Dennis Begos, M.D. Surgeon, Leader, Mentor & Trainer

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Dennis Begos 

Dr. Dennis Begos has an extensive career in clinical medicine, medical education, and administration.  At this stage in his medical career, he offers other medical professionals such as physicians, medical science liaisons, medical writers, devices, and pharmaceutical companies his 20 plus years of clinical experience.

Dr. Begos success has been due to his dedication, resourcefulness, communication skills, and the ability to consistently and confidently lead a team. With teaching other surgeons new techniques, lecturing, awards and teaching medical students at Tufts University, he relies heavily on this broad background as a consultant and brings value to his clients and the organizations he works within various stages and projects.  

As a general and colorectal surgeon experience in both private practice and academic hospitals, Dr. Begos has held leadership roles in hospital facilities, such as President of the Medical Staff and Chair of the Department of Surgery involved managing hospital departments, physicians, and effecting change across the organization during times of flux and uncertainty.

Dr. Begos states, “It involves an intimate understanding of coding, quality metrics, reporting requirements, and performance improvement measures. This requires distilling complex medical and clinical topics to a varied audience. I have also written numerous scientific papers and summarized scientific articles for the journal Diseases of the Colon and Rectum and have been a reviewer for medical journals as well. I’m always excited to share my understanding and findings with those I’m working with to impact the medical field in new, innovative ways.”

Dr. Dennis Begos was the first physician in the Boston area (likely all of Massachusetts) to perform laparoscopic colectomy, which is now a standard procedure. Dr. Begos did his general surgery residency at Yale University where he was honorably named Chief Resident in his last year. Dr. Begos then went on to do a one-year fellowship in colon and rectal surgery at the Cleveland Clinic where he trained with some of the world’s foremost experts in the field.