Thomas Hui, MD

  • “By using advanced minimally invasive technology, recovery is faster.”

I love being a pediatric surgeon because I get to help make kids better by using my hands. What’s great about having kids as patients is that even if they are very sick, they can bounce back and recover much better than adults.

In my work, I perform a lot of minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery using only a single incision, which means less trauma to the area and less noticeable scars.

I want parents to know that we have access to the most advanced minimally invasive technologies and that as a surgeon, I work with an entire team of excellent providers. I collaborate with other subspecialists to achieve an outcome that is superior to what would result if just one doctor were treating the patient alone. This multidisciplinary approach means each child gets the best of a combined group of experts in their field. Together, we do the very best for each child that we see.



Work and Education

Professional Education

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6/1/1993


Royal Columbian Hospital Rotating Internship, New Westminster, BC, Canada, 6/30/1994


Cedars Sinai Medical Center General Surgery Residency, Los Angeles, CA, 6/30/2002

University of British Columbia General Surgery Residency, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6/30/1995


McGill University Pediatric Surgery Fellowship, Montreal, Canada, 6/30/2005

Board Certifications

General Surgery, American Board of Surgery

Pediatric Surgery, American Board of Surgery