Dr. Jerry A. Stirman earned his undergraduate degree at Austin College in Sherman, Texas and attended medical school at the University of Texas Galveston Medical School. He completed his internship and residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center and went on to Duke University for a research fellowship focused on surgical endocrinology.
Dr. Stirman is a Diplomate with the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow with the American College of Surgeons. He is a member of the NC Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, Cardiovascular Society and Wake County and Raleigh Medical Societies.
Dr. Stirman specializes in endocrine, esophageal disease, pancreatic and hepatobiliary surgery and single incision approach to gallbladder and colon surgery.
Austin College, Sherman, TX
University of Texas, Medical Branch Galveston, TX
University of Oklahoma, Health Science Center Oklahoma City
Junior Resident, University of Oklahoma, Health Science Center, Oklahoma City Research Fellow, Duke University, Durham, NC Senior Assistant Resident, University of Oklahoma, Health Science Center, Oklahoma City Chief Resident, General Surgery and Peripheral Vascular Surgery, University of Oklahoma, Health Science Center Oklahoma City
Awards and Honors
President of Raleigh Community Hospital Medical Staff Head of Raleigh Community Hospital Surgery Department Board of Trustees of Raleigh Community Hospital
Diplomate, American Board of Surgery Fellow, American College of Surgeons
N.C. Chapter of American College of Surgeons Wake County Medical Society Raleigh Medical Society Cardiovascular Society
Endocrine, esophageal disease, hepatobiliary surgery and single incision approach to gallbladder and colon surgery, breast surgery, general surgery