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Dr. Marchand is a board certified physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology and a recognized expert in minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Marchand completed training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Tennessee, and has publications in the fields of urogynecology and minimally invasive surgery.

Dr. Marchand was also one half of the team that was recently recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records(TM) for removing a seven pound uterus without needing to cut open the patient. Dr. Marchand is one of the few OBGYN’s in Arizona to be COEMIG Certfied, (Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology).

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Dr. Marchand Awarded World Record for Hysterectomy through the Smallest Incision Ever

Dr. Marchand with Award 2018

MESA, Ariz., Sept. 4, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The World Record Academy today Awarded Dr. Greg J. Marchand, of Marchand Institute for Minimally Invasive Surgery, a world record for performing hysterectomy through the smallest incision ever. The surgery involved removal of a uterus, ovaries and Fallopian tubes all through an incision the diameter of an AAA battery. The record was awarded after a lengthy verification process performed by the academy to verify the results.

Arizona Surgeon Invents and Performs World Record Setting Cancer Surgery

Dr Greg Marchand and WRA Cert

MESA, Ariz., Oct. 12, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The World Record Academy recently awarded Dr. Greg J. Marchand and his surgical team a world record for removing a 17-centimeter cancerous ovarian tumor using only small incisions in the abdomen, a technique called a laparoscopy. While removing cysts and tumors using laparoscopic surgery is a standard practice, Dr. Marchand said it is rare to use the technique in conjunction with an ovarian cancer staging procedure.