Stavros Christoudias, M.D., FACS, Farshad Mansouri, M.D., FACS, Peter Marta, D.O.
Heritage Surgical Group
741 Teaneck Rd., Suite B, Teaneck, NJ 07666
261 Old Hook Rd., Westwood, NJ 07675
9 Post Rd., M-7, Oakland, NJ 07436
201.833.2888 • heritagesurgicalgroup.com
One of the few remaining independent medical groups in New Jersey, Heritage Surgical Group was established by Dr. Stavros Christoudias and Dr. Farshad Mansouri to honor and uphold the highest standards in medical care taught to them by their respective fathers, both dedicated surgeons. “We answer to our patients first, not to a corporation,” says Dr. Christoudias, who adds that Heritage’s mission is to keep the practice of medicine separate from big business. “Our patients never doubt that they’re our only priority.”
Heritage Surgical Group diagnoses, treats and manages patients with a broad spectrum of surgical conditions with health and safety as their driving force. With over 25 years of combined experience practicing medicine, their board-certified Top Doctors perform surgeries involving complex abdominal reconstruction procedures, hernia, gallbladder and appendix removal, and skin and soft tissue masses. Dr. Mansouri has additional training in colon and rectal surgery. The group is at the forefront of advanced technologies including robotic assisted surgery for hernias, gallbladders and colorectal surgeries.
Drs. Christoudias, Mansouri, Marta and Radvinsky are considered four of the region’s most highly respected general surgeons and share a similar philosophy in treating patients and family members with sensitivity and empathy while nurturing their well-being. It is this dedication to patient care that guided the physicians and staff of Heritage Surgical Group to remain open and available throughout the COVID-19 pandemic this past year for regularly scheduled in-person appointments and hospital visits. Their doors remained open to welcome every patient and attend to their needs for business as usual.
The surgeons are affiliated with The Valley Hospital, Holy Name Medical Center, Pascack Valley Medical Center and Chilton Medical Center; smaller hospitals with shared philosophies of performing the greatest good for the people who need them the most. “At Heritage, patients are not just a number or a face, but real human beings,” says Dr. Christoudias. The surgeons look forward to a future of carrying on the time-honored doctor-patient practices of the past.