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Dr. McBride is a full service general surgeon in New Hartford, New York who works with the latest technology to provide his patients with the most comprehensive care for diagnosis and treatment. His years of training and experience in the field is coupled with compassionate, individualized care, to perform a wide range of specialized surgical treatments.
“I want my patients to understand not only what I will be doing but why and how I will be doing it because I feel that leads to the best patient outcomes.
Dr. McBride strongly believes in always knowing not just what to do but why. This is the driving force behind how he plans care for his patients. It inspires him to find what he can do to alleviate suffering using science and technology. During Dr. McBride’s undergraduate time at the University of Richmond, he spent a great deal of time researching the history of medicine and surgery not only because it was interesting but because he felt it was important.
Inflammation when pus fills the appendix causing pain. Appendicitis usually begins with pain near the belly button and moves to the right side. Symptoms can include: nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, fever, and chills.
Inguinal, Ventral, Umbilical, & Other Types of Hernia. Hernias are tears in the muscles or tissues that allow part of your insides to bulge out. Certain activities can worsen the condition.
Biliary Dyskinesia, Gallstones, etc. The Gallbladder is located under the live. Gallbladder disease includes infection, inflammation, blockage or stones that block the gallbladder.
A narrowing of the large arteries on either side of the neck.
Dr. McBride is also skilled in a variety of additional treatments. Please call the office to discuss your needs and book your appointment.
General Surgery Residency from Easton Hospital
Additional training as a Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellow at Virginia Commonwealth University
Medical Degree from St. George’s University Medical School
Most of the time patients are referred to general surgeons to perform a specific surgical procedure but general surgeons can also provide nonoperative treatments, in addition to managing preoperative and postoperative services.
General surgeons can address conditions related to the Vascular System, Endocrine System, Breast Care, Alimentary Tract, Abdominal issues and more.
Please contact our office to find out more and schedule an appointment.