27 Years Experience
26 in Bariatrics
10 in Laparoscopic Surgery
4 in Laparoscopic Bariatrics
85% Practice is Bariatrics
Minimum Age of Patient is 18
Maximum Age of Patient is 62
John Huse, M.D., an Indiana native, is a graduate of Wabash College and Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Huse completed his general surgery residency at Methodist Hospital of Indiana.
Along with Dr. Corbin Roudebush, Dr. Huse established the Bariatric program at Methodist Hospital in 1978. In 1994, he was instrumental in starting the Lite Life Bariatric Program at Winona Hospital and in 1998 helped facilitate the establishment of the St. Vincent Bariatric Center. This makes him one of the "fathers of bariatric surgery" in Indiana. With bariatric surgery as the main institute of his practice, he also does a wide variety of General Surgeries.
His father and grandfather were both physicians in Indianapolis dating back to the 1920's. Dr. Huse has been married for 32 years to his wife, Patti, who he met in medical school. Patti remains an inspiration to him - being a practicing pediatrician, loving wife and fabulous mother. The couple have two sons, James, an investment banker in Indianapolis and Will, an attorney in Cincinnati. Together with their sons, the Huses breed, raise and show Morgan horses throughout the United States.
He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, board certified with the American Board of Surgery and is also a member of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery.
B.A. Wabash College 1968
M.D. Indiana University School of Medicine 1972
Surgical Residency at Methodist Hospital of Indiana 1972-1977
American Board of Surgery
Fellow American College of Surgeons
Indiana State Medical Society
Marion County Medical Society
American Society of Bariatric Surgeons
Hospital Affiliations include:
Methodist Hospital of Indiana
St. Vincent Hospital - Carmel
St. Vincent Hospital - Indianapolis
Hospital Activities include:
Past chairman for Tissue and Audit Committee, Methodist
Past Chairman of Surgery Policy Committee, Methodist
Past Vice-Chairman of Surgery Section, Methodist
Past chairman of Surgery Section, Methodist
Past Member of Executive Committee, Methodist
Member of Teaching Staff, Methodist
Past Vice-Chairman of Surgery Section, Winona
Past chairman of Surgery Section, Winona
Past Medical Director of Lite Life Program, Winona
Past Member Executive Committee, Winona
Dr. Huse is the first surgeon to take me seriously that there was a problem, and he found that it was a healing error and not due to compliance.