Andre Graham, MD, FACS


Bariatrics & General Surgery

Dr. Graham is a certified general surgeon with over 15+ years of experience in broad-based general surgery, endoscopy, and bariatric surgery. Throughout his 20-year healthcare career, he has earned regard from patients, colleagues, and supervisors for his clinical skills, quality of care, medical judgment, and teamwork. He is deeply committed to providing efficient and high-quality care.

He has diagnosed and treated diverse populations presenting a range of illnesses and injuries. He believes strongly in patient education and takes pride in providing quality patient care. He enjoys treating a broad range of general surgical conditions, with a particular interest in minimally invasive surgery, endoscopies, bariatrics, advanced laparoscopy, breast surgery, thyroid, hernia, and gastrointestinal surgery.

His background includes 4 years of service as an Air Force General Surgeon, during which he was awarded the Bronze Star for my surgical services in Iraq. He spent 11 years in a large health care organization as an employed physician, during which he served on the medical executive and credentials committee, was the director of bariatric surgery and wound care, built a nationally accredited bariatric program, and started a wound care program with hyperbaric therapy.

In addition to MD licensure, he holds active certifications in BLS, ACLS, and MD licenses in Texas, New York, and Oklahoma. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He holds memberships to multiple national surgical societies.


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Education and Relevant Experience

● Medical School: University of Kansas School of Medicine-Medical Doctorate● Kansas State University-Bachelor of Science, Pre Medicine


● Ferzli GS, Patel S, Graham A, Shapiro K. Three New Tools for Parathyroid Surgery: Expensive and Unnecessary? Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Vol 198, No. 3, 349-351, 2004.● Choy C, Shapiro K, Patel S, Graham A, Ferzli GS,Investigating a Possible Cause of Mesh Migration During TEP Repair. Surgical Endoscopy. Vol. 18, No. 3, 523-526, 2004.● Ferzli GS, Shapiro K, Deturris SV, Sayad P, Patel S, Graham A, Chaudry G. Totally Extraperitoneal (TEP) Hernia Repair After an Original TEP. Is It Safe and Is It Even Possible? Endoscopy. 2014 Mar, 81(3):526-8. Epub 2004 Feb 2.


● Commissioned Officer, United States Air Force● Dr. Andre Graham has received many awards including: The Bronze Star Medal for Service in Iraq, Air Force Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal & Global War on Terrorism Service Medal