Located in Bethlehem, PA, Eyvazzadeh & Reilly Colon and Rectal Center’s board certified physicians specialize in the medical practice of Colon and Rectal Surgery.  They serve patients throughout Lehigh and Northampton County.
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Camille Eyvazzadeh, MD, FASCRS

W. Terence Reilly, MD, FASCRS

Daniel J. Bowers, MD, FASCRS

Daniel J. Eyvazzadeh, MD, FASCRS

Camille Eyvazzadeh, MD, FASCRS



June 10, 1950

Tehran, Iran



Present Position
St. Luke's Hospital Network, Active Staff - July, 1982 to date
Lehigh Valley Health Network, Muhlenberg Campus, Active Staff - July, 1982 to date
Sacred Heart Hospital, Affiliate Staff to date
St. Luke’s Hospital ALLENTOWN, Active Staff – 1997 to date
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, Clinical Instructor
Chief of Committee for Search of Clinical Pathology Dept., St. Luke’s Hospital Network – 2002-2003


Tehran University Medical School:  Tehran, Iran, 1966-1974-- M.D. Degree

Military Service, Rank:  First Lieutenant Medical Officer, 1974-1976


Surgical Training
South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland:  General Surgery Internship, PGY I and PGY II

July 1976 - June 1979


St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Youngstown, Ohio:  General Surgery Residency, PGY III and PGY IV

July 1979 - June 1980


St. Elizabeth Medial Center, Youngstown, Ohio:  Chief Resident General Surgery, PGY V

July 1980 - June 1981


Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown, Pennsylvania:  Specialty Training Fellowship,

Colon and Rectal Residency, PGY VI  July 1981 - June 1982


Board Certification

American Board of Surgery #28033 - September 14, 1982 - Recertified 2001 – 7/1/2013

American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery #R018- April 8, 1983 - Recertified 1993



Pennsylvania  Commonwealth Licensure,  July 1981 MD-025523-E



Family Practice Residency, 1998

Physician Recognition Award, 1998

Best Surgical Teacher Award for 2006


Professional Memberships and Societies

Fellow American College of Surgeons,1985

Fellow American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons, June 1991

Pennsylvania Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons

Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, September, 1983

Affiliate Member, Society of Directors of Colon & Rectal Surgery Training Programs

Pennsylvania Medical Society, 1982

Northampton Medical Society, 1982

American Cancer Society, Northampton County, 1986, Chairman Professional Education Committee

Lehigh Valley Cancer Society

Pennsylvania Oncologic Society, 1988

Assyrian Medical Society 2001



Chief of Colon/Rectal Surgery, St. Luke’s Hospital, 1982 - present

Surgery QI Committee, 89-present

GI Committee, 1991-present

Search Committee for Chief of Surgery, St. Luke's Hospital Network, 97-present

Ad Hoc Committee, Surgical Staff Development, St. Luke’s Hospital, 1999 Chairman

Search Committee for Chief of Pathology, St. Luke’s Hospital, 2002-03 Chairman




Clinical Research

Retrospective Reviews:  Operative vs. Nonoperative Management of Acute Diverticulitis


Therapeutic Interventions:  Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping in Staging of Colon Cancer


Patient Controlled Analgesia and Prolonged Postoperative Ileus:  A comparison Between Demands and Continuous Modes (IRB approved)



Steven Esser, M.D.,  W. Terence Reilly, M.D., Lee B. Riley, M.D., Ph. D., Camille Eyvazzadeh, M.D., Stephen Arcona, Ph. D.  The Role of Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping in Staging of Colon and Rectal Cancer.  Dis Colon Rectum 6/2001



Hyperalimentation.  July, 1982, St. Luke's Hospital Medical Staff


Office Proctology.  April 1983, St. Luke's Hospital Medical Staff


Cancer of Colon & Rectum with Prevention.  November 1983, St. Luke's Hospital, General Public and Kiwanis Club


Medical Student Lectures to Temple University Medical Students of Colon & Rectal Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology.


Care of Ostomy Patients.  November, 1984 St. Luke's Hospital Medical Staff


Medical Therapy in the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.  August, 1985, Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis Association


Fertility, Pregnancy, Family Planning and Sexual Function After Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease. June, 1986,  Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis Association


Outpatient Surgery for Anal Diseases.  February, 1988, Sacred Heart Hospital Family Practice Staff


Colorectal Trauma, May, 1988, St. Luke's Hospital Surgical Staff


Evaluation of Anal Function Descensus Syndrome.  September 24, 1992, St. Luke's Hospital OB/GYN Residents


Difference in Diagnosis and Therapy in Crohn's and  Ulcerative Colitis.  September 18, 1992, St. Luke's Hospital GI Lab Nurses


Bowel Surgery/Bowel Technique.  November 10, 1992, Local AORN Meeting


CA of Colon Environment and Genetic Applications.   January 18, 1993, Moravian College, Medical Students


Bowel Surgery.   June 1, 1994, St. Luke's Hospital OR Nurses


Minimal Access Abdominal Colon Surgery.  Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium, St. Luke’s Hospital, October, 1995.


Lower GI Physiology.  St. Luke’s Hospital General Surgery Residency Core Curriculum Lecture Series, January, 1996


Large Bowel Obstruction.  January 20, 1997, St. Luke's Hospital, April 10, 1997, Temple University Medical Students


Approach to Basic Anal Lesions – Diagnosis and Management.  St. Luke’s Hospital General Surgery Residency Core Curriculum Lecture Series, April 1999.



Gradzka, M., Boylan, J., Eyvazzadeh, C., Hemley. S.  Disk Space Infection as a Complication of

Crohn’s Disease.  American College of Physician’s Regional/Scientific Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA   1994.


Maish, M., Eyvazzadeh, C.  Patient Controlled Analgesia and Postoperative Ileus:  A Comparison Between Demand and Continuous Modes.  Scientific Exhibit, Annual Research Symposium, St. Luke’s Hospital, May 1999.


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Eyvazzadeh & Reilly Colon and Rectal Center
406 Delaware Avenue
Bethlehem, PA 18015