Abdul Saied Calvino MD, MPH, FACS earned his medical degree from the University of Panama Medical School and his Master
in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). He completed his general surgery residency at UIC and his surgical oncology fellowship at Roger Williams Medical Center
in Providence, Rhode Island. He is Board Certified in General Surgery and Complex Surgical Oncology. Dr. Saied Calvino clinical interest is in minimally invasive gastrointestinal, hepato- biliary and pancreatic surgery. In his practice, he continually integrates the latest in minimally invasive techniques and surgical technology to provide better outcomes for his patients.
Dr. Calvino has established an active community outreach and cancer navigation program to improve access to surgical care in underserved populations. For the impact of his work on the community, he has received numerous awards and recognitions at the local and national level. Including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Carol Friedman National Award for excellence in addressing cancer care disparities.