Dr. Sergio Mascareño

Dr. Sergio Pablo Mascareño, MD, has an extensive experience and medical trajectory worth knowing. He is a Fellow Member of the American College of Surgeons (FACS), has a degree in surgery from the Medical Faculty of the prestigious university in Mexico City, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (UNAM) with medical specialty in General Surgery by the Division of Superior Studies (UNAM, 1983), certified by the Mexican Council of General Surgery. Over 35 years of experience in general surgery, breast surgery and laparoscopic surgery and 4 years expertise in locally advanced breast cancer.

He is director and instructor in the medical course known as “Vital Support for Traumatized Patient” (ATLS), American College of Surgeons. Professor in postgraduate course of General Surgery at the Tijuana’s General Hospital and professor in the Medical Faculty at Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC Tijuana Campus).

Professor and assistant in diverse national and international medical cancer summits and congresses, his most recent participation was at the 5th Annual Cleveland Breast Cancer Summit: Collaborating for A Cure program.

Memberships and Accreditations:

  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (1997)
  • Surgeon at Tijuana General Hospital (1983-2013)
  • Director of the Tijuana Mexican Red Cross Hospital (1989-1991)
  • Head of surgeons at the Tijuana General Hospital (1989-1991)
  • Active associate of the Mexican Medical Association and Trauma Surgery (1990)
  • Has a certification from the General Surgery Mexican Council (1994)
  • Member of the Trauma Pan-American Society (1994)
  • Active member of the Mexican Laparoscopic Surgical Association (1995)
  • Active associate of the General Surgery Mexican Association (1995)
  • Active associate and founder of the Tijuana General Surgeons College (1985)
  • Member of the Latin America Federation of Surgery (2001)

At present he practices medicine at Hospital Angeles Tijuana, since 2004.

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