Dr. Steven Tsoraides receives 2018 Rock Doc Award

Congratulations to Dr. Steven Tsoraides for being chosen to receive the 2018 Rock Doc Award presented by the Illinois CancerCare Foundation. He will be recognized at the 9th annual CUREageous event on November 9th.

He was nominated by his fellow partners and team because of his compassion, dedication to moving patient care forward through research and the amazing care he provides our patients.

New Weight Loss Procedure being offered – Obalon® Balloon System

Peoria Surgical Group, LTD. is excited to announce we now offer brand new technology in the never-ending quest for weight loss. This may just be the magic pill you’ve been looking for, literally! This system is convenient with no down-time, non-surgical, and proven to jump start your long-term results. Don’t WEIGHT, call now for your consultation!

New Chief Operating Officer of Peoria Surgical Group

Mike Higgins, MBA was asked to serve as new Chief Operating Officer of Peoria Surgical Group, Ltd. on August 7, 2017 by the PSG Shareholders.

Mike Higgins was asked to serve as our new Chief Operating Officer, effective August 7, 2017. Mike joined the PSG Specialty Division this past January after spending several years in executive positions at OSF Saint Francis/Children’s Hospital of Illinois;

Dr. Andy Chiou Re-Elected President And CEO Of Peoria Surgical Group, Ltd.

Peoria Surgical Group, Ltd (PSG) today announced that Andy C. Chiou, MD, MPH, RVT, RPVI, FACS has been unanimously re-elected President and CEO by the PSG Shareholders.

“Andy has superbly guided and provided outstanding leadership for our group over that last two years, navigating an incredibly complex and challenging medical environment,” stated Eric T.

“Understanding Colorectal Cancer” By Steven Tsoraides, MD

It’s the third most common cancer in the United States, affecting 1.3 million individuals across the globe each year, and the fourth most common cause of cancer death. In the U.S., 150,000 new cases will be diagnosed annually, and approximately one-fourth of adults older than age 50 will have at least one colorectal polyp, a precursor to cancer.