Healthcare Directory—William E. O'Malley MD
Last directory upload October-27-2019
William E. O'Malley MD
Surgery, General Surgery
Medical School / Professional School:
State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine
American Board of Surgery
Dr. O'Malley is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at the University of Rochester Medial Center and the Director of Bariatric Surgery at Highland Hospital. He has been a bariatric surgeon since 1997 and has performed nearly 4,000 bariatric surgical procedures. He introduced Laparoscopic Bariatric surgery to the region in 2000. He was certified by the American Board of Surgery in 1997. Dr. O'Malley performs multiple types of Bariatric procedures depending on an individual patients need. He is experienced in Laproscopic Gastric Bypass, Open Gastric Bypass, Laparascopic Duodenal Switch, Open Duodenal Switch, Banded Gastroplasty, Laparascopic Gastric Banding and Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomies. Dr. O'Malley performs the largest number of Bariatric procedures in New York. Dr O'Malley has traveled within the Region and internationally to teach and demonstrate advanced Laproscopic techninques in Bariatric Surgery. He has mentored and trained numerous surgeons to perform Bariatric Surgery profession. Recently, Dr. O'Malley has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey show and was asked to contribute to Good Housekeeping/Redbook magazine in 2009 as a subject matter expert. Dr. O'Malley is actively involved in improving the Quality of patient care at Highland Hospital. He has been Co-Chair of the Surgical Quality Committee and is a Surgical Representative for the Credentialing Committee. He is the Medical Director of the Bariatric Fellowship program.
Bariatric & GI Surgery of the University of Rochester
1000 South Avenue
Rochester New York 14620
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