MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Welcomes New Surgeon General Ryan WF Faught

Dr Ryan Faught for the MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center, pictured in Clinton, MD on October 20, 2021.

CLINTON, Maryland (December 1, 2021) –MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center is pleased to welcome its new eligible General Surgeon to the Board of Directors, Ryan WF Faught, MD, who joined the hospital in October 2021. Dr. Faught attended medical school at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, and continued his residency in General Surgery at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra / Northwell Health in New Hyde Park, NY. After his residency, he joined the faculty there as an assistant professor of surgery, focusing on advanced and minimally invasive robotic techniques for the repair of complex hernias.

Dr. Faught firmly believes in presenting all options and treatments to his patients before having surgery. Using a patient-centered approach, Dr. Faught is committed to providing first-class surgical care and keeping patients well informed.

“When medically possible, I strongly believe in trying non-operative care before proceeding with surgery. This patient-centered approach, in many cases, leads to relief from anxiety, symptoms and alleviates the need for surgery. My goal with each patient is to present all the options and all the treatments adapted to their condition. As a surgeon, together we will develop a plan that you are comfortable with. A knowledgeable patient and excellent communication, coupled with first-class surgical care, translate into unparalleled patient outcomes. It is my commitment to all patients that they get the best possible outcome.

Dr. Faught provides care and treatment for a variety of medical conditions, including benign and malignant skin lesions; diseases of the colon and rectum; as well as diseases of the stomach, small intestine, colon, gallbladder and appendix.

To make an appointment with Dr. Faught, please call 301-877-7202.


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