Ankit Sarin has been appointed chief of the Division of Colorectal Surgical procedure at UC Davis Well being. He may even function vice chair of robotics and new applied sciences, and as affiliate professor throughout the Division of Surgical procedure.
Sarin involves UC Davis from UC San Francisco the place he was an affiliate professor of colorectal surgical procedure. Throughout his tenure there, Sarin held varied roles, together with clinic director of colorectal surgical procedure and director of robotic surgical procedure.
“I’m honored to hitch the Division of Surgical procedure at UC Davis,” Sarin stated. “These are thrilling instances at UC Davis with the beginning of latest applications reminiscent of complicated robotic colorectal surgical procedure and upcoming expansions and medical care.”
I’m honored to hitch the Division of Surgical procedure at UC Davis. These are thrilling instances at UC Davis with the beginning of latest applications reminiscent of complicated robotic colorectal surgical procedure and upcoming expansions with new clinics and hospitals.”
Sarin was drawn to UC Davis by the chance to assist construct the Division of Colorectal Surgical procedure from the bottom up, addressing the numerous want for state-of-the-art colorectal care within the area. Moreover, Sarin said that Diana Farmer, chair of the Division of Surgical procedure, has been a supply of inspiration and performed a key position in his resolution to hitch UC Davis Well being.
“Dr. Sarin is an exceptionally proficient chief and surgeon whose excellence has pushed advances within the area and helped numerous sufferers,” Farmer stated. “We’re thrilled to have him be a part of UC Davis Surgical procedure and lead our colorectal surgical procedure program.”
In his new position, Sarin will oversee the division and make sure the supply of high-quality care to sufferers. He’s dedicated to constructing a multidimensional division with a deal with schooling, analysis, and well being fairness. He’s notably enthusiastic about working with enthusiastic and devoted younger college members who characterize the way forward for surgical procedure.
Sarin began his position on April 1.
Sarin is married to a nephrologist and international well being researcher at Stanford College Medical Heart and has two daughters, ages 7 and 10.