Soumitra R. Eachempati, M.D.
Dr. Eachempati serves as Director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. He is involved in a busy clinical surgical practice, multiple research interests, and extensive teaching responsibilities to fellows, residents and medical students. His research interests include topics pertinent to abdominal surgery, critical care, and trauma. He is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery in both General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care.
After residency, Dr. Eachempati worked at Duke University Hospital where he completed a fellowship in Surgical Critical Care in 1997. During this time, he published multiple studies in critical care and trauma surgery. Following this fellowship, he received an academic appointment as an Instructor of Surgery in the Department of Surgery at Duke University School of Medicine in 1997. Following one year as an attending surgeon at Duke, he moved to New York City to become an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
Insurance Plans Accepted
The following represents most of the managed care plans accepted by this physician. If your insurance carrier does not appear here please feel free to contact this physician or this physician's practice as they may have individual contracts not included on this site.
- AETNA [HMO]
- AETNA [Medicare]
- AETNA [PPO]
- Aetna - Weill Cornell [POS]
- Affinity Health Plan
- Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield [Mediblue (Senior)]
- Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield [PPO]
- Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield [HMO]
- Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield [EPO]
- Health Plus - Amerigroup
- Medicare [Medicare]
- Oxford Health Plans [Freedom]
- Oxford Health Plans [Medicare Advantage]
- Rockefeller University - CoreSource
- United Health Care
- United Health Care [Community Plan]
- United Health Care [Medicare]
Gender-based differences in outcome for septic patients admitted to the surgical intensive care unit. SR Eachempati, L Hydo, P Barie. Arch Surg 1999; 134 (12): 1342-7.
Alterations in preliminary readings on radiographic examinations minimally affect outcomes of trauma patients discharged from the emergency department. SR Eachempati, N Flomenbaum, C Seifert, E Fischer, L Hydo, and P Barie. J Trauma 2000; 49(4): 654-8.
Laparoscopic-assisted transsacral resection of mid-level rectal cancer with primary anastomosis: an initial experience. DW Weaver, SR Eachempati. Surg Endo 2000; 8:703 ff.
Interpretation of computed tomography does not correlate with laboratory or pathologic findings in surgically confirmed acute appendicitis. M Weyant, SR Eachempati, M Maluccio, D Rivadeniera, S Grobmyer, L Hydo, P Barie. Surgery 2000; 128:145-52.
Factors influencing the development of decubitus ulcers in critically ill surgical patients. SR Eachempati, LJ Hydo, PS Barie. Accepted by publication by Critical Care Medicine.
Survival after transabdominable impalement with a wooden plank: case report and a review of impalement injuries. SR Eachempati, PS Barie, RL Reed. J Trauma 1999; 47(5): 864-6.
Severity scoring in pancreatitis: a comparative analysis of the Ranson and APACHE III score. SR Eachempati, LJ Hydo, PS Barie. Accepted for publication by Archives of Surgery.
- Gastrointestinal Surgery
- Trauma Surgery
- General Surgery
- Surgical Critical Care
- Hernia Surgery
- Minimally Invasive Surgery
- Gallbladder Surgery
- Pancreatic Disease
- Laparoscopic Gastrointestinal Surgery
- Laparoscopic Surgery
Contact and Practices
- Surgical Critical Care
- M.D., Northwestern University Medical School, 1991