Dr. Alan Garber is a critical care surgeon practicing in Bangor, ME. Dr. Garber specializes in the needs of critically ill surgical patients. Critical care surgeons are experts in treating physiologic responses to tissue injury from trauma, burns, infections, acute inflammation, operation and more. They are also trained to know how such injuries interact with other diseases that a patient may have. As a critical care surgeon, Dr. Garber has a broad knowledge base and full understanding of the biology of the critically ill patient and the patients organ system functions.
Education and Training
State University of New York Downstate College of Medicine MD
SUNY Downstate Medical Center College Of Medicine 1982
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