Carl H. Andrus, M.D.

Carl H. Andrus, M.D.

Contact Information

University of Rochester Medical Center
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box SURG
Rochester, NY 14642

Appointment: (585) 275-1611

Professional Bio

Dr. Andrus is Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery at the University Of Rochester Medical Center. He received his M. D. from the University Of Rochester School Of Medicine. He completed his Surgical Residency at the University Of Rochester Medical center, and a research fellowship in Immunology at Duke University. His practice over 36 years has covered the broad range of General Surgery, including breast surgery and endocrine surgery, his major focus for the last decade. He divides his time between the practice of breast surgery, and service to the Department of Surgery in the area of Quality Assurance.

Patient Care Bio

Dr. Andrus is Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery at the University Of Rochester Medical Center. He received his M. D. from the University Of Rochester School Of Medicine. He completed his Surgical Residency at the University Of Rochester Medical center, and a research fellowship in Immunology at Duke University. His practice over 36 years has covered the broad range of General Surgery, including breast surgery and endocrine surgery, his major focus for the last decade. He divides his time between the practice of breast surgery, and service to the Department of Surgery in the area of Quality Assurance.

Awards & Honors (Local)

Strong Memorial Hospital Directors Quality Award 2000

Current Appointments

Professor Emeritus - Department of Surgery, Oncology (SMD) - Primary

Specialties

Surgery - American Board of Surgery

Education

MA | Immunology | Duke University1976
MD | Medicine | Univ Rochester Sch Med/Dent1962
BA | English | Amherst College1957

Post-Doctoral Training & Residency

Chief Resident in Surgery Strong Memorial Hospital 1972
Resident in Surgery Strong Memorial Hospital 1971
Research Fellow in Surgery, Graduate Student in Immunology, D. Bernard Amos, M.D., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 1970
Associate Resident, Instructor and Research Fellow in Surgery 1968
Resident-General Surgery University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry 1972
Assistant Resident and Instructor 1967
Internship-General Surgery The Presbyterian Hospital New York, New York 1963