Andrew Grace, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Grace earned his undergraduate degree from University of Rochester in Rochester, New York and his medical degree from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His surgical residency was completed at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During his residency Dr. Grace also completed a two year research fellowship in colorectal oncology at the prestigious Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
While in medical school Dr. Grace met his wife, a Montana native, and after finishing training they moved to Bozeman and have resided there ever since. After 8 years in group practice where he performed several thousand operations, Dr. Grace founded Montana Surgical Clinic in 2011 to provide the most efficient and specialized care to his patients.
Dr. Grace is certified in General Surgery by the American Board of Surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, an honor given to those who show consistency with the highest standards established by the College. He has unrestricted admitting and operating privileges at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, and participates in numerous hospital committees that help guide the development of Bozeman’s growing medical community.
In addition to Montana Surgical Clinic, Dr. Grace also manages Montana Vein Clinic, the regions only dedicated varicose vein treatment center.
Q: What is General Surgery?
A: General Surgery is a specialty of medicine that requires knowledge and familiarity with a broad spectrum of diseases and organ systems that may require surgical treatment. General Surgery training programs usually last at least 5 years after medical school. Although general surgeons can operate all over the body our most common operations are detailed under the 'Procedures' link (in the left side menu). A comprehensive list of all our procedures, sorted by organ system, is also included there.