Andrew Wright, M.D., is director of UW Medicine's Hernia Center at Northwest Hospital and part of UW Medical Center's Center for Esophageal and Gastric Surgery. He is also fellowship director of the UW's Advanced Gastrointestinal Surgery Fellowship and an assistant program director for the General Surgery Residency.
Dr. Wright's goal is to help patients maximize quality of life. Sometimes surgery is not the best option, and he hopes to help guide patients through the complex decision-making that accompanies these difficult problems.
Dr. Wright trained at the University of Wisconsin. His main clinical interest is in management of hernias. He also manages complex esophageal and gastric disease. Much of his non-clinical time is spent in the UW's WWAMI Institute for Simulation in Healthcare (WISH), where he works on improving patient safety. He also works with the UW School of Engineering's Biorobotics Lab.
|University of Louisville School of Medicine||Medical education||1998|
|Univ. of Wisconsin @ Madison||Internship|
|Univ. of Wisconsin @ Madison||Residency|
|UW - Dept. of Critical Care Surgery||Fellowship|
|MD||Univ. of Louisville School of Medicine||1998|
|American Board of Surgery||General Surgery||2006|