General Surgery

Visitor Policy

For surgical patients and visitors, we are continuing our current visitor protocols to ensure appropriate patient care. 

  • One (1) adult visitor for assistance with drop-off and pick-up.
  • This visitor may accompany the patient to the perioperative area.
  • Visitors are not permitted in PACU or recovery areas.
  • One (1) visitor for colonoscopy and endoscopy patients, and they must remain in the designated waiting areas during the procedure and recovery.

Our philosophy and mission is to provide exceptional health care in our community in a timely, caring, and personal manner.

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8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Monday through Friday


Multi-Specialty Clinic, Level 1
9 Alice Peck Day Drive
Lebanon, NH 03766
(603) 308-0047

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Please review the colonoscopy preparation instructions (PDF) 


The physician inserts either a flexible or rigid scope to view the esophagus or stomach and allow removal of cysts and polyps.

Gall bladder

Typically removed for gall stones or polyps, typically done laparoscopically.

Hernia repair

We repair a wide variety of hernias including the common inguinal and ventral abdominal hernias. We use open and minimally invasive (laparoscopic) procedures to repair hernias.

Removal of skin masses

Excision of malignant and benign nodules, cysts and masses.

Upper endoscopies

We perform upper endoscopy procedures of the upper digestive system.

General Surgery medical staff

Sara W. Mayo, MD, MS

Colon and Rectal Surgery

Areas of focus

  • Anorectal problems including anal fistulas, hemorrhoids, and fissures
  • Colon polyps and colonoscopy
  • Rectal and colon cancer
  • Rectal prolapse
  • And 4 more areas of focus


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Matthew Z. Wilson, MD, MS

Colon and Rectal Surgery

Areas of focus

  • Minimally invasive surgery for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), diverticular disease and colorectal cancer
  • Anorectal disease


  • Lebanon

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