With a dedication to excellence, our team is committed to providing high-quality surgical interventions for infants, children, and adolescents. At the heart of our practice is a profound sense of care, treating each young patient as if they were our own. Welcome to a place where expertise meets empathy, and where the well-being of your child is our foremost priority.
Roberto Puglisi, MD
Michele Markley, MD
David Lasko, MD
Ruchi Amin, MD
SURGICAL SERVICES WE PROVIDE
At South Florida Pediatric Surgeons, our unwavering dedication to your child's well-being is evident in the diverse range of specialized procedures we provide. Merging seasoned expertise with state-of-the-art technology, our skilled team ensures the delivery of the utmost standard of care.
Head and Neck Surgery
Mass evaluation, excision, biopsy, foreign body removal.
Pectus repair, chest/lung masses excision, congenital lesions, esophageal surgery.
Intestinal ops, appendectomy, hernia repair, galbladder procedures, fundoplication.
Circumcision, hernia/hydrocele surgery, testicular procedures, torsion.
Correcting congenital anomalies, prenatal consultations for parents.
Biopsy, tumor removal from neck, chest, abdomen.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Minimally invasive chest and abdominal procedures for less pain and scarring.
Implant For Precocious Puberty
Our Patients Say
Everyone experience is different but i must say my experience was awesome. Everyone i encountered with was very professionally and helpful. The lady even walked around to give me the paper work because i was feeding my son. My appointment was at 1pm and im back in my car by 2:00pm. Looking forward to a smooth surgery and recovery.
Frequently Asked Questions
We aim to provide you with informative answers to common queries about pediatric surgical care. Explore this resource to gain insights into various aspects of our practice, ensuring you have the knowledge you need for a well-informed and confident experience.
What is a Pediatric Surgeon?
A Pediatric Surgeon is a Surgeon who specializes in the surgical care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. After graduating college and medical school, additional training includes 5 years of general surgery, 1 or 2 years of research and an additional 2 years of specialty intensive training solely in Pediatric Surgery.
Who provides the anesthesia for my child?
The anesthesia is administered at all locations by qualified anesthesiologists that are sensitive to the unique physical and emotional needs of the pediatric patient.