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Dr. Eric S Rolfsmeyer MD, Colon and Rectal Surgeon

Dr. Eric S Rolfsmeyer MD


1201 S Euclid Ave Sioux Falls SD, 57105



Dr. Eric Rolfsmeyer is a colon and rectal surgeon practicing in Sioux Falls, SD. Dr. Rolfsmeyer specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the colon, rectum and anus. As a colon and rectal surgeon, Dr. Rolfsmeyer often treats conditions like rectal cancer, colon cancer, hemorrhoids, anal fissures and diverticulitis. Colon and rectal surgeons may be referred to you by your gastroenterologist if your doctor believes you need a surgical procedure.

Education and Training

University of Nebraska, Omaha, NB Medicine

Univ of Ne Coll of Med, Omaha Ne 1976

Board Certification

Surgery American Board of Surgery ABS

Provider Details

Male English

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow - American College of Surgeons
  • Member of American Society of Gastroenterology (ASGE)


  • Fairview-Univ Med Ctr, Colon And Rectal Surgery; Hennepin Co Med Ctr, General Surgery

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Dr. Eric S Rolfsmeyer MD's Practice location

Practice At 1201 S Euclid Ave Suite 104

1201 S Euclid Ave -
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
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Fax: 605-357-7596

1201 S EUCLID AVE STE 104 -
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