Stephen T. Gott, M.D.

"Anesthesia and surgery can be a very anxious experience for most patients. It is my responsibility to ease that anxiety and fear. By applying the latest in anesthesia techniques and pharmacology to your specific surgery, I am able to optimize your safety and comfort throughout your surgical course."

Undergraduate Studies
Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology
University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, MN

Medical School
University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, MN

Residency
Anesthesiology
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine — Rochester, MN

Certifications
Board Certified, American Board of Anesthesiology

Professional Memberships

  • American Society of Anesthesiologists
  • Minnesota Medical Association
  • Twin Cities Medical Association

Publications
2002, 1994, 1991 Ronald J. Faust, Anesthesiology Review Articles:

  • “Sodium Bicarbonate Pharmacology”
  • “Croup vs. Epiglottitis”
  • “Fetal Monitoring”
  • “Morbid Obesity in Anesthesia”
  • “Complications of Transurethral Resection of the Prostate”
  • “Phenothiazine Uses and Side Effects”
  • “Pharmacology of Hetastarch and Pentastarch”

Personal Interests & Hobbies
Spending time with family, softball, golf, fishing, and sports cars.

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