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Hiller, David Johnson, MD, FACS, FASCRS

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.86 out of 5 | 257 reviews
Colon and Rectal Surgery
Novant Health Colon & Rectal Clinic - Clemmons
(336) 277-4075
Ratings
4.86
Overall rating
4.26
Administration and Staff
4.57
Medically Informed Visit
4.68
Bedside Manner
4.71
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Comments
Patient Comments 52 reviews
July 08, 2022
Dr Hiller was very knowledgeable and caring
-Patient in KERNERSVILLE, North Carolina

July 02, 2022
Always a pleasant experience at any of the Novant offices.
-Patient in BROWNS SUMMIT, North Carolina

June 27, 2022
Dr. Hiller is an exceptional physician and one of the best I’ve encountered. He listened to my concerns with genuine care, explained my medical issue, and addressed my questions. I left knowing I had a thorough examination and my mind at ease. If I should need colin/rectal attention again, I’ll most definitely request to see Dr. Hiller.
-Patient in JAMESTOWN, North Carolina

June 26, 2022
I was treated with care and everyone was very helpful
-Patient in KERNERSVILLE, North Carolina

May 25, 2022
Doctor Hiller and his staff are great!
-Patient in BOOMER, North Carolina



Appointments




Practice locations
Novant Health Colon & Rectal Clinic - Clemmons
(336) 277-4075
Novant Health Colon and Rectal Clinic - Greensboro
(336) 660-5500
Novant Health Pelvic Health Center - Winston-Salem
(336) 718-1970


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Education


Medical School:
Louisiana State University - Shreveport
(2011)

Residency:
Wake Forest University School of Medicine 2016

Fellowship:
Cleveland Clinic Florida 2017

Board Certifications:
General Surgery
Colon and Rectal Surgery


Learn More
Growing up, I loved science, and I always had a strong desire to study and treat cancer, so I could help people live comfortably and fulfilling lives. Today, I am able to do that in multiple ways through my work treating colorectal conditions, specializing in cancer care and minimally invasive surgical techniques, and through my work with the Novant Health Pelvic Health Center, where I treat benign colorectal and female pelvic health conditions.

A key part of my approach to healthcare is to ensure that my patients feel knowledgeable about their condition. That understanding can give patients a crucial sense of control over what can feel like an uncontrollable situation, in the case of both colorectal and pelvic conditions.

Colon cancer is the second most common cancer to die from, but every year, available treatments and outcomes improve. Here at Novant Health, I am a part of a team of leaders trained in minimally invasive colorectal surgery and advanced technology, such as the use of robotics. I have experience treating conditions such as rectal and colon cancer, Crohn's disease, hemorrhoids and more. We offer comprehensive treatment by working as a team. Through collaboration with my fellow physicians, we can give patients the high standard of care they deserve. I also value open communication with my patients so that I can best meet their unique needs. It is an honor to be a part of a field that is growing and seeing successful results.

At the Pelvic Health Clinic, I work with women who have benign pelvic disorders or conditions. I have found that people do not often express their concerns about pelvic pain, or they just brush it off as a sign of aging. I aim to create a safe and dedicated space centered on open communication to make these topics less taboo and address any conditions that keep patients from living their most comfortable lives. At the clinic, I am part of a multidisciplinary team that works together to address any pelvic health condition with holistic treatments.

Outside of the office or operating room, I have experience working on clinical trials for advanced surgical techniques and for improving quality of life. For my professional development, I am a member of the medical advisory board for the Colon Cancer Coalition and serve on committees with the American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons.

In the community, I am a leader for the annual Get Your Rear in Gear races where participants raise money for colorectal screenings in underserved communities. I am married with two children, and, together, we enjoy traveling to the mountains, hiking and camping. I graduated from Wake Forest University, and you can always find me cheering on the Demon Deacons. And a fun fact about me is that I love playing the guitar - I was even in a band in college.

Gender: Male