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Craig P. Fischer

D233-Tmhpo Physician

Houston Methodist

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Houston Methodist

6565 Fannin Street

Houston, Texas,77030

United States

Company Description

Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital is a 312 bed, not-for-profit, faith-based hospital, which is part of Houston Methodist. The hospital has expanded in Northwest Houston to serve the comprehensive health care needs of the growing community. Houston Metho...more

Background Information

Employment History

Gastrointestinal Surgery

The Methodist Hospital corporation


Assistant Professor of Surgery

University of Texas


Associate Examiner

American Board of Surgery Inc


Gastrointestinal Surgery

Houston Methodist


The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston

The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston


Affiliations

Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract Inc

Co-Chair of the Program Committee


Houston , TX

Moderator


Education

MD


MPH


Web References(64 Total References)


The Methodist Hospital Residency in General Surgery (The Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas)

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Dr. Craig Fischer
Craig P. Fischer, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.S.


Obesity in Childhood Spells Cancer Risks In Adulthood | The Best Bariatric Guide to Lap Band, Gastric Sleeve, & Gastric Bypass Corpus Christi Texas

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"This is part of the more complicated story about the epidemic of obesity," said Craig P. Fischer, MD, MPH, assistant professor of surgery of Methodist Hospital in Houston, as he moderated a press conference where the studies were presented.


News | accident attorney | injury attorney | Jones act - Part 12

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Craig Fischer, chief of digestive surgical oncology and associate professor of surgery at Methodist Hospital, apologized for his suit in a signed statement provided to the Houston Chronicle by [...]


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Craig Peter Fischer, M.D.
Craig Peter Fischer M.D., M.P.H., FACS Craig Fischer was born in Rochester, MN on January 26, 1965 and died on June 28, 2014. Craig moved to Houston in 1982 when his father, Dr. Ronald Fischer, accepted a position as Director of Trauma Surgery at University of Texas Medical School. Craig began his surgical training at Case Western Reserve University and finished at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1999 where he was voted most outstanding Chief Resident. He began work at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary later that year as a fellow in Hepatobiliary and Transplant surgery. After completing his hepatobiliary surgical training, he returned to the University of Texas, Houston to follow in his father’s footsteps as an academic surgeon. Dr. Fischer was appointed Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Texas in Houston and quickly rose through the ranks to become section head of hepatobiliary surgery. In 2005, he was recruited to The Methodist Hospital as an Associate Professor of Surgery. During his tenure there, he pioneered several new techniques in liver and pancreas surgery and helped develop a nationally-recognized pancreatic islet cell laboratory and transplant program. He was a highly respected member of the Surgery Department known for being technically gifted and kindhearted with his colleagues and patients. Craig was an invited speaker in over 20 countries and held numerous leadership roles in several professional societies, including the American College of Surgeons, Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, and American Hepatopancreatico Biliary Association. He was honored with several awards for outstanding teaching of surgical residents. The passion Craig brought to his professional life was also evident in his personal life. He was an avid cyclist. He climbed Mount Ventoux, completing one of the most challenging Tour de France stages. He was an accomplished lead guitarist, playing in bands off and on over the years. He was a gifted photographer whose incredible travel photos he generously shared with his family and friends. He was a serious history buff with a vast knowledge of war history. Craig will be remembered as a loving, devoted individual who enriched the lives of those who knew him. Please consider making a contribution to the UTHealth Medical School in memory of Dr. Craig P. Fischer and his father, Dr. Ronald P. Fischer, both of whom were honored and accomplished surgeons who cared passionately about the benefits of medical research. UTHealth Medical School at Houston, Dr. Craig P. Fischer and Dr. Ronald P. Fischer Memorial Fund, Office of Development, P.O. Box 301413, Dallas, TX 75303-1413


SSAT - 52nd Annual Meeting Program and Abstracts

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Craig P. Fischer 1, 3, Bridget N. Fahy1, 2, Brian J. Dunkin1, 2, Patrick R. Reardon1, 4, Barbara L. Bass1, 2
1. Surgery, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX; 2. Surgery, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY; 3. Division of Surgical Oncology, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX; 4. Division of Minimally Invasive and Forgut Surgery, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX Moderator: Craig P. Fischer, Houston, TX Frame the Issue Craig P. Fischer, Houston, TX Surgical Fundoplication Saves Money, Prevents Cancer, and Is Underutilized


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