Andrew Lichter, MD, specializes in all aspects of general surgery with excellent outcomes.
Dr. Lichter is board certified by the American College of Surgery. He has special interests in robotic and minimally invasive surgery, breast cancer, and complex hernia surgery. He also offers advanced surgical options in gallbladder, appendix, stomach, and colon.
Adept under pressure, Dr. Lichter also covers emergency general surgery and trauma surgery throughout the week at Kettering Health Hamilton. He can also be found throughout the week in the clinic or rounding in the hospital. You can connect with Dr. Lichter by calling his office to schedule a consultation.
Dr. Lichter also offers complete breast care services, including high-risk surveillance, in-office ultrasound, and definitive cancer surgery procedures. He is part of the Kettering Health Cancer Care breast surgery panel. As a patient, you will benefit from a multidisciplinary team of physicians that will work together to present and review cases, providing you with the highest quality care.
Dr. Lichter earned his medical degree from the University of Toledo College of Medicine and completed his residency at Wright State University before returning home to practice in Hamilton.
For a consultation, please call (513) 737-3690. Dr. Lichter prioritizes his patients and is proud to be able to see most patients within 24 hours.
- Surgical Director, Kettering Health Hamilton Breast Care
- Assistant Program Director, Trauma
- Instructor, Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma (ASSET)
Scope of Service
* Robotic and minimally invasive surgery
* Breast cancer surgery
* Complex abdominal wall hernias
* Hiatal hernias
* Colon and colon cancer surgeries
* Hemorrhoid and anal fistula repair
* Additional surgical procedures
- 2015: University of Toledo
- Wright State University General Surgery Internship/Residency
- Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
- American Medical Association
- American College of Surgeons
- American Society of Breast Surgeons
- Gold Humanism Society
- Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS)
- Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma (ASSET)
There is no greater calling than to work in the service of others. I strive to put the whole patient, with their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, at the center of every patient interaction.
Andrew M. Lichter, MD