Zoe Parr, MD, FRCSC, FACS, is a board-certified general surgeon and a UW Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. She is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada and the American College of Surgery.
Dr. Parr completed advanced training in emergency surgery, and has expertise in urgent/emergent surgery, gastrointestinal surgery (both laparoscopic and open), abdominal wall reconstruction, hernia repairs, biliary surgery, peritoneal dialysis catheter placement, pilonidal disease, and benign anorectal disorders.
Dr. Parr strives to treat every patient and their family in an empathetic and compassionate manner based on the best clinical evidence. She takes great joy in meeting patients and working toward the common goal of improved health.
Dr. Parr enjoys reading, music, good food, and getting outdoors. She is having fun sharing her love of hiking, biking, and skiing with her husband and three children. She loves dogs and currently has a dog named Sunny, who is a Pit-Beagle rescue from Houston.
Univ. of Alberta General Surgery Program
Univ. of Calgary - General Surgery Residency
Residency, 2009, General Surgery
Univ. of Calgary Faculty of Medicine
Medical education, 2004
- General Surgery, 2013, American Board of Surgery