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Charles T Fasanya MD

(718) 226-6398
Primary Specialties
  • Surgical Critical Care
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    Primary Office
    256B Mason Ave
    2nd Floor
    Staten Island, NY 10305
    (718) 226-1247
    Monday – Friday
    9:00AM – 5:00PM

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    Experience & Education

    Other Specialties/Certifications
    Research Interests
    • Critical Care
    • VTE Surveillance
    • Neurotrauma
    • Pancreatic Trauma

    Chandrasekharan S, Fasanya C, Macneil FA. Invasive Lobular Carcinoma of the Male Breast. Do we need to think of Klinefelter’s Syndrome? The Breast Journal 2001 2:176-178.

    Whittaker V, Fasanya C, Pillarisetty S. Rendezvous technique in managing choledocholithiasis. Surgical Endoscopy 2007 21:352-482.
    University College Hospital, Nigeria

    Harlem Hospital Center

    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School/UMDNJ
    2012 Educator of the Year Award Department of Surgery, Staten Island University Hospital

    Physician Bio

    As Associate Director of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Dr. Fasanya cares for some of the hospital’s most critically ill patients. Dr. Fasanya is an expert in the management of complexabdominal wall hernias in addition to the entire breadth of general surgery.

    Dr. Fasanya received his medical degree from University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria. He went on to complete his General Surgery training at Harlem Hospital Center in affiliation with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University. He completed his Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School/UMDNJ. Prior to joining the staff of Staten Island University Hospital, Dr. Fasanya worked as an Attending in Trauma and Surgical Critical Care at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Dr. Fasanya is Board Certified in General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care, and is an accredited ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) course director.

    Areas of Interest

    • Surgical Critical Care
    • Pancreatic Trauma
    • Neurotrauma
    • Complex Ventral Hernias
    • Endoscopy
    • Acute Care Surgery
    • Biliary and Intestinal Surgery
    • Laparoscopic Surgery
    • Elective General Surgery
    • Pilonidal Sinus Disease