Dr. Matthew Severidt | General Surgery | Surgeons in Iowa

Mathew Severidt D.O.

Contact Information
122 Fourth Avenue
Grinnell, IA 50112
641-236-4323 (Work)
866-613-4323 (Toll Free)
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Surgery
Bariatrics
General Surgery
Residency: Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines
Board Certification: American Osteopathic Board of Surgery
 
Additional Accreditations

Board Certified General and Bariatric Surgeon

Associate Fellow - American College of Surgeons

Medical Director - Grinnell Bariatrics

Co-director - Grinnell Institute for Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery

Chairman - Department of Surgery, Grinnell Regional Medical Center

Professional & Personal Information

Dr. Severidt joined Surgical Associates in 2012. A native Iowan, he completed his residency in General Surgery at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines, with an emphasis on advanced laparoscopy and bariatric care. Dr. Severidt received extensive training in all areas of general surgery and provides expert care for diseases of the stomach, intestine, biliary system, pancreas, and breast. He maintains a special interest in robotics and advanced laparoscopic surgery, allowing him to offer patients a minimally invasive solution to complex surgical problems. 

 Dr. Severidt remains active in clinical research and has co-authored multiple publications and presentations. Areas of interest include care of the bariatric patient, as well as the design and implementation of surgical quality improvement projects.

Professional Societies

American College of Surgeons

American College of Osteopathic Surgeons

American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery

International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders

Publications

Severidt, M.W., Kuiper, N.J., Coster, D.D., (2015) Treatment of the dilated gastrojejunostomy using a collagen biomatrix. Bariatric Times, 12(4): 20-22.

Coster, D.D., Sundberg, S.M., Kermode, D.S., Beitzel, D.T., Noun, S.H., Severidt, M.W. (2008) Small bowel obstruction due to antegrade and retrograde intussusception after gastric bypass: three case reports in two patients, literature review, and recommendations for diagnosis and treatment. Surgery for Obesity and Related Disease, 4(1):69-72.

Chronwell, B.M., Davis, T.D., Severidt, M.W., Wolfe, S.W., McCarson, K.E., Beatty, D.M., Low, M.J., Morris, S.J., and Enna, S.J. (2001) Constitutive expression of functional GABAb receptors in mIL-tsa58 cells requires both GABAb1 and GABAb2 genes. Journal of Neurochemistry 77: 1237-1247.

Bertrand, S., Ng, G.Y.K., Purisai, M., Wolfe, S.E., Severidt, M.W., Nouel, D., Robitaille, R., Low, M.J., O'Neill, G.P., Metters, K., Lacaille, Jl, Chronwell, B.M., Morris, S.J., (2001) The anti-convulsant, anti-hyperalgesic agent gabapentin is an agonist at brain y-aminobutyric acid type B receptors negatively coupled to voltage-dependent calcium channels, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 298:15-24.

Contact Information
122 Fourth Avenue
Grinnell, IA 50112
641-236-4323 (Work)
866-613-4323 (Toll Free)
vCard
Surgery
Bariatrics
General Surgery
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