Igor Belyansky, M.D., Joins AAMC
Jan 21, 2013 10:24PM
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A specialist in abdominal wall reconstruction and complex hernia repair, Dr. Beylansky is committed to his patients in providing high quality, patient-centered care. “Dr. Beylanskyis a very skilled surgeon who stays on the leading edge of the latest advances in complex hernia surgery and abdominal wall reconstruction,” says Adrian Park, M.D.
Dr. Belyansky is certified by The American Board of Surgery and is a fellowship-trained laparoscopic surgeon. In addition to hernia repair, Dr. Belyansky has clinical interests in esophageal surgery, complex GI surgery, anti-reflux procedures, surgical treatment of achalasia, and minimally invasive surgical treatment of colon cancer and solid organ pathology.
Dr. Belyansky has research interest in quality of life outcomes after hernia surgery and is a strong proponent of patient education and informed decision prior to surgery. He is a co-investigator of several research grants and has authored 16 publications, six book chapters, and several invited commentaries. He frequently presents at national and international surgical meetings and has received numerous research related awards. While at Carolinas Medical Center, Dr. Belyansky and his co-workers developed an electronic application, CeQOL, which aids at predicting quality of life after undergoing an inguinal hernia repair. The use if this application has been widely embraced by hernia specialists around the world.
His new office is located at the Health Sciences Pavilion, Suite 600, 2000 Medical Parkway, Annapolis, MD, 21401. For more information, visit www.aamcsurgicalspecialists.com or call 410-822-4220.
About Anne Arundel Medical Center
Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) is part of Anne Arundel Health System. Anne Arundel Health System is the parent organization of AAMC, Anne Arundel Diagnostics Imaging, Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center, and three satellite locations AAMC – Health Services in Bowie, Waugh Chapel, and Kent Island. AAMC, founded in 1902 as the Annapolis Emergency Hospital, is a not-for-profit hospital that provides acute inpatient and outpatient care to residents of the region, encompassing Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s and Calvert Counties. Visit www.askAAMC.org to learn more.