Dr. Vladimir Neychev is a board-certified general surgeon and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He has extensive experience in general surgery and advanced minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery techniques and methods. He is fellowship trained in endocrine surgery at the National Cancer Institute, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Neychev is passionate and committed to delivering the highest-quality of care and most beneficial surgical management of the entire spectrum of general surgery conditions.
His areas of interest include:
- Thyroid surgery
- Parathyroid surgery
- Gallbladder surgery (laparoscopic and open cholecystectomy)
- Hernia repair (laparoscopic and open)
- inguinal, umbilical, incisional, and hiatal hernias
- Surgery of the gastrointestinal tract (laparoscopic and open)
- anti-reflux surgery
- benign and malignant gastric tumors
- benign and malignant neuroendocrine tumors
- Small bowel surgery for benign and malignant conditions
- Colon, and rectum surgery
- benign and malignant tumors including colorectal cancer and diverticulitis
- Surgery of the anal canal
- hemorrhoid disease, fissures, and fistulas
- Surgery for benign and malignant tumors of the adrenal glands (open and laparoscopic)
- Breast surgery for benign lesions and breast cancer
Dr. Neychev received his M.D. degree and Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the Medical University in Sofia, Bulgaria. He also completed a fellowship in neurology/neurosurgery at John Hopkins University, and a two-year clinical and research fellowship in endocrine surgical oncology at the NIH/NCI in Bethesda, MD.
He completed his first residency training in general surgery at the Institute of Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care “I. Pirogov” in Sofia, Bulgaria, as well as general surgery residency at both John Hopkins Hospital and Danbury Hospital, CT affiliated with the University of Vermont College of Medicine.
Dr. Neychev is a highly trained, motivated surgeon with a passion for general surgery, biochemistry, education, and research. He has been teaching biochemistry since 2003 and surgery since 2015 at Medical University of Sofia, and now the UCF College of Medicine. What he enjoys most about his job as a surgeon is the ability to provide an immediate relief and instantaneous therapeutic results to his patients.
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