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Brad A Feltis, MD
(612) 813-8000
Specialties: Surgery, Pediatric
Trauma Services
Type of Provider: Physician
Gender: Male
Professional History
Board Certification
Pediatric Surgery
Surgery
Professional Education
PhD Surgery, General - University of Minnesota School of Medicine
Minneapolis
Professional Education
MD - University of Minnesota School of Medicine
Minneapolis
1995
Residency
Surgery, General - University of Minnesota Hospitals
Minneapolis
Surgery, General - University of Minnesota Hospitals
Minneapolis
Fellowship
Surgery, Pediatric - University of Washington Medical Center
Seattle
Primary Location:
Pediatric Surgical Associates
2530 Chicago Ave S Suite 550
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 813-8000
http://www.pediatricsurgicalassociates.com

Secondary Location(s):
Pediatric Surgical Associates
347 N Smith Ave Suite 502
St Paul, MN 55102
(651) 220-6040
http://www.pediatricsurgicalassociates.com
  

Personal Biography:
Dr. Brad Feltis is one of the country's leading pediatric surgeons specializing in pre-born anomalies. He received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and his PhD. from the school's Department of Surgery, where he also worked in residency and had a fellowship in surgical infectious diseases. Dr. Feltis received advanced training as a fellow in pediatric surgery with the prestigious Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center at the University of Washington's Department of Pediatric Surgery.

Dr. Feltis specializes in minimal access surgery and is surgical director of the Midwest Fetal Care Center. He is one of the few pediatric surgeons in the nation to perform operative fetoscopy-surgery on fetuses inside the womb.

Dr. Feltis is active in the American Pediatric Surgery Association and is leading an effort to ensure that surgical outcomes at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota remain among the best in the world. In addition to fetal surgery and minimal access surgery, Dr. Feltis has expertise in surgical infectious diseases and pediatric trauma.
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