Dr. Stone graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in biomedical engineering (as well as a second degree in biology). His educational experience had an emphasis on robotics and advanced technology. He completed his medical degree from U.T. Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He then went on to complete his residency in general surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Dr. Stone has lectured about emerging and future technology in surgery.
Considered a leading voice in the field of advanced surgical technology and techniques, Dr. Stone placed in the top 1% of all physicians taking the national licensing exam in 2004.
He was one of the first general surgeons in the country to train on the DaVinci robotic surgical platform in 2007 and he is one of the first to perform single incision gallbladder surgery. He has been recognized as Best in Dallas by D Magazine, as well as Best in Richardson, Wylie, Plano, and Frisco by Living Magazine.
Listed as a Top Doctor by Castle Connolly (a nationwide recognition), as well as achieving status of SuperDoctor Rising Star by Texas Monthly, he has also been featured in multiple magazines and publications.
I would like to take a chance to introduce myself and to explain what your experience under my care may look like. First of all, I hope you enjoy the website, and I hope to continue to build it into a resource for anyone that has questions or wants to know more. I am not your typical surgeon. I do not see you as a number or a statistic. I see everyone that walks through my door as a wonderful, unique person that was purposefully created. With that said, I am not here to sell you a surgery or get you into something that will not specifically benefit you. Everyone is entitled to being completely appreciated and heard. I hope that my time with you can be spent fulfilling these goals. Medicine (and especially surgery!) is an ever-changing landscape that is both exciting and challenging. I take great strides in being on the forefront of this field. The rapidly changing technology and advances are important to grasp and implement when possible. I feel like my background uniquely positions me in a way to most fully integrate technology into the world of “tried and true” surgical techniques.