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    Department of Anesthesiology Residency Graduation - Class of 2023

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    The Department of Anesthesiology's faculty include generalists and specialists in pediatric and cardiac anesthesiology, and critical care.

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    The Department of Anesthesiology treats patients through its Chronic Pain Management Clinic at Banner - University Medical Center South.

Please Welcome Our New Faculty

Ronald Tang, MD

Dr. Ronald Tang is a native Arizonan. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 2008 with majors in Molecular & Cellular Biology and Psychology. After college Dr. Tang remained in Tucson, graduating from the UA College of Medicine in 2012 and completing residency training in Anesthesiology in 2016. He joined the Department of Anesthesiology at Banner University Medical Center Tucson before venturing into private practice. Dr Tang is returning to academic medicine at Banner. In his personal time Dr. Tang enjoys spending time with his family, playing basketball, and cooking.

Mission Statement

University of Arizona Department of Anesthesiology is a diverse group of clinicians, educators, and researchers who unite to advance medicine and health through innovations in patient care, commitment to training, and the performance of cutting-edge research. To provide high-quality, academic, patient-centered anesthesia care for Tucson. To be an example of academic perioperative medicine for Southern Arizona first, then nationally for the entire Banner Health System. Our Values: INTEGRITY. Be honest, respectful and just. EXPLORATION. Be insatiably curious. INCLUSION. Harness the power of diversity. ADAPTATION. Be open-minded and eager for what's next. DETERMINATION. Bear Down. COMPASSION. Choose to care.


Recent News

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Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center researchers are examining the link between prolactin and endometriosis, a painful condition that affects women.