Scott Laker, MD, FACS

Scott Laker, MD, FACS

Dr. Scott Laker is a board certified General Surgeon and has additional post-residency training in advanced laparoscopic techniques and bariatric surgery. He is an accredited Fellow in the American College of Surgeons and a member of many surgical societies including the Americas Hernia Society.

Dr. Laker graduated medical school from Boston University School of Medicine with acceptance into AOA (Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society), a recognition only given to students in the top 10% of medical students across the nation. He trained in General Surgery at New York University and spent a significant amount of time at world renowned, Bellevue Hospital. An additional fellowship in robotics, advanced laparoscopy and minimally invasive bariatric surgery was completed at Hackensack University Medical Center. Despite his education and training on the east coast, Dr. Laker was born and raised in metro Detroit.

Dr. Laker’s interests are in minimally invasive surgery of the abdomen.  He performs a wide variety of procedures related to the abdomen. His passion is hernia surgery.

“The relationship between form and function has always been evident to me through hernias. When form is disrupted so is function and the opposite is also true. There are few conditions that lend itself to such a dramatic and immediate improvement in one’s overall appearance and sense of well-being than the surgical repair of a complex hernia. The strategies for repair require a deep understanding of anatomy and lends itself to elegant solutions. Nothing challenges me more and nothing I do in surgery gives me greater pleasure.”

Dr. Laker recognizes the importance of a collaborative effort for complex medical/surgical issues and works together with a number of specialists to ensure the best and most appropriate management of his patients.


Education & Training


University of Wisconsin-Madison (1989-1993)

Bachelors of Science

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