Weill Cornell Medicine - Surgery has increased its clinical footprint through its recent expansion of services to downtown Manhattan, bringing state-of-the-art surgical care to the more than 750,000 people who work and live there. Our multidisciplinary team of highly-trained specialists now offers patients convenient access to the highest quality surgical care at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital, where our surgeons perform advanced laparoscopic, endoscopic and endovascular surgical procedures. Surgical consults take place at the newly-renovated patient care facility located at 156 William Street, adjacent to the hospital.
Our broad scope of services include: general surgery, breast surgery, colon and rectal surgery, vascular surgery, surgical oncology and hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery. NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital is the only acute care facility below 14th Street providing care to patients from the Financial District, Greenwich Village, SoHo, the Lower East Side and Chinatown. The Hospital offers culturally sensitive patient-focused care coupled with the clinical excellence and pioneering research of a major academic medical center.
Our multidisciplinary surgical team in Lower Manhattan includes: Benjamin Golas, MD, is Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and Assistant Attending Surgeon at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Golas is an experienced, board-certified surgeon specializing in surgical oncology and hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery. His expertise includes minimally invasive procedures for liver cancer, liver metastases, pancreatic cancer and other gastrointestinal malignancies. He offers unique expertise in novel treatments for liver tumors, including radiofrequency ablation. Daniel Hunt, MD, is Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and Assistant Attending Surgeon at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. He is an experienced, board-certified colon and rectal surgeon, who specializes in the most advanced laparoscopic techniques for benign and malignant colorectal tumors, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis and sphincter preservation for rectal cancer.