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Shin Miyata, MD

Pediatric Surgery, General Surgery, Trauma Surgery

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1465 S. Grand

Dept of Pediatric Surgery

St. Louis, MO 63104

Biography:

Shin Miyata, MD, is a pediatric general surgeon at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. He also serves as an assistant professor of pediatric surgery at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.

Dr. Miyata sees patients up to 18 years old and specializes in minimally invasive surgery, trauma surgery and neonatal surgery. He is certified in PALS specific to pediatric patients.

Dr. Miyata completed medical school at Okayama University School of Medicine in 2003, general surgery residency in Japan and in the United States at University of Maryland Medical Center and completed two surgical fellowships – one in surgical critical care from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and another in pediatric surgery from CHU Sainte-Justine, University of Montreal.

As a pediatric surgeon and father, I strive to coordinate care based on the child’s individual needs and provide the best possible medical and/or surgical treatment utilizing the most up-to-date, evidence-based practice. - Dr. Miyata

Medical School:

Okayama University

Fellowship:

Children's Hospital Los Angeles

CHU Sainte Justine - University of de Montreal

Residency:

Matsuyama Shimin Hospital - Japan

Teine Keijinka Hospital - Japan

University of Maryland Medical Center

Internship:

U.S. Naval Hospital, Okinawa

Providence Hospital Medical Center - Michigan

Certified By:

American Board of Surgery

American Board of Surgery - Pediatric Surgery

American Board of Surgery - Surgical Critical Care

Hospital Affiliations:

DePaul Hospital - St. Louis Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital
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