Samuel Bundz, M.D. is Board Certified in General, Vascular,
Thoracic Surgeon Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery.
What does this
To be certified by
the American Board of Surgery means that the surgeon has met a
standard in surgery by fulfilling specified educational, evaluation
and examination requirements.
Since 1976, the American
Board of Surgery has issued certificates that are valid for ten
years. Once certified, the surgeon who wishes to maintain certified
status upon expiration of the original certificate must complete
a recertification process which includes a review of credentials
to determine if the surgeon has continued surgical education,
is respected by peers and is active in the practice of surgery.
Successful completion of a written examination completes the recertification
process. Upon satisfactory completion of the recertification process,
the surgeon's certification is extended for another ten years.
The ABS also awards
certification in Pediatric Surgery, Surgery of the Hand, Surgical
Critical Care and Vascular Surgery. Certification in these areas
requires at least one additional year of education, endorsement
by the program director, peer review, and an examination process
similar to initial certification.
To view Dr. Bundz's
resume, please click