Raman Babayeuski, MD, has recently joined the Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) Medical Group as a general surgeon.
Dr. Babayeuski earned his medical degree from the Belarusian State Medical University in Belarus. He completed his residency training in general surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas.
He has five years of experience as a surgeon in Belarus. His special interests include minimally invasive abdominal surgery, robotic surgery, vascular surgery, trauma surgery, endocrine surgery (including surgery involving adrenal, thyroid and parathyroid glands) and surgery for breast cancer patients.
While his mother was a psychiatrist, Dr. Babayeuski actually credits his interest in science and health classes in school as to what led him on the path to become a physician.
The number of different health services available at PCRMC is one of the reasons he chose to practice here. “It’s a big hospital and a busy place,” he says of PCRMC.
As a general surgeon, Dr. Babayeuski says he likes to be able to cure diseases through operations and help his patients live better lives. One of the best health tips he would give his patients is encouraging them to eat healthy and exercise regularly. “A healthy body leads to a healthy spirit,” he says.
Dr. Babayeuski joins fellow PCRMC General Surgeons Matthew Bond, DO; Dana Voight, MD; LeRoy Wombold; DO; and Allison Rowden, PA.
To learn more about Dr. Babayeuski, or any of PCRMC’s general surgeons, please visit pcrmc.com.