Dr. Kerrey Buser is a board-certified general surgeon and native Nebraskan.  He is currently the chief of the surgery department at Lexington Regional Health Center and performs a wide variety of surgical procedures as well as advanced laparoscopic surgeries, upper GI tract endoscopies, and colonoscopies.

  • Fellow in the American College of Surgeons
  • Member of Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • Member of Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons
  • Veteran of the U.S. Army Medical Corps

Dr. Buser is available for appointments daily at Plum Creek Surgery in Lexington.  Visit www.PlumCreekSurgery.com or call (308) 324-5660

Education, Internships, etc.: 
Undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln
Completed medical school through an accelerated three-year program at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine
General surgery internship and residency in the U.S. Army from 1979-1985
Area of Specialty: 
General Surgery
Areas of Medical Expertise: 
Dr. Buser has authored several scientific papers and has served as a guest faculty presenter at numerous prestigious national and international surgical symposiums.
Areas of special interest include laparoscopic surgery during pregnancy, pediatric gallbladder disease, innovations in diagnosis of gallbladder disease, and advanced surgery in rural settings.