Dr. Pellegrini is a UW professor of surgery and the chair of the Department of Surgery. He is a world-renowned surgeon in the area of esophageal diseases…
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Patient Care Philosophy
I care for each patient as a person, and I am committed to serving their needs as much as it is possible in order to achieve maximum physical, emotional and spiritual health.
I recognize that disease affects not just an organ, not just a person, but an entire family. I strive to have a compassionate, family-oriented approach.
I recognize learning as a life-long process, and endeavor to maintain the highest degree of professional competence.
I promote an environment of personal development and professional growth amongst all my colleagues, co-workers and myself.
I value the resources entrusted to me and try to maintain fiscal responsibility in the delivery of health care."
Minimally invasive surgery. Surgery of the esophagus, stomach and gall bladder.
1. Esophageal diseases and the physiology of the esophagus (how it functions and what it looks like when it does not function well).
Education: how to best train the next generation of physicians, what tools work best, how to use simulation to advance patient safety and how to introduce new techniques safely into the world of surgery.
|University of Rosario(Argentina)||Medical education||1971
|Granadero Baigorria(Rosario, Argentina)||Internship||Surgery||
|Granadero Baigorria(Rosario, Argentina)||Residency||General Surgery||
|Granadero Baigorria(Rosario, Argentina)||Residency||
|Univ. of Chicago Hospitals||Fellowship||General Surgery||
|Univ. of Chicago Hospitals||Residency||General Surgery||
|Univ. of Chicago Hospitals||Residency||
|American Board of Surgery||Surgery||1980