Drew H. Reynolds, MD

General Surgery

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Dr. Drew Reynolds

Board Certified General Surgeon


St. Thomas West Clinic

4230 Harding Pike | Suite 705
Nashville, TN 37205
TEL  615.385.1547   FAX 615.297.9161
Mon – Fri 7:30am – 4:30pm


Achalasia Surgery
Adrenal Surgery
Cancer Surgery
Colon and Rectal Surgery
Colon Resection
Colon Surgery
Colostomy/Ileostomy Reversal
Diagnostic Laparoscopy
Endocrine Surgery of the Thyroid

Endocrine Surgery of the Parathyroid

Exploratory Laparotomy
Gallbladder Surgery
Gastrointestinal Malignancy
Hernia Repair
Hernia Surgery
Intestinal Surgery
Laparoscopic Adrenal Removal
Laparoscopic Appendectomy
Laparoscopic Spleen Removal
Pancreatic Surgery
Reflux Surgery
Robotic Colon Surgery
Robotic Lap Nissen Fundoplication
Small Bowel Resection
Stomach Surgery
Ventral Hernia Repair


Medical School:

University of Tennessee,
Health Science Center
Memphis, TN


University of Tennessee,
Health Science Center
Memphis, TN


University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY

Professional SOCIETIES:

American Board of Surgery
Fellow American College of Surgeons
Society of American Gastrointestinal & Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES)
Nashville Surgical Society
Tennessee Medical Association

Meet Dr. Reynolds

Laparoscopic surgery has been a big revolution over the last 20 years. It initally started with us doing laparoscopic appendectomy but has evolvedd into more complex surgeries like ventral hernia repairs, colon resections, and advanced anti-reflux surgery. I have a special interest in hernia surgery, abdominal wall reconstruction and acid reflux treatment, which are very well-suited to minimally-invasive surgeries.

Gallbladder disease & surgery

Dr. Drew Reynolds, general surgeon at The Surgical Clinic, explains one of the most common operations performed in the United States – gallbladder surgery. Dr. Reynolds thoroughly presents the nature of gallbladder disease and gallbladder surgery in this video. One of the livers most important jobs is to make a digestive juice called bile that trickles down through bile ducts that are connected to a storage sac, AKA the gallbladder. It’s very common for gallstones to form within the gallbladder along with other diseases.

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