Mark J. Niederee, MD, FACS General Surgeon

Mark J. Niederee, MD, FACS

Surgeons work long hours and we’re called in late at night, and it can be a very tiring profession. So, I think you really have to feel a calling that you’re ready to give more of yourself. And that sacrifice doesn’t just involve you as the surgeon, but it involves your whole family. Given all that a hundred times over, I’d still choose medicine.

Medical Education

  • Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine – University of Kansas School of Medicine; Wichita, Kansas; 7/93 - 6/97
  • Residency: Family Practice – University of Kansas School of Medicine, Via Christi Campus; Wichita, Kansas; 7/97 - 6/98
  • Residency: General Surgery – University of Kansas School of Medicine; Wichita, Kansas; 7/98 - 6/03

Board Certification

  • American Board of Surgery; 2004 - present

Current Teaching Appointments

  • Clinical Assistant Professor: Department of Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine; Wichita, Kansas; 1983 - present

Professional Societies

  • Fellow. America College of Surgeons
  • Kansas Medical Society
  • Medical Society of Sedgwick County
  • American College of Surgeons, Kansas Chapter