Surgical Critical Care Specialist

George Liberis, MD, ScD, FACS

General Surgeon located in New City, NY

When you combine surgery with a life-threatening medical issue, it’s understandable that you want a doctor in your corner to see you through the process, offering experienced medical care every step of the way. Dr. George N. Liberis provides this comprehensive critical care to his patients in New City, New York, affording them peace of mind during this difficult time. For compassionate surgical critical care, call the office or schedule a consultation using the online form.

Surgical Critical Care Q & A

What is surgical critical care?

According to The American Board of Surgery, “Surgical critical care is a specialty of surgery and a primary component of general surgery related to the care of patients with acute, life-threatening, or potentially life-threatening surgical conditions.”

To offer his patients this standard of comprehensive care, Dr. Liberis underwent a certification in surgical critical care so that he can help the patients in his care navigate the surgical and nonsurgical procedures surrounding their severe medical conditions.

This care extends to critically ill patients of all ages with any number of different diagnoses. Dr. Liberis brings his general surgical training to bear to treat patients during every stage of their care, both preoperatively and postoperatively.

What conditions call for surgical critical care?

Dr. Liberis is highly trained in the following areas:

  • Appendicitis
  • Thyroid and parathyroid issues
  • Breast cancer
  • Skin cancer
  • Colorectal cancer
  • Spleen issues
  • Gallbladder problems
  • Hernia repair

For each of these medical conditions, Dr. Liberis ensures that each of his patients receives the best care -- before, during, and after surgery.

Will I have access to emergency care?

One of the main components of good surgical critical care is the ability of the surgeon to remain on call for all emergencies. While Dr. Liberis is a surgeon first and foremost, he has a broad understanding of patients’ presurgical needs, as well as postoperative problems that can arise, and he makes himself available to oversee any emergency that may come up.

If you’re dealing with a critical or life-threatening issue, it can make all the difference having one surgeon oversee your care, explaining the details and educating you on the best courses of action to take in every situation. He also works with the hospital staff to ensure that your critical needs are met at all times, and he facilitates the process so that you’re not left unattended during this frightening time.

If you’re dealing with a critical health concern, call Dr. Liberis or use the online form to schedule a consultation. You can reach him at any time for surgical critical care.

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