Michelle Aliprantis, MBA
Regional Director of Business Development, Marketing and Communications
Troy Kerner, DO, Joins Lower Bucks Hospital
Bristol, PA (March 2,2020) – Troy Kerner, DO, a board-certified general
surgeon, has joined Lower Bucks Hospital’s BMC Medical Group. He
most recently was President/Owner of Advanced General Surgical Associates,
P.C. in Langhorne.
Dr. Kerner has more than 20 years of general surgery experience. He has
advanced training in robotic laparoscopic surgery, advanced laparoscopic
surgery, general surgery and endoscopy/intraoperative colonoscopy/PEG.
He has been affiliated with Lower Bucks Hospital since 2016.
“As a general surgeon, I have the opportunity to treat patients with
various medical conditions that require surgery,” said Dr. Kerner,
who has received numerous awards and has been published in top journals.
“I have been practicing in the Bucks County area for more than 20
years, and I look forward to becoming a member of the medical staff of
a well-established hospital as Lower Bucks.”
Dr. Kerner received his medical degree and completed an internship and
general surgery residency from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic
Medicine. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association and the
American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.
“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Kerner to our medical staff and to
Lower Bucks Hospital’s BMC Medical Group. His addition to our team
means that our community now has local, convenient access to an experienced
general surgeon trained in the latest techniques,” says Dr. Ronak
Bhimani, CMO of Lower Bucks Hospital.
Dr. Kerner is currently accepting new patients at BMC Medical Group, 2nd floor, 501 Bath Road, Bristol, PA 19007. For more information or to schedule
an appointment, please call 215-891-1430.
About Lower Bucks Hospital:
Lower Bucks Hospital is a community hospital, serving the Lower Bucks County
region with medical, surgical, and emergency care. Located in historic
Bristol, Pennsylvania, the Hospital is well-known for its knowledgeable
medical staff, including cardiology, orthopedics, sports medicine, radiology,
and general surgery. A residency program affiliated with The Philadelphia
College of Osteopathic Medicine is well known for internal and family
medicine. The hospital has more than 200 physicians on staff, as well
as another 700 employees. As part of Prime Healthcare Services, headquartered
in Ontario, California, Lower Bucks Hospital is focused on becoming one
of the leaders in technology. Prime Healthcare is an award-winning hospital
management company operating 45 acute care hospitals in 14 states, including
Roxborough Memorial Hospital in Philadelphia and Suburban Community Hospital
in Montgomery County.