Jared B. Smith, MD, FACS

Jared B. Smith

Contact Information

  • Office 816-373-4646
  • After Hours 816-373-4646
  • Fax 816-373-7831

Specialties

Main Location

Independence Surgical Clinic
19550 East 39th Street
Suite 325
Independence, MO 64057
816-373-4646
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Hospital Affiliations

Centerpoint Medical Center
Centerpoint Ambulatory Surgery Center
Lee's Summit Medical Center
Saint Luke's East Hospital
Saint Luke's East Surgery Center

Areas of Interest

Minimally Invasive Surgery - da Vinci Surgery

About

Dr. Smith’s general surgery practice includes a focus on minimally invasive surgical approaches including use of the da Vinci device, for the treatment of many abdominal disorders, including gallbladder disease, all types of hernias, diverticulitis and colon adenocarcinomas. Dr. Smith treats a variety of other general surgical conditions as well, including skin cancers and melanomas.

Dr. Smith grew up in Central Missouri. He joined Independence Surgical Clinic in 2008. He and his wife Lindsey have two children, Quin and Maylen. He enjoys watching his children play sports and he especially enjoys jumping in and helping them practice.

Dr. Smith accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.

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Education

Residency: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Internship: University of Colorado Hospital
Medical School: Saint Louis University School of Medicine
B.S., Biochemistry, University of Missouri, Columbia

Certifications & Organizations

American Board of Surgery

  • Video Transcript

    Hello, I’m Dr. Jared Smith and I’m a general surgeon at Independence Surgical Clinic.

    I like coming to work and seeing a patient that has a big problem that needs to be taken care of and see them get better and getting off to enjoying life again. Many times they don’t really know what’s going to happen, how they’re going to do and I like to explain those things to them and to educate the patients so that it really takes away fear and also helps them know what’s going to happen next.

    I always tell the patient what my best recommendation is and what I would do if I were him or her. But I think it’s really important that the patient get to decide what we do.

    I think that it’s important to try to become better every day - especially for physicians and especially for surgeons. So to do that I learn from continuing education opportunities that are out there with regard to conferences and reading literature that comes by. And I also learn from my senior partner and those around me.