Brattleboro General Surgery

When it comes to choosing a surgeon, confidence is everything.

When you are faced with surgery, it’s natural to be nervous. But rest assured the surgical staff at Brattleboro General Surgery will dispel your fears with knowledge, skill and respect.

It is our goal to provide our patients with state-of-the-art surgical care in a comfortable, caring environment. We believe that our patients should be well informed. Having surgery is a stressful event and we believe that by taking the time to educate you about your condition and about your surgical options, we can lessen some of this stress. You may then proceed confident that you have made the best choice for you.

Our surgeons bring decades of experience and caring to Windham County and the surrounding community. Dr. Gregory R. Gadowski, Dr. Thomas H. Lewis, and Dr. Joseph E. Rosen, perform a wide array of general and specialized surgical services with a dedication to personalized attention and support for patients and their families.



Gregory R. Gadowski, MD

Wound Care Takes A Team Commitment

By Greg Gadowski It’s been an exciting time at BMH since the Green Mountain Care Board approved the establishment of a state of the art wound care center at our hospital. We’ve been doing intensive staff training and working hard to have everything in place when the facility opens its doors next...  View Details »

Gregory R. Gadowski, MD

New Study Links Obesity and Colorectal Cancer

Back in February, just before the start of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston published results of a new study linking obesity and inactivity with an increased risk for a subtype of colorectal cancer known in the medical world as CTNNB1-negative. Such a dis...  View Details »

Gregory R. Gadowski, MD

Men Get Varicose Veins Too!

When people hear about varicose veins they most often think of a disease that affects women. One reason that varicose veins are more prevalent in women is that pregnancy is an additional risk factor for varicose veins. Of the more than 4 million people in the United States with varicose veins, it is...  View Details »

Dr. Thomas H. Lewis

Gallbladder Disease Increasing and Trending Younger

By Thomas H. Lewis About 20 years ago when the laparoscopic procedure was first perfected, there was a big bump in the number of gallbladder removal operations in the United States. It made sense there would be an increase since the new procedure was a lot safer for patients and sped up recovery tim...  View Details »

Joseph Rosen, MD

Breast Disease -The Basics

By Joseph Rosen, MD In the United States, almost 200,000 women each year will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Approximately another 60,000 are diagnosed with non-invasive duct carcinoma in situ. For the 1 in 9 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime, the single bigge...  View Details »

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