Dmitriy Breydburd,MD


Anesthesiologist, CTCA Chicago

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I became a doctor so that I could serve others by providing excellent and compassionate care.

Medical school:
American University of Integrative Sciences, Cole Bay, Saint Martin
Anesthesiology, John H. Stroger Hospital, Chicago, IL

Having watched family members cope with cancer, Dr. Dmitriy Breydburd, Anesthesiologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America ® (CTCA), Chicago, knows the value of excellent medical care. “It is a privilege to help people during this time in their lives,” says Dr. Breydburd.

Dr. Breydburd studied integrative biology at Loyola University in Chicago, earning his Bachelor of Science in 2005. He began pursuing his interest in medicine as an undergraduate through volunteer work at a family clinic, speaking with newly arrived immigrants about health issues and preventive measures. He also volunteered as a post-procedure patient escort at a regional hospital.

He completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at the American University of Integrative Sciences, located in Cole Bay, St. Martin. His residency in anesthesiology, at John H. Stroger Hospital in Chicago, further equipped him with a deep and broad array of skills and techniques. He also completed clinical rotations in pediatrics, trauma medicine, neurology and obstetrics.

Dr. Breydburd, a member of Midwest Anesthesiology Group, joined CTCA® in 2016. He provides regional and general anesthesia for patients undergoing abdominal, orthopedic or thoracic surgeries. His care integrates his medical training with new approaches, such as ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia.

When he is not at CTCA, Dr. Breydburd enjoys playing tennis, soccer, swimming and being with his family. He can also be found at professional conferences staying updated on the advances in the field of anesthesiology.

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