Suhail H. Allos, MD, FACS

General Surgery

dr suhail allos best general surgeon in nashville at southern hills

Dr. Suhail Allos

General Surgeon



393 Wallace Rd. | Suite 301, Building A
Nashville, TN 37211
TEL 615.425.0550 FAX 615.833.8287
Mon-Thu 7:30am – 4:30pm Fri 7:30am – 3pm


Southern Hills Medical Center


Adrenal Surgery
Anal Surgery
Anti-Reflux Surgery
Axillary Sentinel Node Dissection
Colon Resection
Colon Surgery
Colonoscopy (Diagnostic and Therapeutic)
Colostomy/Ileostomy Reversal
Diagnostic Laparoscopy
Exploratory Laparotomy
Feeding Tube Placement (Gastrostomy, Jejunostomy, Percutaneous)
Gallbladder Surgery
Gastrointestinal Malignancy
General Surgery
Hemorrhoid Surgery
Hernia Repair
Hernia Surgery
Port-A-Cath Insertion/Removal
Small Bowel Resection
Spleen Surgery
Thyroid and Parathyroid
Tracheostomy (Percutaneous and Open)
Upper Endoscopy


Axillary Sentinel Node Biopsy
Axillary Sentinel Node Dissection
Breast Biopsy
Breast Cancer Surgery
Cancer Surgery
Lipoma Excision
Rectal Surgery
Skin Cancer Excision
Skin Mole Excision
Surgical Oncology


Laparoscopic Adrenal Removal
Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery
Laparoscopic Appendectomy
Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
Laparoscopic Colon Surgery
Laparoscopic Hernia Repairs
Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication
Laparoscopic Surgery


Medical School:

University of Mosul
Mosul, Iraq


Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, TN




About Dr. Allos

Dr. Allos was born in Beirut, Lebanon. He completed his high school and medical education in Mosul, Iraq with honors. He completed his surgical training in Baghdad, Iraq before moving to London, England to pursue a more advanced surgical training. He worked as a registrar in general surgery at Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospital and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (England). He moved to the U.S. in 1994 where he completed a surgical residency and research year at Vanderbilt University. He worked as a general/vascular surgeon in Springfield, TN from 2000-2008. In January 2009, Dr. Allos joined Southern Hills Surgical Consultants. Dr. Allos is married to Ban Mishu Allos, MD who is an Internal Medicine/Infectious Disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. They have three children.

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