Seth A. Rosen, MD graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Emory University in 1992. He then attended New York University School of Medicine as a Levin Scholar, achieving his medical degree in 1996. Dr. Rosen completed his residency in general surgery at the University of Chicago, including one year as Chief Resident in Surgery. While a resident, he established a colorectal cancer registry to further efforts in clinical research. Dr. Rosen acquired additional specialty training during a fellowship at the Colorectal Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Florida. Dr. Rosen’s contributions to the surgical literature are numerous, including scientific articles, textbook chapters, and formal presentations.
Dr. Rosen has been in practice in Austell, Georgia for over 10 years. He has helped advance the level of Colon and Rectal Surgery care in northwest Atlanta. Dr. Rosen introduced the PPH and doppler-assisted hemorrhoid artery ligation techniques to Cobb Hospital for treatment of hemorrhoids. He was also instrumental in bringing dynamic MRI exams to Wellstar facilities, allowing patients to be evaluated at Cobb and Kennestone. He performed the first STARR procedure in Georgia (a minimally invasive treatment for rectocele), provided sphincter preservation surgery to patients who were otherwise facing permanent colostomy, and performed numerous TEMS (transanal endoscopic microsurgery) as a minimally invasive option to major abdominal surgery. Dr. Rosen is now offering robotic assisted colon and rectal surgery, a minimally invasive alternative to open abdominal procedures.