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Leuking, Christopher A., MD


Dr. Chris Lueking is a surgeon in Terre Haute, Indiana and is affiliated with multiple hospitals, including Greene County General Hospital. He received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is part of the surgical group Lynch, Puccia, and Lueking.

Lynch, Brandon, MD


Dr. Brandon Lynch graduated from the Indiana University School Of Medicine in 2012 and specializes in General Surgery.

Lynch, Mark O., MD


Dr. Mark Lynch is a surgeon in Terre Haute, Indiana and is affiliated with multiple hospitals, including Greene County General Hospital. He received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is part of the surgical group, Lynch, Puccia, and Lueking.

Lynch-Clarke, Rebecca, MD


Rebecca Lynch-Clarke is part of the surgical group, Lynch, Puccia, and Lueking, with privileges at several hospitals in the Terre Haute, Indiana region, including Greene County General Hospital. Dr. Lynch-Clarke is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Wayne State University School of Medicine.

Palanca, Lucio Giovanni “LG”, MD


Greene County General Hospital's General Surgeon

Dr. Palanca is a board-certified general surgeon practicing at Greene County General Hospital. His practice is located on the 2nd floor of GCGH in the General Surgery Department of the Specialty Center. To make an appointment with Dr. Palanca call 812-847-5259 Surgeries Dr. LG Palanca performs at GCGH: Excision of any skin lesions, soft tissue masses, neck masses Excision of hidradenitis (removal of small painful bumps under the skin) Incision and draining of abscesses Thyroidectomy (removal of thyroid) EGDs and colonoscopies (scope of esophagus, stomach, portion of the small bowel, and colon) Temporal artery biopsies Gastric tube placement (feeding tubes) Port placement for IV therapy/blood draws Colon resection (removal of portion of the colon) Exploratory laparotomy (using scopes to look around the abdomen for injury or disease) Both radical and minimally invasive breast procedures Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (removal of gall bladder without making a large incision) Laparoscopic/Open inguinal, umbilical, ventral hernia repair Appendectomy (appendix removal) Carpal tunnel release Splenectomy (removal of the spleen) Hemorrhoidectomy (removal of hemorrhoids) Hydrocelectomy (removal of fluid buildup around the testicle) Vasectomy