Dr. Geoffrey Douglas, MD, is currently a Staff General Surgeon assigned to the Trauma Service at UMC Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Douglas attended the Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Prior to his time at Brown, Dr. Douglas attended a joint medical program between Dartmouth and Brown and received his undergraduate degree from Vassar College with a double major in biochemistry and Hispanic studies. Dr. Douglas has experience as a general surgeon assigned to a U.S. Air Force military base in both South Korea and in Las Vegas at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center on the Nellis Air Force Base. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery and has active medical licenses in California, Florida, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Dr. Douglas has published a plethora of publications and academic papers including: “Traumatic Intraparenchymal Pseudoaneurysm on Initial Imaging Predicts Injury Progression in Patients with Nonoperative Major Blunt Liver Injury” and “A Pilot Study of the Use of Kaolin-Impregnated Gauze (Combat Gauze) for Packing High-Grade Hepatic Injuries in a Hypothermic Coagulopathic Swine Model.”