Spencer Eugene Amory, MD
Dr. Amory received his medical training from Johns Hopkins and Columbia Universities. He developed techniques in laparoscopic cholecystectomy that enabled his group to have the lowest open cholecystectomy rates in the state.
In addition, Dr. Amory has earned a reputation for his diagnostic acumen in complex surgical problems and for highly individualized and personalized care. In recognition of his exceptional care of patients, collegiality with peers, and outstanding outcomes, Dr. Amory was awarded the the 2014 Jerry Gliklich Award for Exemplary Clinical Care, formerly "Practitioner of the Year" award, by the NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center Society of Practitioners.
Leonard Tow award for Humanism in Medicine 2007
Physician of the Year 2006, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital,Department of Nursing
Teacher of the Year, BALSO 2002
Teacher of the Year, College of Physicians & Surgeons, 2001
Teaching in the Clinical Years, Charles W. Bohmfalk Award,College of Physicians & Surgeons, 2001
Teacher of the Year, BALSO 2000
Teacher Recognition Award, College of Physicians & Surgeons,Class of 2000
Teacher of the Year, BALSO 1999
Teacher of the Year, BALSO 1997
Teacher of the Year, BALSO 1994
Vice President, Northeast Mission of Hope
Amory S. Opportunities for the General Surgeon in the Academic Medical Center. John Jones Surgical Society Newsletter 1999 Winter; 2:2.
Farman J., Goldsten D.J. Sugalski M., Moazami N., Amory S. Bouveret's Syndrome: Diagnosis by Helical CT Scan. Clinical Imaging 1998: 22:240-2.
Rosing M.A., Amory S. Perforated ileal diverticulitis. An atypical presentation with definitive diagnosis by laparoscopy. Case Report Surgical Endoscopy 1995 9(5):522-524.
Forde, KA, Amory, SE, Tsai, JL: A New Flexible Videondoscope for Minimal Access Surgery. Surgical Endoscomy, 1993.
Forde K.A., Amory S.E. Colonscopy and the Surgeon. Audiovisual Collection of the American College of Surgeons. 1988.