General Surgeons perform a variety of surgeries that include hernias, colonoscopies, surgery of the abdomen and breast, and intestinal obstructions. Treatment includes pre- and post-operative visits as well as follow-up care.
American Board of Surgery
Baylor Univeristy Medical Center
May 21, 2012 "Simply put he saved my life. his service and care after the procedure was more like he was taking care of family instead of a stranger.I now know why because after doing business with him for the entire year he is now my friend. Thanks Scott and God bless." - PatientFebruary 19, 2012 "Very helpful! I would recommend Him! He didn't do my surgery but in the process of finding out with what was wrong with me him and his staff were very helpful and respectful!"- PatientJune 23, 2010 "A dedicated doctor, a dear man. He is honest and clear spoken when he explains what he intends to do medically. He is caring but not sentimental. He shows great courtesy to his patients. He is I think a very good surgeon." - PatientMarch 22, 2010 "I went in to see Dr. Walker while having a gallbladder attack. He was very prompt and courteous. He immediately addressed the problems at hand and gave me the options. We decided on immediate hospitalization with removal the next day. He was great about answering questions and explaining the procedure. I would definitely recommend this doctor to anyone."- PatientDec. 20, 2007 "I went to Dr. Walker for a breast lump. He was very courteous and professional and never made me feel self-conscious through the numerous exams and biopsies. He took time to listen to my concerns and discussed my options with me. He never tried to force his opinion on me, but gave me clear, understandable information, and then respected the decisions I made. The only drawback is that you may have to wait awhile in his office as he is very busy, but it's worth the wait for the level of care you get." - Patient
MDSave is a service for patients electing to pay cash for procedures. Procedure purchases must be made prior to receiving care. You can use HSA, FSA, or HRA funds to pay for your procedure. You may be able to apply payment to your deductible, however eligibility is determined by your insurance provider and depends on your plan. You can access your MDsave purchase history at any time to support your submission.
Low monthly financing plans are available if you need assistance paying for care through patient financing.