Andrew W. Garrett, MD

General Surgery

Dr. Andrew Garrett, general surgeon in Columbia, TN at The Surgical Clinic

Dr. Andrew Garrett

General Surgeon

CLINIC LOCATIONS

COLUMBIA CLINIC

832 Westover Drive | Suite 200
Columbia, TN 38401
TEL  931.380.3033    FAX  931.388.3401
Mon – Thu 8am – 5pm Fri 8am – 3pm

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS

GENERAL SURGERY

Diverticular Disease of the Colon
Hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoidectomy
Hernia Repair (Open)
Lipoma, Cysts & Skin Lesion Excision
Lymph Node Biopsy/Dissection
Port-a-cath (Placement & Removal)
Reflux/Peptic Ulcer Disease Surgery
Thyroid Surgery

ADVANCED LAPAROSCOPY

Adrenalectomy
Appendectomy
Bowel and Colon Resection
Cholecystectomy (Gallbladder)
Colostomy Formation
Colostomy Reversal
Hernia Repair (Inguinal, Incisional, Ventral, Umbilical, Spigelian)
Liver Biopsy
Nissen Fundoplication
Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter (Placement and Removal)
Splenectomy

CANCER

Biopsies
Fine Needle Breast Aspiration
Liver
Lymph Node
Stereotactic Breast
Thyroid
Breast Cancer
Breast Conservation
Breast Lumpectomy
Mastectomy
Mammosite
Colon & Intestine
Skin Cancer
Melanoma
Squamous Cell
Basal Cell
Stomach
Thyroid

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Medical School:

Saba University School of Medicine
Saba, Netherlands

Residency:

Northside Medical Center
Youngstown, OH

William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI

RESOURCES

General Surgeon in Columbia

Meet Dr. Andrew Garrett

Dr. Andrew Garrett is a general surgeon at The Surgical Clinic in Columbia, TN. Dr. Garrett’s interest in general surgery is partly due to the entire spectrum of cases a general surgeon specializes in. Head and neck surgery, including the thyroid and parathyroid surgery to robotic surgery, inguinal hernias and advanced laparoscopic procedures. “There’s really not one particular surgery that I enjoy more than the other, it’s just being able to help my patients get back to normal again.” – Dr. Garrett

About The Surgical Clinic

The Columbia Clinic, formerly Mid-South Surgeons, is an affiliated surgical practice with The Surgical Clinic and has been providing advanced general & vascular surgical care in Columbia, TN for over 30 years. 

Minimally invasive and robotic surgery, advanced vascular institute, breast surgery, dialysis access – MSS has & will continue to provide advanced surgical care all in one place. 

Learn more about Mid-South Surgeon’s accredited, on-site vascular lab (Vascular Procedure Center in Columbia).

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