Dr. Pereira Voted “Top Doc” by New Jersey Monthly Magazine 2013

For the fourth year in a row, Dr. Stephen G. Pereira has been voted “Top Doc” by New Jersey Monthly magazine.

Dr. Stephen Pereira specializes in all advanced minimally invasive laparoscopic procedures for the treatment of a wide array of conditions affecting abdominal organs. He is chief of gastrointestinal surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center and is also on staff at the hospital’s John Theurer Cancer Center, applying laparoscopic techniques to gastrointestinal tract cancers. Dr. Pereira, who works with Dr. Adam Rosenstock, was part of a two-surgeon team that performed the first robotic-assisted procedures in the Northeast. “In my more than a decade of experience using this technology, I have seen first-hand the various stages of advancement and improvement in robotic surgery,” he says.

A UMDNJ graduate, Dr. Pereira completed a surgical residency at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago and a minimally invasive surgery fellowship at Hackensack University Medical Center. He has been consistently recognized as a Top Doctor in the New York metropolitan area by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.


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