D. Davidson Oxley, MD, facs

General Surgeon

dr oxley is a general surgeon in columbia tn

Dr. Davidson Oxley

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

Maury Regional Medical Center

General Surgery

Adrenalectomy
Anal Surgery
Anti-Reflux (GERD) Surgery
Appendectomy
Axillary Sentinel Node Biopsy/Dissection
Breast Biopsy
Breast Cancer Surgery
Colon and Rectal Surgery
Colostomy/Ileostomy Reversal
Feeding Tube Insertion
Gallbladder Surgery
Gastrectomy
Hemorrhoid Surgery
Hernia Surgery
Lipoma Excision
Pancreas Surgery
Parathyroidectomy
Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter Insertion/Removal
Port-A-Cath Insertion/Removal
Sentinel Node Biopsy
Skin Cancer Excision
Skin Mole Excision
Small Bowel Resection
Spleen Surgery
Thyroidectomy
Tracheostomy

Robotic Surgery

Robotic Achalasia Surgery
Robotic Adrenalectomy
Robotic Colon Surgery
Robotic Gallbladder Surgery
Robotic Fundoplication
Robotic Hernia Surgery
Robotic Ostomy Reversal
Robotic Paraesophageal Hernia Repair
Robotic Parastomal Hernia Repair
Robotic Rectal Surgery
Robotic Stomach Surgery

Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy
Laparoscopic Appendectomy
Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
Laparoscopic Colon Surgery
Laparoscopic Diagnostic
Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery
Laparoscopic Fundoplication
Laparoscopic Paraesophageal Hernia Repair
Laparoscopic Small Bowel Surgery
Laparoscopic Splenectomy
Laparoscopic Stomach Surgery

Specialties

Anorectal Disease
Acute Care Surgery
Advanced Hernia Repair
Anti-Reflux Operations
Breast Surgery
Colon Surgery
Endocrine Surgery
Gallbladder Disease
Laparoscopic Surgery
Pancreas Disease
Robotic Surgery
Skin Cancer
Small Bowel Disease
Splenectomy
Stomach Surgery

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Medical School:

University of Tennessee College of Medicine
Memphis, Tennessee

Internship:

University of Tennessee Affiliated Hospitals
Memphis, Tennessee

Residency:

University of Mississippi Medical Center
Jackson, Mississippi

Fellowship:

General Surgery

Professional Societies:

American Medical Association
Tennessee Medical Association
American College of Surgeons, Fellow

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