One of the Most Advanced Colorectal Surgeons in Irving and Dallas, TX.
Dr. Hurley is one of the most accomplished colorectal surgeons Dallas, TX, and Irving has to offer. Since beginning his practice with TCRS, Dr. Hurley continues to advance the field of laparoscopic colorectal surgery with a particular interest in robotic surgical techniques. His training at the Cleveland Clinic, an international referral center for patients with complex inflammatory bowel disease, along with his laparoscopic expertise, has led to a special interest in reconstructive procedures for ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Dr. Hurley has also become the first surgeon in North Texas to perform a robotic low anterior resection for rectal cancer using the da Vinci® Surgical System, which allows for exact precision during complex surgery.
Dr. Hurley’s practice covers a variety of interests, including colorectal cancer, diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease, constipation, and anorectal diseases such as hemorrhoids, fissures and fistulas. He also performs screening colonoscopies with biopsy and removal of polyps.
As a mentor, Dr. Hurley has been designated as an official on site case leader and lecturer by da Vinci® Surgical System. Check out Dr. Hurley on YouTube and experience some of the leading edge technology at work first hand.
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A Sought-After Instructor in Laparoscopic Techniques
Dr. Hurley lectures and teaches laparoscopic techniques to other surgeons, and makes use of the latest in surgical technology in this exciting field. He is involved in teaching in the colorectal surgery fellowship at U.T. Southwestern and Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, and is an Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is also currently the Chairman of Colorectal Surgery at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, as well as Presbyterian’s Cancer Liaison Physician for the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Hurley frequently speaks to groups of physicians and nurses for continuing medical education in colorectal diseases.
Dr. Hurley graduated from Lake Highlands High School before moving on to Texas A&M. He and his wife, Carrie, have three children: Bennett, Hogan and Annie. He enjoys coaching his kids in various sports, as well as cycling, running and playing golf. He is an avid reader of fiction and biographies, and enjoys photography and editing home movies on his Macintosh computer. He is somewhat of a film buff and enjoys a good late-night movie.