Special focus on
- Bariatric Surgery
- Minimally Invasive Surgery
- M.D., New York University School of Medicine, New York City New York 2009
- General Surgery, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, 2009-2016
- Quality Scholars & Outcomes, VA Medical Center, White River Junction, Vermont, 2012-2014
- Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 2016-2017
Dr. Andrea Stroud joined OHSU and the Division of Bariatric Surgery in 2017 after completing her general surgery residency at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire and a minimally invasive and bariatric surgery fellowship at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Stroud is a skilled surgeon and enjoys helping her patients reach their health goals and achieve a better quality of life through bariatric surgery. Her research has centered around the psychosocial factors associated with quality of life following bariatric surgery and she has a particular interest in the treatment of obesity in adolescents.
4.8 out of 5 (92 Ratings, 20 Comments)
The patient ratings score is an average of all responses to the question "How likely would you be to recommend this provider to your family and friends (on a scale of 0 to 10)" on our nationally-recognized NRC patient surveys.
- Nov 10, 2018
She was very nice and attentive.
- Nov 09, 2018
My side effects from surgery should of been handled better. I was told a few times by the dr they would be back to see me and never happened. No bedside manor
- Oct 28, 2018
My appointment was scheduled for 9:40 AM. I wasn't roomed until after 10:20 AM (the MA was very kind, only nice things to say about her. I think her name was Joann. She normally works in plastics). By the time I saw the doctor, it was approximately 50 minutes after my scheduled appointment time. During the appointment, I asked for a prescription for injectable B12 (it's required to supplement after surgery). She said she would order a kit for B12 - as a pharmacist for OHSU I knew this kit wouldn't be covered by MODA and asked that she order vials of B12, which are covered and more cost effective. She continued as if she hadn't heard me and ordered the kit. Not surprisingly, the item she ordered wasn't covered and I wound up having to ask my PCP to prescribe the covered item in its place. I was very frustrated by the interaction. Her inability to acknowledge informed input from a patient (or perhaps, coworker, in some senses) makes me concerned for patients who aren't as knowledgeable about their insurance coverage/formulary. Perhaps the provider had/has done this to another patient who doesn't have an easily accessable PCP to represcribe the covered medication or who can?t afford the originally prescribed medication. Do they go without? Is their treatment delayed for days or longer because their provider couldn't accept simple feedback?
- Oct 28, 2018
Dr Stroud is amazing. Great bedside manner, very informative and personalizes your visit
- Oct 07, 2018
Dr. Straud was very nice and easy to discuss my medical history with.
- Oct 06, 2018
Dr. Stroud is fantastic. Wonderful listening.
- Sep 29, 2018
I was nervous but she really made me feel better and reassured me, that what I?m about to do is a life change and I?m ready!
- Sep 22, 2018
She was very patient and answered all my questions with out me feeling like I was being rushed. Everything was explained very clearly.
- Sep 16, 2018
Dr stroud was very helpful and informative. She answered all my questions and made sure I understood everything. She was very nice.
- Sep 15, 2018
Dr Straud is just a genuine person.