General Surgery


Paul Hudzik, D.O.

General/Vascular Surgery

Graduate Education Information

  • Fellowship: UMDNJ, Stratford, NJ
  • Residency: UMDNJ, Stratford, NJ
  • Internship: UMDNJ, Stratford, NJ
  • Medical School: UMDNJ, Stratford, NJ

Board Certification Information

  • Certification Board: American Osteopathic Board of Surgery
  • Certification: General Surgery


Daniel Mitchell, M.D.

General Surgery

Graduate Education Information

  • Residency: University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
  • Residency: Wayne State University Health Center, Detroit, MI
  • Internship: Wayne State University Health Center, Detroit, MI
  • Medical School: Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH

Board Certification Information

  • Certification Board: American Board of Surgery
  • Certification: Surgery


Contact Information:

Alliance Community Medical Foundation, LLC
270 E. State St., Suite 120
Alliance, OH 44601
(330) 823-8452
fax: 330-823-8491

Nature of the work

A general surgeon has expertise in the diagnosis and care of patients with diseases and disorders affecting the abdomen, digestive tract, endocrine system, breast, skin, and blood vessels. They are also trained in the care of pediatric and cancer patients and in the treatment of patients who are injured or critically ill. Common problems treated by general surgeons include hernias, breast tumors, gallstones, appendicitis, pancreatitis, bowel obstructions, colon inflammation, and colon cancer. General surgeons increasingly provide care through the use of minimally invasive and endoscopic techniques.

Surgeons can receive training in the following subspecialties: 

  • hand surgery, which requires expertise in the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means, of all structures of the hand and wrist.
  • hospice and palliative medicine, which involves preventing and relieving the suffering experienced by patients with life-limiting illnesses.
  • vascular surgery, which requires expertise in surgical disorders of the blood vessels, excluding the intercranial vessels of the heart.
For more information, please call for a consultation.

*Source: Association of American Medical Colleges,

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