Matthew Bailey, , FACS

  • Location: Lexington Clinic South Broadway
  • Address: 1221 South Broadway, Lexington, KY 40504
  • Phone: (859) 258-4271

TRAINING

FELLOWSHIP: Colon and Rectal Surgery, Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2015
RESIDENCY: General Surgery, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 2014
MD: University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama, 2009
BSN: University of North Alabama, Florence, Alabama, 2001
LEXINGTON CLINIC AFFILIATION: July 2015

SERVICES
Dr. Bailey is board-certified in both general surgery and colon and rectal surgery. He provides colorectal surgical services including advanced laparoscopy for colon cancer, rectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, treatment of hemorrhoids, anal fistulas, anal fissures, ostomy complications, fecal incontinence and screening colonoscopy, as well as general surgical services including advanced laparoscopy, hernia surgery, gallbladder surgery and EGD, breast surgical services,. from diagnostic to consultative and surgical services, and oncologic surgical services including skin cancer.

Dr. Bailey’s professional interests include minimally invasive surgery for colon cancer, rectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, gastric reflux surgery including nissen fundoplication, da Vinci robotic surgery, treatment of fecal incontinence including sacral nerve stimulation (InterStim), transanal minimally invasive surgery (TAMIS), treatment of hemorrhoids, anal fistulas and anal fissures, colonoscopy, hernias, clinical outcomes research, patient education, multimodal postoperative analgesia and enhanced recovery pathways.

Dr. Bailey can be reached at (859) 258-4271.

 

 
Publications/Articles

Current State of Colorectal Surgery Training: A Survey of Program Directors, Current and Recently Matched Colorectal Residents, and Recent Colorectal Graduates Bailey, Matthew B.; Miller, Peter E.; Pawlak, Stephanie E.; Thomas, Michael S.; Beck, David E.; Vargas, H. David; Whitlow, Charles B.; Margolin, David A

Ask the Physician, "Is there something I can do to reduce the number of bowel accidents I am having?" by Matthew Bailey, MD, Lexington Clinic Colorectal Surgeon


Informational Videos
 
Click on the video below to view Dr. Matthew Bailey,  as he talks with Matt Groves about Colon Cancer.
Lexington Clinic Colorectal Surgery, Matthew Bailey, MD, Dr. Bailey, Colorectal Cancer