SARATOGA SPRINGS — Dr. Sean Boyle, a general surgeon who is fellowship-trained in surgical critical care, has joined Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – General Surgery.
Boyle was raised in the Capital Region and earned his medical degree from Albany Medical College. In 2017, with the affiliation of Albany Med and Saratoga Hospital, he became the first chief resident from the college to complete a surgical rotation at Saratoga Hospital.
In addition to providing surgical training, the rotation introduced Boyle to the advantages of practicing in Saratoga. The experience also offers opportunities for the supervising surgeons. While training future surgeons, Saratoga physicians get an advance look at promising potential colleagues like Boyle.
Two Saratoga Hospital Medical Group general surgeons—Drs. Anthony Cutry and Randall Kimball—have joined the faculty of Albany Medical College and are supervising second-year and chief residents during their rotations at Saratoga Hospital. Boyle will eventually take on this role, as well.
Boyle was in his fifth year during his training at Saratoga Hospital. He followed that with a yearlong fellowship at Albany Med.
Sean Boyle is board certified in surgery and surgical critical care. As a member of Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – General Surgery, he performs procedures at Saratoga Hospital and at Saratoga Surgery Center on the hospital’s Wilton campus. He sees patients at 1 West Ave., Saratoga Springs. To make an appointment, call 518-693-4418. For more information, go to www.saratogahospital.org.