D. Kevin Lurie, MD, FACS

Dr. Lurie completed undergraduate and medical school education at the University of Pennsylvania. After earning his medical degree, Dr. Lurie completed his surgical residency at the University of Pennsylvania and Sinai Hospital of Detroit.

Dr. Lurie is Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery.

Dr. Kevin Lurie worked as a staff surgeon for a large multispecialty group from 1988 to 2005. He received their highest clinical patient care awards, and led clinical research projects until 2005. In 2005, Dr. Lurie founded Lurie Surgical services to offer high quality, compassionate care to local area patients. He serves on the cancer committee at Holy Cross Hospital and actively teaches surgical trainees from George Washington University. Dr. Lurie also sits on the Hospital and Personal Use Devices Advisory Panel at the US FDA.

Professional Associations:

  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS)
  • Charter Member: Vascular Access Society of the Americas

PUBLICATIONS:

1. Gilbert, F., Feder, M., Lurie, D.K., et al: Human Neuroblastomas and Abnormalities in Chromosomes 1 and 17. Cancer Research, 44, 5444-5447, 1984.
2. Lurie, D.K., Spagna, P., Lemole, G., Retrospective Review of 1023 Patients Using Irrigational Hemostatic Solution in Open Heart Operations. Surgical Forum 35, 356-358, 1894.
3.Lurie, D.K., Plzak, L., Deveney, C.W., Intraabdominal Abscess in the 1980ís. Surg. Clin of N.A. 67(3), 6231-631, 1987.
4. Lurie, D.K., Plzak, L., Deveney, C.W. Management of Intraabdominal Abscesses. Infections in Surgery. 477-488, 1988.


5.Deveney, C.W.,Lurie, D.K., Deveney, K.E., Improved Treatment of Intraabdominal Abscess. Arch. Surg. 123,1126-1130, 1988.
6. Lurie, D.K., Webster, D., Saxe, A. W., T-tube Related Morbidity in Common Duct Surgery. Cont. Surg 35, 30-33, 1989.
7. Lurie, D.K., Watch for Diabetic Injury, The Physician and Sportsmedicine 18(3) 1990.
8. Lurie, D.K., Webster, D., et al. Occlusive Vascular Stapling Using a Canine Inferior Vena Cava Model. J. Vasc. Surg. 1990.
9. Lurie, D.K., Case Management Improves Dialysis Access Survival, Hemodialysis 2006 presentation and chapter in Hemodialysis X, May 2006.