Melvin W. Ressler, MD
Dr. Ressler specializes in general surgery using advanced surgical techniques and treatments for patients of all ages. Dr. Ressler says he chose general surgery because, "I love the ability to provide surgical care that has a positive impact on my patient's lives. I consider it an honor to be entrusted with my patient's surgical care and at all times I try to treat patients the same way I would want a member of my family to be treated."
Dr. Ressler graduated from Temple University School of Medicine and completed his residencies at the Blodgett Memorial Medical Center and the Harrisburg Polyclinic Medical Center. He has been board-certified by the American Board of Surgeons since 1997.
Married with 2 children, Dr. Ressler enjoys traveling and scuba diving in his spare time. As a native of Lancaster, PA, he appreciates the weather here and the fact that Gloucester is rural but close to everything.
Melvin D. Schursky, Jr., MD
Dr. Schursky specializes in general surgery. He chose general surgery because he "loves the broad range of surgical care that he provides for all ages at Gloucester Surgery."
General surgery also provides Dr. Schursky with opportunities to continually use the latest in advanced minimally invasive surgical techniques. As he puts it, "My goal is to provide excellent, state-of-the-art care to all patients in our community." He has a special interest in surgical treatments for peripheral vascular disease and venous stasis disease. Dr. Schursky uses a new, minimally invasive procedure to treat varicose veins and their underlying cause with little or no pain.
Dr. Schursky graduated from Temple University School of Medicine and competed a fellowship at the Children's Hospital Boston. He has been board-certified by the American Board of Surgeons since 2009.
Originally from the Philadelphia area, Dr. Schursky and his wife enjoy being outdoors playing golf, fishing, sailing and gardening in their spare time. They particularly enjoy how close and personable everyone in the Gloucester community is.