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Dr. Emerson practices the full range of general surgery and has a special interest in endoscopic reflux surgery. He is specially trained to perform transoral incisionless fundoplication, an innovative procedure ... that restores the body’s natural protection against esophageal reflux. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and is currently the Chief of Surgery at Baylor Medical Center at Irving. He is an experienced general surgeon capable of performing the wide variety of operations in the specialty as well as advanced laparoscopic techniques and robotic surgery.
Dr. Emerson is married with three children. In his spare time, he enjoys fly-fishing, camping, hiking, reading, sailing, and running.
|Adolescents (ages 12-18)
|Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine (2003)
|Internship: General Surgery, Baylor University Medical Center (2004)
|Residency: General Surgery, Baylor University Medical Center (2008)
|General Surgery- American Board of Surgery/General Surgery
|Baylor Scott & White Surgical Hospital - Las Colinas
|Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Irving
|Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Grapevine
Baylor Scott & White has established agreements with several types of insurance to ensure your health needs are covered.
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