Larry H. Stevens, MD
Professor of Clinical Surgery
A native of Indiana who is proud to be called a Hoosier, Dr. Stevens received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Indiana University in 1980 and his M.D. from the IU School of Medicine in 1984 where he received the Marcus Ravdin award for highest academic performance. Following completion of his general surgery residency at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis he undertook an abdominal transplant surgery fellowship at the University of Chicago. Fortuitously, laparoscopy was just coming to the fore as Dr. Stevens completed his fellowship. He subsequently pursued the development of advanced laparoscopic abdominal surgery as the primary focus of his clinical practice. Dr. Stevens continues to actively practice laparoscopic surgery while also serving as the Medical Director of Perioperative Services at Methodist Hospital and the Medical Director of Quality for IU Health Physicians. He has also been named to the IU Health Board of Directors. Learn more about Dr. Stevens' clinical expertise below:
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The use of team training and cultural improvement efforts to improve outcomes, safety, and employee satisfaction.
Dr. Stevens has been active with St. Luke's Methodist Hospital and Timmy Global Health's mission to Haiti.