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Adam W Bingaman, MD

Adam W Bingaman, MD

General Surgery
Please note that this provider does not accept general surgery patients, but only those for transplant surgeries.

As the Director of Abdominal Organ Transplantation at Texas Transplant Institute at Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital in San Antonio, Dr. Adam Bingaman heads up some of the best-known and most-preferred programs, not only in San Antonio and South Texas, but also nationally, in the case of the Live Donor Kidney Transplant Program.

Dr. Bingaman graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts in biochemistry, received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and then went on to complete his general surgery residency training at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. During his residency he earned a doctorate in immunology from Emory University Graduate School of Biological Sciences, where his research focused on how the immune system rejects transplanted tissues. He then went on to complete his fellowship training in kidney and pancreas transplantation surgery at the University of Maryland.

Prior to joining Texas Transplant Institute, Dr. Bingaman was Assistant Professor of Surgery at Medical College of Georgia, and University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery, is a member of the American College of Surgeons, and has published extensively in the field of transplantation immunology.

Bile duct cysts (choledochal cysts)

Bile Duct Injuries

Biliary Strictures

Blood Type Incompatible Program


Common Bile Duct Stone Disease

Deceased Donor Kidney Transplant

Gallbladder Cancer

Incompatible Live Donor Kidney Transplant

Kidney Transplant

Living Donor Kidney Transplant

Non-directed Donor Kidney Transplant

Paired Donation Kidney Transplant

Pancreas After Kidney Transplant

Pancreas Transplantation

Positive Crossmatch Program

Sensitized Patient Program

Simultaneous Kidney-Pancreas Transplant

Steroid-free Immunosuppression