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Dr. Jonathan King, MD is a complex general surgical oncology specialist in Los Angeles, CA and has been practicing for 3 years. He graduated from UNIV OF MD SCH OF MED in 2006 and specializes in complex general surgical oncology, surgical oncology, and more.Read his story
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Dr. King's bio
This content was provided by Dr. King "Dr. Jonathan King is an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Surgery at UCLA. He attended the University of Maryland for his M.D. degree before coming to UCLA for his general surgery residency. After residency, Dr. King spent two years in Pittsburgh, PA (UPMC) for a surgical oncology fellowship before returning to Los Angeles to join the surgery faculty. He is board certified in General Surgery as well as Complex Surgical Oncology and has particular interest in pancreatic cancer and disseminated peritoneal malignancies. He has expertise in robotic-assisted minimally invasive pancreas surgery and performed UCLA's first minimally-invasive pancreaticoduodenectomy (Whipple procedure). He also started UCLA's program for hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemoperfusion (HIPEC). In addition to his clinical interests Dr. King is a translational and clinical investigator with active research interests in the biology of exosomes and pancreatic cancer metastasis. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts and abstracts as well as book chapters in some of the authoritative surgical textbooks. Dr. King is an enthusiastic surgical educator and is developing the UCLA residency training curriculum for robotic-assisted surgery and he is a member of numerous professional societies."
Three reviews listed here are from the same, unfortunate patient who did not have a surgical problem. I did my best to explain that he did not need my services but was clearly unable to reach an understanding with him.
My approach to patient interactions is to listen first and then explain my professional assessment as clearly and completely as possible. This can be a lengthy process - particularly in cases of complex cancer care
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