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.
Interest/Hobbies: 
Areas of special interest include laparoscopic surgery during pregnancy, pediatric gallbladder disease, innovations in diagnosis of gallbladder disease, and advanced surgery in rural settings.