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Angad S. Pordal, MD

Specialties
General Surgery

Meet the Provider

General surgery allows me to use my hands and skills to definitively fix patient's ailments. The procedures that I perform often completely remove the pain and illness that affect my patients.
Dr. Pordal completed his General Surgery Residency though Michigan State University College of Human Medicine at Ascension Providence Hospital where he became the Academic Chief Resident. Dr. Pordal feels his dual passion for teaching and medicine helps him educate his patients to best understand their medical situation. He believes compassionate, personalized care leads to the best outcomes. Dr. Pordal takes time to understand the questions and concerns of his patients, allowing him to tailor the situation to each individual. In his spare time, he enjoys being outdoors, hiking, trying new foods, and spending time with his wife and their cat, Tony Randal.
Gender
Male
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Credentials

Recognitions
Ascension Providence Hospital: Resident Teacher of the Year, 2022
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Academic Chief Resident: Ascension Providence Hospital General Surgery Program, 2021-2022
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President of Michigan Resident Chapter: American Association of Physician of Indian Origin, 2019
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Surgical Representative Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee: Ascension Providence Hospital, 2021
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Education & Training
Medical School
Northeastern Ohio Univ. College of Med.
2017
Residency
Ascension Providence Hospital, Southfield Campus
2022

Publications

Pordal A, Guerra JD, Patil S, Jacobs MJ. Laparoscopic Converted to Open Cholecystectomy Compared to Robotic Cholecystectomy, Biomarker Insights 2016:11 1?6 doi: 10.4137/Bmi.s31633.
Sidell D, Ward JA, Pordal A, Quimby C, Nassar M, Choo DI. Combination Therapies using an Intratympanic Polymer Gel Delivery System in the Guinea Pig Animal Model: A safety study. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2016;84:132-6.
Kuwajerwala N, Pordal A. A 68-Year-Old Woman With Weight Loss and Abdominal Pain. Medscape Case Challenges.