James William Geuder MD
Vascular Surgeon | Vascular Surgery680 Kinderkamack Rd. Suite 306 Oradell NJ, 07649
Dr. James W. Geuder is a Vascular and General Surgeon and Phlebologist serving the Oradell and Oakland areas for more than 30 years. Dr. Geuder is experienced in Ambulatory Phlebectomy, Sclerotherapy ...
Education and Training
Denison University B.A. Biology 1977
Medical College of Wisconsin M.D. 1981
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Castle Connelly’s Top Doctors 2000-08, 2010-15 NY Metro Area
- New York Magazine’s Best Doctor New York Magazine
- Patient Choice Award 2012, 2014-15 Patient Choice
- Compassionate Doctor Recognition 2010, 2012-15 Compassionate Doctor
- On-Time Doctor Award 2014-15 On-Time Doctor
- Top 10 Doctor 2014 State
- Top 10 Doctor 2014 Metro Area
- The Venefit™ Procedure (laser)
- Ambulatory Phlebectomy / Microphlebectomy
- Treating Venous Ulcers
- Professional Member Peripheral Vascular Society
- Professional Member New Jersey Vascular Society
- Fellow American College of Surgeons
- Universityof Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey General Surgery
- New York University Vascular Surgery
James William Geuder MD's Practice location
Oradell, NJ 07649Get Direction
Oakland, NJ 07436Get Direction
HACKENSACK, NJ 07601Get Direction
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Patient Experience with Dr. Geuder
- Kimberly .
Highly recommended .
- Carter b.
One of the best doctors I have ever had!!.
- Robert k.
Great Experience from Beginning to End.
- Nancy m.
Dr. Geuder's Great at What He Does.
- Nina s.
a very positive experience.
Dr. Geuder and his staff are outstanding!.
- Lynn i.
Very knowledgeable, takes the time to fully explain everything to you, cares about you!.
- Beth c.
successful treatment of varicose veins.
- Mewit r.
- Joan n.
all in all, one of the best medical experiences I've had.
- Philip s.
- Russell m.
the best doctor i have been to.
- J. l.
Dr. Geuder changed my life. .
- G. a.
Professional, courteous and pleasant.
- Richard g.
- Richard g.
Pleasant experience. Very friendly and easy to talk to. The girls in the office are great!.
Very good experience. Dr Geuder and his staff couldn't be nicer..
Excellent experience!!! Would highly recommend this practice!!!.
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