Doctor Jeffrey A. Neale

Dr, Neale Colon Doctor

Dr. Jeffrey Neale, FACS, FASCRS

Dr. Jeffrey Neale obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He received his medical degree and Master’s degree in hyperbaric medicine at the University of St. Eustatius. Dr. Neale completed his general surgical residency at Mercy Catholic Medical Center in Philadelphia and a colorectal surgery fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Neale sits on the Medical Executive Committee for Cape Coral Hospital and was the recipient of the Rising Physician Award at the Lee County Medical Society Medical Service Awards for 2017.

Doctor Neale is a member of the:
  • American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons
  • The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES)
  • American College of Surgeons
  • International College of Surgeons
  • Lee County Medical Society
  • Florida Medical Society

Doctor Neale Industry Contributions and Presentations

  • Neale J, Reickert C, Rubinfeld I. The Accuracy of the NSQIP Model In Predicting Morbidity In The Colectomy Population.

ASCRS May, 2011.

  • Neale J, Tsiouris, A Nalamati S, Times M. Risk factors for C. difficile of the ileum following total abdominal colectomy with or without proctocolectomy.. What is the risk ??? 

Michigan Chapter of the ACS May, 2010.

  • Neale J, Times M, Szilagy E, Nalamati S, Three Port Robotic right hemicolectomy, A systematic approach to set up and surgery.

Michigan Chapter of ASCRS Nov, 2009.

Articles Written:

Retrorectal Tumors – Jeffrey A. Neale MD

Clostridium Difficile of the Ileum Following Total Abdominal Colectomy, With or Without Proctectomy: Who Is at Risk? – Jeffrey A. Neale MD

Cerebral and Choroidal Metastases with Retinal detachement, Secondary to Rectal Cancer: A case report – Jeffrey A. Neale MD

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