Dr. Amanda Arrington 

Surgical Oncology, HIPEC, Colorectal and Hepato-pancreatic-biliary Surgery
Houston Methodist Hospital - Texas Medical Center.
Houston, TX 77030
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Dr. Amanda Arrington is affiliated with Houston Methodist Hospital – Texas Medical Center.

Fellowship Experience

City of Hope Cancer Center

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Dr. Arrington is an Associate Professor in General Surgery and Surgical Oncology with Houston Methodist Hospital Department of Surgery. Dr. Arrington received her medical degree from West Virginia University School of Medicine in 2003 and went on to complete a General Surgery Residency and Fellowship in Surgical Infectious Disease at the University of Minnesota. She then completed a fellowship in Complex General Surgical Oncology at City of Hope National Cancer Center in Duarte, California, where she served as the administrative chief fellow. She is active in both national and regional surgical organizations. As a member of the Health Policy Advocacy Council of the American College of Surgeons, she is a strong patient advocate locally and nationally.

Dr. Arrington was recruited by Marshall University School of Medicine where she served as the Cancer Committee Chair and developed and led GI and HPB Multidisciplinary Tumor Boards. She then was recruited to the University of Arizona in 2017 as the Vice-Chair of Community Outreach and built and led one of the only high volume HIPEC programs in the state.

Dr. Arrington also has a special interest in Clinical Outcomes research, with a particular focus on health disparities and access to care for cancer and surgical patients. She has published extensively on topics of surgical and cancer-related outcomes and is collaborating on several grant submissions in these areas.

Dr. Arrington is board certified in General Surgery and Complex General Surgical Oncology and has extensive experience as a cancer surgeon.

As the Medical Director of the HIPEC program at Houston Methodist, she plans on expanding the HIPEC program at HMH. She also specializes in surgery for stomach cancers, appendiceal tumors, colorectal cancers, liver cancers/tumors, pancreatic cancers, and retroperitoneal sarcomas.

Dr. Arrington is board certified in general surgery and surgical oncology and has extensive experience as a cancer surgeon. She specializes in performing surgery for a wide range of cancers, including stomach (gastric), colon, liver, pancreas, melanoma, endocrine (thyroid, adrenal), breast and soft tissue sarcomas.