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Pediatric General Surgery

Brenner Children’s Hospital’s General Surgery division is one of the largest pediatric surgical centers in western North Carolina with leading clinical experts that perform the most advanced pediatric surgical procedures in the region using state-of-the-art technology. With 7 surgical suites dedicated to the care of children, Brenner’s General Surgery division is one of just 4 pediatric surgical centers in North Carolina.

Brenner’s General Surgery division offers families and their children access to sophisticated surgical procedures and treatment. We provide a full range of surgical clinical services for our patients, using the latest in advancements and perform operations for all types of pediatric conditions in children of all ages, from infants to young adults. 

The Brenner pediatric surgical team consists of exceptionally trained pediatric surgeons and anesthesiologists that have provided exceptional pediatric surgical care to the community for more than 30 years. Our specialists train for many years in both pediatrics and general surgery to provide the best possible care for our pediatric patients. 

We perform all types of operations, from simple procedures such as taking out an appendix to trauma-related procedures and more complex surgeries such as the repair of congenital malformations in newborns. 

Our group is dedicated to providing individualized and customized care for each child we treat. Each patient and each condition is unique; we believe the care we provide should be as well. We offer a wide range of care and services, customized to each patient’s specific health care needs. In addition, we work closely with doctors in other specialties, as well as our patients’ primary pediatricians, to incorporate a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and care.