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March 28, 2022
[...] Dr Cetrulo is a rare person. He is kind, caring and compassionate and actually listens and attempts to offer solutions. Train more doctors like him please.
January 5, 2022
*Dr. Cetrulo and his assistants were very helpful to my needs. Explaining everything in detail and everything had been covered. At the end of the visit I was asked if I had any questions. My response was: No. Thanks to *Dr. Cetrulo & team in the office. I look forward to surgery & meeting the rest of the team. I'm in good hands. [...]
About Lawrence N. Cetrulo
Lawrence N. Cetrulo, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon and Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery.
Dr. Cetrulo is an expert on caring for patients with hernias, including inguinal, femoral, groin, ventral, and incisional hernias. He is fellowship trained in open, laparoscopic, and robotic general surgery, with a focus on minimally invasive hernia repair. Dr. Cetrulo believes in having a patient centric practice, and puts the patient’s goals for what they see their life as after their hernia is fixed first when making any decisions for surgery.
Dr. Cetrulo’s academic work focuses on resident and medical student education, and clinical outcomes research in hernia repair.
Dr. Cetrulo lives with his wife, daughter, dog named Buck, and cat named Merlin. They enjoy going on hikes in Discovery Park and visiting the San Juan Islands because it is a happy beautiful place. Dr. Cetrulo enjoys cooking, baking and trying new interesting restaurants.