Jorge Carmona, MD

Board-Certified General Surgeon

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Providence Surgical Associates

1700 Murchison
El Paso, Texas 79902

Phone: (915) 543-9600
Fax: (915) 543-9700

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.8 out of 5
14 Ratings


  • Doctor in Medicine: University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
  • Residency: General Surgery at Wayne State University/DMC in Detroit, MI

About the Provider

As a board-certified General Surgeon, Dr. Jorge Carmona practices individualized, patient-centered care. He takes pride in his ability to bring the most advanced surgical care to his practice with a goal of getting patients back to their normal, healthy lives as soon as possible. Dr. Jorge Carmona is devoted to providing compassionate, comprehensive care with special interests in robotic/laparoscopic surgery, hernia repair and diseases of the gallbladder and colon. Outside of the office, Dr. Jorge Carmona is an active member ofhis community. He enjoys spending time connecting and celebrating Latino culture as well as sharing his hobby of being an avid car enthusiast.

Special Interests

  • Abdominal wall reconstruction
  • Lumps & bumps
  • Robotic abdominal wall hernia repair
  • Robotic bowel surgery
  • Robotic colon surgery
  • Robotic hiatal hernia repair (reflux surgery)
  • Robotic inguinal hernia repair
  • Robotic incisional hernia repair
  • Robotic/laparoscopic surgery
  • Robotic/laparoscopic general surgery
  • Thyroid & parathyroid surgery

Patient Ratings & Comments

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