Richard J. King, M.D.

Richard J. King, M.D.

Contact Information

30 Erie Canal Drive
Suite E
Rochester, NY 14626

Office: (585) 637-2930
Fax: (585) 507-4707

Professional Bio

Dr. Richard King founded Lakeshore Surgical Practice, P.C. in partnership with the former Lakeside Memorial Hospital in Brockport, New York where he lives with his family. He initially started practice at Strong Memorial Hospital as one of their burn, trauma, and acute care surgeons and continues to practice this specialty as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. After the closure of Lakeside in 2013 Dr. King continued his community surgery practice in the Brockport area at Strong West and also holds a faculty appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Rochester.

Dr. King's practice philosophy is to offer you and your family personalized care that is unhurried and helps you to make informed decisions about surgical options. Lakeshore Surgical Practice, P.C. is located in Western New York, between Buffalo and Syracuse near Unity Hospital.

Recent Journal Articles

1991
Nakamura,RM; King,R; Kimball,EH; Oye,RK; Helgerson,SD. "Excess Infant Mortality in an American Indian Population, 1940-1990". Journal of American Medical Association. 1991; 266(16): 2244-2248. Link

Current Appointments

Clinical Assistant Professor - Department of Surgery (SMD) - Primary

Specialties

Surgical Critical Care - American Board of Surgery
Surgery - American Board of Surgery

Education

MD | Medicine | New York Medical College1995
BA | Government/International Relations | Cornell University1989
General Certificate of Education | Eton College1984

Post-Doctoral Training & Residency

Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at Penn State University Hospital-Milton S Hershey Me07/01/2003 - 06/30/2004
Residency in General Surgery at Penn State University Hospital-Milton S Hershey Me07/01/2000 - 06/30/2006
Internship in General Surgery at Madigan Army Medical Center07/01/1995 - 06/30/1996