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Thomas A. Geng, Jr., D.O.
Traumatology, Surgical Critical Care and Emergency Surgery

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Administrative/Clinical Office:
Reading Hospital
6th Avenue and Spruce Streets, B Building, 4th Floor
West Reading, PA 19611
Administrative Assistant: Pauline Keys
Administrative Telephone: 610-988-4884
Administrative Fax: 610-988-4880
Patient Appointments: 610-988-4879


Dr. Geng completed his surgical training at St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network in Bethlehem, PA in 2004.  After 3 years in practice as a general surgeon, he trained at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in a Surgical Critical Care Fellowship.
Since completing his fellowship, he returned to Reading Hospital in the Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, where he currently is Associate Trauma Program Medical Director. 

Dr. Geng is currently Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.  He has a keen interest in technology and it’s integration into patient care.  His projects include assisting with implementation of a completely integrated EMR.  He has also shown great interest in surgical education.

2004 – present Active Staff, The Reading Hospital & Medical Center, West Reading, PA
2012 - present Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Health System Clinician
2012 - present

University of Pennsylvania, Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery

Hospital and Administrative Appointments
2004 - 2005 Reading Surgical Associates, P.C.
2603 Keiser Boulevard, Suite 104, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
General Surgeon
All aspects of general surgery, including endoscopy, with an emphasis on minimally invasive procedures, including bariatrics.  Also, preceptor to third year medical students from University of New England - College of Osteopathic Medicine
Associates: Fernando B. Bonanni, M.D., F.A.C.S., Thomas Beetel, M.D.
2005 - present  The Reading Hospital Trauma Center
Sixth Avenue and Spruce Street, B Bldg., 4th Floor
West Reading, Pennsylvania
Trauma, Acute Care and General Surgery
Care of acutely injured and critically ill patients. Preceptor to trauma service advanced practitioners, and surgical residents.
Associates: G. Paul Dabrowski, M.D., UPHS Trauma Network Surgeons
1990 – 1994 B.S. - The Pennsylvania State University
1994 – 1998 D.O. - The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments
1998 - 1999 Rotating Internship,Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1999 - 2003 General Surgery Residency, St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
2003 - 2004

Chief Resident in General Surgery, St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

2007 - 2008 Fellowship in Surgical Critical Care, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
National Societies
1994 - present American Osteopathic Association, Member                                                              
2012 – present Fellow, American College of Surgeons
July 1996 Delegate, AOA House of Delegates -
Vice-Chair, AOA Interns and Residents Committee
Local Societies
1996 - 1997 Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association, Member     
Ex-Officio Member, POMA Board of Trustees                                  
1998 - 1999 Eastern PA Representative to Intern/Resident Development Committee 
1996 - 1997 Council of Student Council Presidents, Member                                
1997 - 1998 Council of Student Council Presidents, Parliamentarian                     


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