Chasen Croft, MD

Chasen Croft, MD, FACS

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Biography

Dr. Croft, an associate professor of surgery, has clinical interests in trauma surgery, surgical critical care, and the management of sepsis. In addition, he participates in translational research in surgical infections, specifically MRSA infections in trauma patients and sepsis.

He completed his general surgery training and critical care fellowship at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

In 2009 he was the Gold Medal Forum Winner at the Southeastern Surgical Congress and in 2007 earned the Robert Coddington Research Award in the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Resident Research Paper Competition.

Education

Fellowship - Surgical Critical Care
University of Tennessee
2011

Residency - Surgery
University of Tennessee
2010

Internship - Surgery
University of Tennessee
2004

Medical Doctor
University of Texas
2003

Bachelor of Science
Southern Methodist University
1999

Board Certification

  • Surgery - American Board of Surgery

Honors and Awards

Resident Research Gold Medal Forum Winner
Southeastern Surgical Congress
2009

Resident Research Paper Competition Robert Coddington Research Award
University of Tennessee College of Medicine
2007