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Dr. Gerald Cahill M.D., Surgeon

Dr. Gerald Cahill M.D.

Surgeon

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2850 W 95th St Suite 403 Evergreen Park IL, 60805
Rating

4/5

About

Dr. Gerald Cahill is a general surgeon practicing in Evergreen Park, IL. Dr. Cahill specializes in abdominal contents including the esophagus, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and often thyroid glands. General surgeons are able to deal with almost any surgical or critical care emergency, also involving the skin or soft tissue trauma. Dr. Cahill provides quality surgical service for gravely ill or injured patients and is able to respond quickly due to knowledge of various surgical procedures.

Education and Training

Univ of Il Coll of Med, Chicago Il 1982

Board Certification

Colon & Rectal Surgery American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery ABCRS

Surgery American Board of Surgery ABS

Provider Details

Male English 29 years of experience

Residency

  • Cook County Hosp, General Surgery

Dr. Gerald Cahill M.D.'s Practice location

Gerald Cahill, MD

2850 W 95th St -
Evergreen Park, IL 60805
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New patients: 708-422-5658, 708-422-5658
Fax: 708-422-7264, 708-422-4660

4932 W 95TH ST -
OAK LAWN, IL 60453
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New patients: 708-422-5658
Fax: 708-422-4660

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