Vinay Goyal, MD
Vinay Goyal , M.D.email: email@example.com
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Bariatrics
Director of Bariatric Surgery Program at University Medical Center
Surgery Clinic : 806-743-2373
Surgery Clinic: Texas Tech Physicians Pavilion, 4th floor
Dr Goyal is a fellowship trained minimally invasive general and bariatric surgeon. He completed his fellowship in Advanced MIS GI and Bariatric Surgery at Penn State University in 2014. Apart from advanced laparoscopy, he is also proficient in robotic and endoscopic procedures. His clinical interests include bariatric surgery, acid reflux disease (GERD), gastroparesis, achalasia, tumors of stomach/intestine/colon and hernias.
Dr Goyal believes in offering latest evidence-based care to his patients while stressing upon shared decision making.
“I understand how stressful a surgery can be for the patients. I strive to keep my patients and their families well informed throughout the whole process and treat them the way I would want my family members to be treated”. – Dr Goyal
His clinical interests include bariatric surgery, acid reflux disease (GERD), gastroparesis, achalasia, tumors of stomach/intestine/colon and hernias.
Bariatric surgery, GERD, Hernia, Laparoscopic and robotic surgery, Endoscopy.
Fellow in Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery, Penn State University, Hershey, PA. 2014
General Surgery, Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, Bronx, NY, 2013
General Surgery, Lady Hardinge Medical College and associated Hospitals, New Delhi, India, 2008.
Maulana Azad Medical College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India. 2002
American Board of Surgery
In The News:
Vinay Goyal, M.D. TTP Spirit 5 - November. November 16, 2018. Web. More
ConteJohn MM, Malekpour F, Parithivel V, Goyal V. Giant pedunclated hemangioma of the liver. American Surgeon. 2014 Sep;80(9):259-60
Goyal V, Holover S, Garber S. Gastric pouch reduction using Stomaphyx™ in post roux-en-y gastric bypass patients does not result in sustained weight loss. A retrospective analysis. Surgical Endoscopy. 2013;27(9):3417-20
Goyal V, Ungsunan P. Lipoma of the colon: should asymptomatic tumors be treated? American Surgeon. 2013 Jan,79(1);45-6.
Thomas S, Prakash A, Goyal V, Popli MB, Agarwal S, Choudhury M. Evaluation of sentinel node biopsy in locally advanced breast cancer patients who become clinically node-negative after neoadjuvant chemotherapy: a preliminary study. International Journal of Breast Cancer. 2011;2011:870263. Epub 2012/02/02.
Vattipally V, Cheickna D, Gulfaraz S, Goyal V, Sasaki J, Bess L, Pauli E, Haluck R, Rogers A, Lynsue J. Is Bariatric Expertise Needed to Deal with Emergency Room Admissions following Bariatric Surgery? Poster presentation at the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Annual Meeting, November 2014, Boston MA.
Rogers A, Goyal V, Vattipally V, Ortenzi G. The Rise and Rapid Demise of an Academic Single-Surgeon Band Experience. Podium presentation at the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Annual Meeting, November 2014, Boston MA.
John MM, Malekpour F, Goyal V, Parithivel V. Giant pedunclated hemangioma of the liver. Poster presentation at South Eastern Surgical Congress Annual Meeting, February 2014, Savannah, Georgia.
Vinay Goyal. Special Considerations for Weight Loss Surgery in Teens. Invited faculty presentation at Clinical Update – Current Care of the Bariatric Patient (Pennsylvania Society for Bariatric Surgery). September 6, 2013, Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Goyal V, Holover S, Garber S. Gastric pouch reduction using Stomaphyx™ in post roux-en-y gastric bypass patients does not result in sustained weight loss. A retrospective analysis. Podium presentation in American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery 29th Annual Meeting, June 2012, San Diego, California.
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