In 2006, identical twin brothers Vincent Moss, M.D., and Vance Moss, M.D. created Mid-Atlantic Specialty Surgical Group to bring convenient access to state-of-the-art thoracic and urologic surgery to the region.

The brothers, majors in the U.S. Army Reserves Medical Corps who recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq, have opened another office in Howell Medical Pavilion, located on Route 9 North near Aldrich Road, the surgeons have made access to highly specialized surgical care more convenient than ever.

Dr. Vincent Moss, a fellowship-trained thoracic surgeon, specializes in minimally invasive pulmonary and chest surgery. He also has introduced to Kimball Medical Center a new sophisticated surgical procedure that is emerging as an effective long-term treatment option for chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), a digestive condition that causes severe heartburn in nearly one-third of the American population. Dr. Moss is committed to improving treatment of tobacco-related illness and also advancing the technology of smoking cessation laser therapy and is one of the only certified physicians to offer this therapy in this region.

Dr. Vance Moss is a urologist who specializes in advanced Minimally invasive surgery to treat prostate cancer and kidney stones. And for residents of western Monmouth and Ocean counties who require kidney transplants, Dr. Moss hopes to introduce a program to offer crucial posttoperative care, close to home. As an affiliate of the Saint Barnabas Health Care System, Kimball Medical Center patients have access to the system's highly regarded Renal and Pancreas Transplant Division. The division includes programs at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston and Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and is among the most active of 240 programs in the country. He is also one of the pioneers into the formation of the Temple-Crozer Transplant Program.

The Moss brothers joined Kimball Medial Center following a unique tour of duty in Kabul, Afghanistan, where they received world recognition and a number of commendations and medals for their medical mission. In addition to their shared toms of military duty, the twin brothers have shared nearly everything in life, including prep school education at the United States Military Prep School at Fort Monmouth, t o undergraduate education at Penn State University and medical school at Temple University School of Medicine. To learn more about Mid-Atlantic Specialty Surgical Group, refer to each specialty services. ( Urology services, Thoracic Services )

To learn me about Vince and Vance Moss, visit the official website of the Moss Twins.



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