Commonly Treated Colorectal Conditions
Our colon and rectal surgeons at The University of Vermont Medical Center study, diagnosis and treat colorectal surgery conditions:
- Anal fissure and anal fistula
- Colorectal cancer (colon or rectal cancer)
- Crohn's disease
- Fecal incontinence
- Ulcerative colitis
Colon and Rectal Surgery Screening and Procedures
Screening and diagnostic procedures, such as a Colonoscopy, are key tools for determining the best corrective course. Learn more about colon and rectal screening in our Health Library: Colorectal Cancer Test Recommendations.
Surgical Forms of Treatment
- Laparoscopic and robotic colon and rectal procedures
- open surgery
- anorectal operations
- therapeutic colonoscopy
- transanal endoscopic microsurgery
Our Colon and Rectal Surgeons
Researchers and Academic Practitioners Working in affiliation with the University of Vermont, our surgeons are researchers and educators providing patients with leading-edge treatments and resources.
The UVM Medical Center colon and rectal surgeons team with:
- Gastroenterology (GI) specialists in digestive disease care
- Medical and Radiation Oncologists
- Urology and urogynecology experts, working in Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (formerly known as the Continence Center)
Consultation at The UVM Medical Center
Contact the surgical team at The University of Vermont Medical Center at 802-847-1288 and we'll help determine if you're a candidate for colon and rectal surgery. Or call General Surgery at The UVM Medical Center to schedule an appointment 800-639-2480.
- Call (toll free): 888-362-3242
- Fax Referral Line: 802-847-2001
- Email: ReferralCenteruvmhealth [dot] org Note: please send encrypted files.
Fellowship and Residency Programs - We offer residency and fellowship programs in over 17 service lines. Our General Surgery Residency Program is a comprehensive program that prepares residents for careers in general surgery, academic surgery and surgical fellowship training. Visit the Department of Surgery for more information.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) – Our CME program offers a series of medical courses for health care professionals to learn about new and developing areas of their fields. Visit CME.