Dr. Skeehan was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He completed his undergraduate training at the University of Utah. His medical school training was completed at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine now A.T. Still University. He completed his residency in the Michigan State System at Mt Clemens Hospital, now Mclaren Macomb Hospital.
He has been practicing in the greater Sacramento Area for more than 10 years. He treats all manner of surgical diseases from breast, thyroid and colon cancer to endoscopy, hernias and gallbladders. He has been trained in, and has a special interest in, minimally invasive surgery, specifically laparoscopic and robotic surgery.
Dr. Skeehan believes strongly that his role as a physician is to help educate each patient regarding their medical/surgical issues. Allowing each patient to understand their condition and make treatment decisions best suited to their individual needs.
All of the surgeons at Sierra Pacific Surgical are board certified/eligible surgeons determined to provide each patient with a treatment plan that is individualized. Our goal is to help educate each patient regarding their condition and provide the best treatment options: open/traditional surgery, minimally invasive surgery, or even in some cases observation with close follow up. Please call today to discuss your surgical issues with one of Sierra Pacific Surgical's surgeons.
Dr Robertson completed his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Brigham Young University (2010) and completed medical school at Midwestern University (2014). He completed his General Surgery residency at McLaren Macomb Hospital in Mount Clemens, MI.
Dr. Robertson has trained in robotics, breast surgery, colorectal surgery, thyroid surgery and endoscopy, in addition to other general surgical procedures. He has a particular interest in hernias with an emphasis in complex hernias requiring abdominal wall reconstruction.
Dr. Robertson strongly believes that each patient is an individual and the treatment (surgical or nonsurgical) needs to be tailored to that patient and their specific needs. When it comes to complex diseases Dr. Robertson believes a multidisciplinary approach allows for the best patient outcomes.
Dr. Chen was born and raised in Southern California and completed his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley. He went to medical school at Saint Louis University in Missouri and completed his general surgery training at the University of Louisville in Kentucky.
Dr. Chen has training in both traditional open and minimally invasive surgery cases. He treats disease ranging from breast and colon cancer, to gallbladder disease, hernias, and anorectal disorders.
Dr. Chen’s training has prepared him to take care of a wide range of surgical issues and provide personalized care for every patient. It has always been Dr. Chen’s goal to be a broad-based General Surgeon serving a community close to home. He is excited to join the Folsom community in General Surgery.