Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery
Welcome to the practice of Dr. Marc Zaré. We specialize in minimally invasive surgery and believe that modern surgery should be innovative, non-invasive, and patient-centered. Our mission is to provide every patient compassionate surgical care based on sound scientific evidence. We strive to ensure that the surgical experience of every patient is unique and meaningful.
With over 14 years of experience in clinical practice and having performed over 5000 advanced laparoscopic procedures, Dr. Zaré is recognized for his surgical skills and clinical expertise. He received his surgical training at Georgetown University, Washington, DC and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, institutions renowned for their rich surgical tradition and cutting edge innovation. He has authored several peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, has been an invited speaker at many national surgical meetings, and has received numerous awards and distinctions for his dedication to high quality patient care. Dr. Zaré is committed to providing patients in San Jose and the San Francisco Bay area the latest treatments in minimally invasive gall bladder surgery.
Award Winning Practice
In recognition of our superior performance in clinical care, our practice has received all major designations of excellence in healthcare. Healthgrades, the leading independent healthcare rating agency, awarded our practice 5-star 'best-performer' rating in 2011 for our low complication rates. Aetna® healthcare has designated us the Aexcel® status for our superior performance and efficiency. Similarly, Cigna® healthcare awarded us their highest 3-Star rating for compliance with established clinical outcomes criteria. And most importantly, our patients have voted us the Patient Choice Award every year since 2009.
Our award-winning practice provides state-of-the-art treatments in a personalized setting. With minimally invasive surgery, surgery for removal of gall bladder is performed using very small incisions, thereby reducing complication rates, minimizing discomfort, and shortening recovery times.