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Dr. Edward H. Cussatti

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Chief of Bariatric Surgery and Ge...

Phone: (845) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
Good Samaritan Hospital , L.P.
255 Lafayette Ave.
Suffern , New York 10901
United States

Company Description: Good Samaritan is a private, not-for-profit medical center serving the growing populations of eastern Pierce and southern King County in the greater Puget Sound...   more

Employment History

  • Chief of Bariatric Surgery and General Surgeon
    Suffolk County
  • Long Island Woman
  • Chief of Bariatric Surgery and General Surgeon

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • MD
  • medical degree
    Howard University College of Medicine
  • undergraduate degree
    Fordham University
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Latest News, 14 Feb 2013 [cached]
Chief of Bariatric Surgery/General Surgeon Edward Cussatti, MD, was the first on the south shore of Suffolk County to perform Single-Site™ Cholecystectomy, robotic-assisted gallbladder surgery.
Robotic assisted surgery offers the patient virtually scarless results, minimal pain, low blood loss, fast recovery and a 24-hour hospital stay.
"When Dr. Cussatti explained the option of robotic assisted surgery, I knew this was for me.
View Ms. Allers' Single-Site™ Cholecystectomy, robotic-assisted gallbladder surgery on You Tube performed by Chief of Bariatric Surgery/General Surgeon Edward Cussatti, MD on February 6 at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Dr. Edward H. Cussatti - Weight Loss Surgery in Long Island, NY, 14 May 2010 [cached]
Dr. Edward H. Cussatti
Dr. Edward H. Cussatti
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Serving patients seeking bariatric surgery in Long Island, Suffolk County and the surrounding area
Edward H. Cussatti, MD, FACS, is a highly skilled, board-certified surgeon who specializes in the treatment and cure of obesity through minimally invasive weight loss procedures. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and his practice has been named a Center of Excellence by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS). Dr. Cussatti has received multiple awards for his research efforts and outstanding surgical skills, which he utilizes to help patients lose weight and improve their overall health following bariatric surgery.
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As a premier bariatric surgeon in Long Island, Dr. Cussatti performs a wide range of minimally invasive weight loss procedures, including gastric bypass and Lap-Band surgery. The Lap-Band procedure is often performed via a single small (3cm) incision, leaving virtually no scars. Each procedure induces weight loss by reducing the capacity of the stomach, and thus the amount of food that can be consumed. These advanced bariatric surgery techniques allow Dr. Cussatti and his team to provide each patient with an effective treatment that will best fit their needs and lead to the most desired weight loss results. Dr. Cussatti performs all weight loss procedures at the prestigious Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center located on the south shore of Long Island. In addition to bariatric surgery, he also offers minimally invasive interventions for breast surgery, endocrine surgery, hernia surgery and gall bladder surgery.
To further assist his patients in achieving their desired weight, Dr. Cussatti provides each patient with a comprehensive weight loss program, which includes an in-depth group seminar and a multi-specialty evaluation as part of preoperative preparation. This crucial step allows Dr. Cussatti to ensure that the patient is physically and emotionally prepared to undergo weight loss surgery. Next, an individualized treatment plan is developed by Dr. Cussatti, in close partnership with the patient. Following surgery, Dr. Cussatti's weight loss program focuses on assisting the patient in reaching and maintaining his or her ideal weight through ongoing physical and emotional support.
To schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Cussatti and learn more about your weight loss options, please contact his office at (631) 816-2035.
More About Edward H. Cussatti, MD, FACS
Edward H. Cussatti, MD, FACS, earned an undergraduate degree at Fordham University in New York City and a medical degree at the Howard University College of Medicine. Dr. Cussatti completed a general surgery residency program at Stamford Hospital, an affiliate of Columbia University. He underwent advanced training in minimally invasive bariatric surgery techniques at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Cussatti is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons.
Long Island Woman, 22 Oct 2009 [cached]
Edward H. Cussatti M.D., FACS
Latest News, 26 Nov 2012 [cached]
Using this advanced technology, Chief of Bariatric Surgery/General Surgeon Edward Cussatti, MD, removed the gallbladder through the patient's belly button with an incision of approximately one inch.
"Dr. Cussatti recently performed emergency laparoscopic gall bladder surgery on my daughter-in-law who did very well," said Mrs. Apicella.
"To be one of the first hospitals to offer this technically advanced surgery demonstrates Good Samaritan's leadership in providing patients with the most up-to-date minimally invasive surgical options," said Dr. Cussatti.
Pictured (L-R): Patient Susan Apicella and surgeon Edward Cussatti, MD.
Island Outlook - True Variety For Long Island – KJOY 98.3 Long Island [cached]
Leeana Karlson chats with Dr. Edward Cussatti, MD, Chief of Bariatric Surgery and Roseanne Deluca, RN, Bariatric Coordinator of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center about the benefits of bariatric surgery, the ramifications of being overweight, and surgical options for those who are obese.
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