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Dr. Frederick Alexander, MD is a pediatric surgery specialist in Paramus, NJ and has been practicing for 32 years. He graduated from Columbia University / College of Physicians And Surgeons in 1977 and specializes in pediatric surgery and general surgery.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Alexander "Dr. Frederick Alexander combines compassion and competence when treating his young patients. Board-certified in pediatric surgery, he specializes in inflammatory bowel disease, gastrointestinal issues, and laparoscopic surgery. He has been nationally recognized as one of America's Top Doctors for the past two decades, as well as a Top Doctor in New York and New Jersey. After earning his MD at Columbia University, Dr. Alexander completed his surgical residency and training at Harvard Medical School and a pediatric surgical fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, One of the top 3 Children's Hospitals in US News and World Reports, and was Chief of Pediatric Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic for 15 years. Dr. Alexander is known for his attention to detail and superior outcomes with lower complication rates compared to the national standard. His patients experience smaller incisions, less pain, shorter hospital stays and a quicker return to school and other activities."
This content was provided by Dr. Alexander "Dr. Alexander was Chief of Pediatric Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic for 15 years, and Chief of Pediatric Surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center for 5 years. During this time, he has successfully performed more than 18,000 operations. He is known for his meticulous attention to detail, and his success rates exceed national standards allowing his young patients to return to school and other activities in a shorter time span thanks to smaller incisions, less pain, and shorter hospital stays."