Leena Khaitan, MD, MPH
Director, Bariatric Surgery Program, UH Cleveland Medical Center
Director, Bariatric Surgery Program, UH Geauga Medical Center
Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery, UH Geauga Medical Center
Associate Professor, Surgery, CWRU School of Medicine
Director, Bariatric Surgery Program, University Hospitals
Director, Esophageal and Swallowing Center, Digestive Health Institute, University Hospitals
UH Geauga Medical Center
13207 Ravenna Rd
UH Chagrin Highlands Health Center
3909 Orange Place
UH Digestive Health Institute, Ste 3200
UH Cleveland Medical Center
Department of Surgery-General
11100 Euclid Ave
Bariatric Surgery (Weight Loss Surgery), Dysphagia, Esophageal Reflux, Achalasia, Gastric Bypass, Hiatal Hernias, Swallowing Disorders, Parasophageal Hernia Surgery, GERD, Diaphragmatic Hernia, Heart Burn, Reflux Disease
American Board of Surgery - Surgery
Education & Training
1991, Case Western Reserve University
Medical / Professional School(s):
1995, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
1996, General Surgery - Lankenau Hospital
2000, General Surgery - Lankenau Hospital
2002, Minimally Invasive Surgery - Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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As of December 31, 2015, Leena Khaitan, MD, MPH did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.