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The Hospital Setting

Types of Surgery for Children

Preparing a Child for Surgery 

The Surgical Team for Children

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No surgery is routine, especially when it comes to your child. We understand that being told your child needs surgery is one of the most frightening things a parent could ever hear, which is why our team is devoted to the special surgical needs of children and keeping parents well informed every step of the way.

Our family-centered approach to care combines medical expertise, the latest advances in surgical technology, and a dedicated team focused on making children and their families as comfortable as possible.


From newborns to adolescents, congenital problems to acquired disorders, emergencies to common conditions, we are dedicated to excellence in surgical care for all children. Together, with the multidisciplinary surgical, medical and nursing staff at CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital, we deliver a patient experience that only a dedicated children’s hospital can provide for children and their families.

Specializing in: 

Common Procedures
   • Lumps and bumps
   • Hernias

Congenital anomalies
   • Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
   • Esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula
   • Abdominal wall defects
   • Pulmonary pathology
   • Tumors
   • Intestinal atresia
   • Anorectal malformations

Minimally-invasive surgery
   • Thoracoscopic surgery
   • Laparoscopic surgery
   • Lung resections
   • Feeding tubes
   • Chest wall deformity

Fetal diagnosis and treatment
   • Antenatal counseling
   • Neonatal surgery

Childhood surgical oncology
   • Neuroblastoma
   • Wilms’ tumor

Head and Neck Surgery
   • Lymphatic malformations
   • Thyroid disease
   • Branchial anomalies

Colorectal surgery
   • Hirschsprung’s disease
   • Inflammatory bowel disease

   • Hypospadias 
 • Hydroceles 
 • Undescended testes 
 • Varicoceles, and other groin and scrotal problems 
 • Urinary tract infections 
 • Urinary reflux (vesicoureteral reflux) 
 • Ureteropelvic Junction (UPV) Obstruction 
 • Ureterovesical Junction (UPJ) Obstruction 
 • Posterior urethral valves (PUV) 
 • Tumors of the adrenals, kidney, bladder and testicles 
 • Neurogenic bladder

Our office is located on the campus of CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital:

830 Pennsylvania Ave.
Suite 305
Charleston, WV 25302

Phone: (304) 388-1770
Fax: (304) 388-1775

Our Mission: Striving to provide the best health care to every patient, every day.       © 2015 CAMC Physicians Group