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Randall Beech, MD FACS

General Surgery


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Kingman Surgical Services
760 West D Avenue
Kingman, KS 67068


University of Kansas School of Medicine

Residency: Surgery University of Kansas School of Medicine on the Wichita campus at Via Christi St. Francis


Trauma and Burns at Valley Medical Center (UCSF)

Fellow of American College of Surgeons


American Board of Surgery


Randall Beech, M.D., FACS has practiced in the Kingman community for over 14 years. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery, and is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons.

A graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine, he completed his 5-year surgery training at the University of Kansas School of Medicine on the Wichita campus at Via Christi St. Francis. He completed a certified one-year Fellowship in Trauma and Burns at Valley Medical Center, affiliated with the University of California-San Francisco (UCSF branch), in Fresno, California at their Level One Trauma Center.

During his career, Dr. Beech has acquired specialized training in minimally invasive surgery, endoscopy and laser varicose vein surgery.

Surgical procedures available at Kingman Community Hospital:

Skin, Soft Tissue
Excision of benign lesions (i.e. lipomas, cysts, keratoses)
Excision of malignant tumors (i.e. skin cancer, melanoma)
Fullthickness skin graft, split thickness
skin grafting

Head and Neck Surgery
Lymph node excision or needle BX
Salivary gland excision or needle BX
Thyroid needle biopsy

Minimally invasive biopsy (needle, mammotome core biopsy)
Modified radical mastectomy
Simple mastectomy
Lymph node biopsy, nodal dissection
with breast procedure

Drainage of fluid collections (Thoracentesis)
Longterm drainage (Pleurex catheter)
Chest tube placement

Upper endoscopy (EGD
Lower endoscopy
(Colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy)
Cystoscopy (bladder)
Hysteroscopy (uterus)

General Surgery
Open Procedures
Lysis of adhesions
Small or large bowel resections
Stomach (Gastric) surgery
Gallbladder, biliary surgery (open)
Hysterectomy (open)
Partial or complete ovarian removal,
cyst removal
Tubal pregnancy
Liver biopsy, wedge biopsy
Enteral or gastros feeding tube placement

Hernia Surgery (open, laparoscopic)
Inguinal hernia
Femoral hernia
Ventral hernia
Umbilical hernia
Spegalian hernia
Epigastric hernia

Incontinence Surgery
TVT suburethral suspension
Cystocele repair

Minimally Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopy)
Diagnostic laparoscopy
Lysis of adhesions
Laparoscopy assisted colon resection
Liver biopsy, wedge biopsy-lap assisted

Minimally Invasive GYN Surgery
Hysteroscopy, Diagnostic
Dilatation/Curettage (D & C)
Uterine Ablation (For excess bleeding)
Total laparoscopic hysterectomy
Laparos-assisted tubal ligation
Laparos-assisted partial ovarian cystectomy
Laparos-assisted tubal pregnancy
Lararos-assisted ovarian removal (Oophorectomy)

Perianal Surgery
Fistula with abscess
Perirectal, perineal, scrotal abscess

Venous Access Surgery
For IV Therapy
Triple lumen central venous lines
Hickman catheter
Portacath catheter

Varicose Vein Therapy
Endovenous laser therapy
Selective ligation, vein stripping

Wound Management and Therapy
Ulcer, venous stasis, non-healing wound,
decubitus debridement


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