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Amy Makley, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical

Director of Trauma, UC Medical Center; Associate Director, Residency Program in General Surgery


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Amy Makley, MD

Dr. Makley completed her residency training in General Surgery at the University of Cincinnati and has additional fellowship training in Surgical Critical Care from the University of Pennsylvania.    
 
Her clinical practice focuses on general and acute care surgery, trauma surgery, and surgical critical care.  Her interests include hernia and biliary disease, diverticular disease, and the complex management of critically ill and injured patients.  She leads the area’s only adult Level I Trauma Center as Medical Director, and is active in resident education as the Associate Director for the General Surgery Residency.  She is also active in surgical research and is an NIH-funded investigator, studying the effects of blood transfusion following injury. 
 
Dr. Makley is certified in surgery by the American Board of Surgery, with Added Qualifications in Surgical Critical Care.  She has been named a “Top Doctor” through Cincinnati Magazine and currently sees patients at the Medical Arts Building in Clifton.

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Department

Surgery

Education

Bachelor

University of Dayton

2001

Medical Degree

University of Cincinnati

2005

Intern

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati

2006

Research Fellowship

University of Cincinnati

2010

General Surgery Residency

University of Cincinnati

2012

Fellowship in Surgical Critical Care

University of Pennsylvania

2013

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery (Surgery Critical Care)

09-23-2013

American Board of Surgery

03-18-2013

Specialties

Surgery, Surgery-Critical Care