Dr. Phillip Weems MD
Transplant Surgeon701 UNIVERSITY BLVD E TUSCALOOSA AL, 35401
Dr. Phillip Weems is a transplant surgeon practicing in Birmingham, AL. Dr. Weems specializes in organ transplants, and may perform surgeries involved with the transplant of organs such as the kidneys, liver, pancreas, intestines, heart, lungs, tracheal tissue and more. As a transplant surgeon, Dr. Weems performs long, complex surgeries that might take many hours to complete. Transplant surgeons remove the organ from the donor as well as transplant the organ in the recipient. Dr. Weems works with transplant physicians, nurses and surgical residents, and is responsible for and complications which may arise during or after surgery.
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