Address: 77 W Underwood St
Orlando, FL 32806
William S. Havron III, MD, joined Orlando Health’s surgical team in 2014 as the associate program director of the general surgery residency. Dr. Havron also serves as the director of surgical simulation for the program, and is a member of Orlando Health Physicians Surgical Group. He is board certified in general surgery and surgical critical care. His areas of practice include elective and emergency general surgery, surgical critical care and trauma surgery.
Dr. Havron earned his medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 2003. He completed his general surgery residency and surgical critical care fellowship at the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga. Following his post-graduate training, Dr. Havron accepted appointment to the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine as assistant professor in the Department of Surgery. While at the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Havron served as the third- and fourth-year medical student clerkship director, and worked to develop medical student surgical curriculums and courses in surgical skill development. He was recognized for his teaching efforts, receiving three nominations in five years for the Aesculapian award. Additionally, Dr. Havron served as a surgical consultant for the United States Veterans Administration in Oklahoma City.
Dr. Havron’s surgical practice includes a broad base of general surgery, surgical critical care and the comprehensive medical and surgical care of victims of trauma. His elective practice interests focus on complex general surgery, endocrine surgery, laparoscopic surgery, abdominal wall reconstructions and hernias. His recent research projects have focused on trauma surgery, acute-care surgery and medical education. He is also a certified course director for both the Advanced Trauma Life Support course and the Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma course.
Dr. Havron is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and is a member of the National Society of Critical Care Medicine, the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, the Southeastern Surgical Congress, the Association for Surgical Educators and the Association of Academic Surgeons.