Physician Detail
Scott Pinchot

Scott Pinchot, M.D.

Colorectal Surgery

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Board Certification(s)

Colon and Rectal Surgery/General Surgery


Medical School

Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)


University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinic


General Surgery, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics


Endocrine Surgery, University of Wisconsin Endocrine Surgery Research Laboratory
Colon and Rectal Surgery, Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA

Location 1

880 W. Central Road
Suite 5000
Arlington Heights IL 60005
Phone: 847-618-3800
Fax: 847-618-3809

Primary Specialty

Colorectal Surgery

Additional Specialties

General Surgery
Oncology Surgery

Clinical Interests



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After years of putting it off, Howard Van Zandt is grateful he scheduled a colonoscopy at NCH’s GI Center. He says the procedure helped doctors catch early-stage rectal cancer.

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Had surgery, will travel

Marie Reyes had two operations done at once, thanks to doctors using a minimally invasive technique in close collaboration.

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