In the world of bariatric surgery, the term "fellow" signifies a crucial phase in the career progression of accredited surgeons aiming to specialize in this transformative field. These medical professionals, who have already achieved the status of fully accredited surgeons, opt to pursue additional training and mastery in bariatric surgery through structured and supervised educational programs such as the one we offer.
Stepping into specialization
Bariatric surgery fellows are established surgeons who recognize the profound impact of weight loss procedures on patients' lives. Through their participation in these comprehensive training programs, these skilled practitioners gain specialized knowledge and hands-on experience to become experts in the complexities of bariatric surgery. This phase serves as a bridge between their existing surgical competence and their pursuit of mastery in procedures that offer life-changing results.
Dr. Daniel Moreno
"As a surgeon, my hands wield both skill and empathy, crafting a path to health with
precision and compassion."
Dr. Daniel Moreno is a board-certified general surgeon with specialized training in minimally invasive surgery. He completed his post-graduate training at Tijuana General Hospital. With a passion for providing compassionate care and utilizing the latest advancements in medical technology, Dr. Moreno is dedicated to delivering exceptional surgical outcomes and improving the lives of patients.
Board Certifications and Credentials
- Dr. Moreno is Certified by the Mexican Council of General Surgery (CMCG).
- He holds a General Surgeon Degree from Baja California Autonomous University (UABC).
- He pursued further specialized training in Advanced Bariatric, Minimally Invasive and
- Endoluminal Surgery at IRCAD, Strasbourg, France.
- Dr. Moreno is currently certified by the American Heart Association for providing Advanced
- Cardiovascular Life Support.
Dr. Moreno currently serves as Assistant Professor at The Academy of Surgical Innovation, proctoring medical students from Tijuana's local Universities, imparting his elegant skills into the next generation of surgeons. He has also participated in several conferences at The Academy lecturing in topics such as advanced laparoscopy, quality improvement in bariatric surgery and metabolic nutrition. He is also assistant professor of at the International Institute of Metabolic Medicine, supervising the preparation of registered nurses pursuing further education in surgical nursing.