Dr. Andrea Hayes-Jordan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatric Surgery at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).
In 2006, she became the first surgeon in North America to successfully perform a high-risk adult surgery called continuous hyperthermic peritoneal perfusion (CHPP) on a pediatric patient with tumors that had spread to the abdomen.
Dr. Hayes-Jordan clinical research program performs several CHPP surgeries each year in adults and children. In addition, Dr. Hayes-Jordan conducts basic science research in her laboratory that focuses for her research is developing ways to prevent, treat and cure patients with pulmonary metastases of sarcomas. Her laboratory supports medical students and general surgery residents.
In practice since 1987, she treats patients up to 25 years old with compassion and dedication, offering every child the latest treatment tailored to the individual.
A resident of Houston, Dr. Hayes-Jordan is married and the mother of two. Her favorite non-work activity is attending Bible study.
Dartmouth Medical School, 1991
University of California Davis Medical Center , 1994
University of California San Francisco, 1996
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, 1999
Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 2002
Dr Hayes-Jordan’s areas of specialty care include pediatric general surgery, surgical oncology, soft tissue sarcoma in children and minimally invasive surgery
Note: Patients are seen at the UTP Pediatric Surgery clinic.