HACKENSACK, N.J. — David Serur, M.D., and Vikram Wadhera, M.B. B.S. have joined the surgical group at Hackensack Meridian Hackensack College Medical Middle’s Division of Organ Transplantation.
Dr. Wadhera and Dr. Serur will be part of the Division of Stomach Organ Transplant in performing and managing kidney, pancreas, and simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplantation, underneath the path of Michael J. Goldstein, M.D., FACS, director of Stomach Organ Transplant, Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation, and Pediatric Stomach Transplantation at Hackensack College Medical Middle’s Division of Organ Transplantation.
“Dr. Wadhera and Dr. Serur are board-certified, fellowship-trained specialists in organ transplantation, and I’m happy to welcome them to their new positions,” mentioned Dr. Goldstein. “I’m assured that Dr. Wadhera and Dr. Serur will use their experience, expertise, and coaching to supply lifesaving, progressive affected person care whereas serving to Hackensack College Medical Middle proceed to develop its organ transplantation program.”
Dr. Serur acquired his medical diploma from SUNY Downstate Medical Middle in Brooklyn, New York. He accomplished his residency at Staten Island College Hospital in Staten Island, New York, and accomplished his fellowship in nephrology at New York Hospital. Earlier than accepting his place at Hackensack College Medical Middle, he served as medical director on the Rogosin Institute Transplant Program in New York Metropolis.
After receiving his medical diploma from Bangalore Medical School in India, Dr. Wadhera accomplished his residency at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Middle in Bronx, New York, and Staten Island College Hospital in Staten Island, New York. Dr. Wadhera accomplished his fellowship in transplant surgical procedure on the Recanati-Miller Transplant Institute at Mount Sinai Medical Middle in New York. Earlier than accepting his place at Hackensack College Medical Middle, he served as an assistant professor of surgical procedure on the Recanati-Miller Transplant Institute.
“We’re excited to welcome Dr. Wadhera and Dr. Serur to our transplantation group and sit up for the various methods through which they are going to contribute to the excellent transplantation care we offer,” mentioned Mark D. Sparta, FACHE, president and chief hospital govt, Hackensack College Medical Middle.
“Hackensack College Medical Middle’s transplant middle is among the many fastest-growing within the nation, delivering a few of the finest kidney transplant outcomes and has the shortest look forward to a brand new kidney when put next different transplant facilities within the tri-state space,” mentioned Ihor S. Sawczuk, M.D., FACS, regional president, Northern Market, Hackensack Meridian Well being. “The abilities and expertise that Dr. Wadhera and Dr. Serur convey to our transplantation group won’t solely advance our hospital’s program, however can even contribute to advances within the area of transplantation care.”
As certainly one of just a few licensed transplant facilities in New Jersey, Hackensack College Medical Middle’s Division of Organ Transplantation offers full pre-transplant analysis, surgical providers, and post-operative care. Together with its board-certified physicians, a group of transplant nurses and different professionals present care and assist for transplant sufferers and their households all through the organ transplantation course of.
To be taught extra about transplant providers at Hackensack College Medical Middle and Jersey Shore College Medical Middle, please name 551-996-2608 or go to hackensackumc.org/services/organ-transplants/.