis is completed through a minimally invasive approach whenever possible. Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) can be used for colon resection, to treat hernias, remove abdominal organs and tumors, and for exploratory surgery to diagnose a condition or determine the cause of unexplained abdominal pain.

Gynecologic Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery

MIS and robotic surgery make it possible for women who have gynecologic conditions to be treated without traditional open surgery and large incisions. Women who receive MIS often have post-surgery recovery time measured in days, not weeks, and experience less pain, scarring and risk for infection. MIS and robotic surgery offer women treatment for abnormal uterine bleeding, cancer, endometriosis, incontinence, ovarian cysts and tumors, uterine fibroids or polyps and uterine prolapse.

What To Expect Before Surgery

Posting, Scheduling and Preadmission

Once your procedure is scheduled, the Pre-Admission Testing department will contact you to review your history, obtain a list of medications, and discuss additional tests needed prior to your surgery. You will also receive instructions for the day of surgery, including when and where to register that morning.


On the morning of surgery, registration takes place at least one hour prior to your procedure. Once registered, a nurse accompanies you to the pre-operative area, where you will meet your anesthesiologist and surgeon, and an intravenous line will be started if needed. 


A team of anesthesiologists works with anesthesia technicians and certified registered nurse anesthetists to ensure the safe and proper administration of anesthesia and to maintain the required equipment, instruments and materials. 

Operating Room

You are escorted by the operating room nurse to the operating room, where a skilled surgical team ensures the highest level of care throughout your procedure. Each surgery team typically includes a surgeon, anesthesiologist, surgical technologist, registered nurse and physician's assistant. 

Post Anesthesia Care Unit

Once the procedure is complete, the patient is escorted by the anesthesiologist to the PACU or Post Anesthesia Care Unit, where staff help to manage pain and the effects of anesthesia and monitor patients' vital signs. Patients remain in the unit until vital signs are stable and they have fully recovered from the effects of anesthesia. 



Carroll Health Group General Surgery

295 Stoner Ave.
Suite 102
Westminster, MD 21157
United States


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2401 W. Belvedere Ave.
Suite 46
Baltimore, MD 21215
United States


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2401 W. Belvedere Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21215
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Sinai Surgery Associates - Thoracic Surgery

2401 W. Belvedere Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21215
United States