Staci Beamer, M.D., is a surgeon in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, where she treats a variety of thoracic disease. Her clinical focus is in lung cancer, thymic cancer, chest wall tumors, esophageal cancer, and diaphragm disease. She focuses on minimally invasive surgery, particularly robotic surgery for her patients.
During her time at Mayo, Dr. Beamer founded and continues to direct the Thoracic Robotic Program at Mayo Clinic Arizona, which has treated more than 300 patients since its inception. She is as an assistant professor of surgery at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine.
Dr. Beamer earned her medical degree and completed her cardiothoracic training at the University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine. Her research interests include minimally invasive/robotic thoracic surgery, diaphragm paralysis treatment, and pain management strategies in thoracic surgery.
U.S. News & World Report names Mayo Clinic the #1 hospital in Arizona and #6 nationally for pulmonology and lung surgery.
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