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Dr. John Chabot is a specialist in mesothelioma and general surgery, and currently practices as the chief of the GI/Endocrine surgery division of the New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center. Starting his career at Tufts University in 1979, Dr. Chabot completed his medical school in 1983, at Dartmouth College. For his residency, Dr. John Chabot studied at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. After completing his fellowship at the Mary Hitchcock Medical Center, Dr. Chabot practiced as a chief of the thyroid clinic, before accepting his current position. Dr. Chabot is known as an expert in peritoneal mesothelioma, having treated many patients and published several peer-reviewed articles.
Tufts University - 1979
Dartmouth College - 1983
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Mary Hitchcock Medical Center.
American Board of Surgery
Breast cancer in thyroid cancer survivors: An analysis of the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results-9 database.
Kuo, J. H.,Chabot, J. A.,Lee, J. A.; Surgery. 2015 Nov 03.See more >>
Expanding the indications for laparoscopic retroperitoneal adrenalectomy: experience with 81 resections.
Epelboym, I.,Digesu, C. S.,Johnston, M. G.,Chabot, J. A.,Inabnet, W. B.,Allendorf, J. D.,Lee, J. A.; J. Surg. Res.. 2013 Dec 10.See more >>
Predictive factors of malignancy in pediatric thyroid nodules.
Roy R Kouniavsky G Schneider E Allendorf JD Chabot JA Logerfo P Dackiw AP Colombani P Zeiger MA Lee JA; Surgery. 2011 Dec .See more >>
New York Surgical Society
American Association of Endocrine Surgeons
American College of Surgeons
Verified Patient ReviewsRate This Doctor
October 29, 2015
by David A.
“Dr. Chabow was the surgeon that saved my life. Even though he is highly professional he sits at your bedside and treats you as his most important patient. He has a fantastic team of doctors who follow up with the patients daily.”
June 08, 2012
by William C.
“Dr. Chabot was the surgeon that literally saved my life. He is a very good surgeon and a great human being.”
February 11, 2011
by Allan G.
“Besides being a brilliant surgeon, Dr. Chabot is a kind and caring physician. He is the knight in shining armor in the deadly field of pancreatic cancer. I can’t stop saying how brilliant he truly is. ”