General Surgery - Downtown

Lower Manhattan
170 William Street
New York, NY 10038
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(646) 962-8490
Tribeca
41 Elizabeth Street, Suite 507
New York, NY 10013
Call
(646) 962-8490

Surgeons at Weill Cornell Medicine are widely recognized and respected for their expertise and for being at the forefront of advances in the field.

At NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital — our downtown location operated in partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian, the #1 hospital in New York for 17 years running — our surgeons treat a wide range of conditions, using and developing advanced methods for the treatment of most abdominal disorders, including hernias. They also treat conditions of the stomach, intestines, gallbladder and spleen.

Learn more about the surgeons who practice at this location below.

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Anton Kelly, MD Profile Photo
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Jian Shou, M.D., FACS Profile Photo
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What Our Patients Are Saying

Jay Goldberg

"Timely appointment, thoughtful help. quality staff"

Dec 03, 2020
Source: Google
Amolis24
Talking about Anton Kelly, MD

"My mother required surgical intervention, we chose Dr. Kelly and we are so happy with him and his team. Dr. Kelly was amazing; my mother is not fluent in English and because of Covid 19 I was not able to be at the hospital during much of their interaction with the doctors. Dr. Kelly was good to her, he made sure she understood him and treated her with respect. My mother is very happy with the care she received by Dr. Kelly and his team, she felt cared for. She received culturally appropriate care and his team was sensitive to our needs. Thansk Dr. kelly"

Nov 27, 2020
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Jayne C.

"Dr. Narayan spent quality time with me. I could tell that, during my visit, I was his SOLE focus. He answered questions clearly and patiently, and was genuinely concerned with how I was doing following my surgery. I recommend him highly."

Nov 26, 2020
Source: Healthgrades
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