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G. Brandon Millick, MD

Primary Location
Schneck Surgical Associates Schneck Professional Bldg., Level 5,
411 W. Tipton St.
Seymour, IN 47274
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About

Dr. Brandon Millick performs all areas of general surgery and specializes in minimally invasive robotic techniques including anti-reflux procedures for GERD, hernia repair, bariatric surgery, and endoscopic procedures. In addition, he is also trained in various thoracic procedures.

Education:

Residency - General Surgery

St. Vincent Hospital

Internship - Family Medicine

Union Hospital

Internship - Surgery

Indiana University School of Medicine

Medical School

Indiana University School of Medicine


Undergraduate

Master of Science—Biology

Purdue School of Science

Bachelor of Arts—Biology

Purdue School of Science

Associate of Science—Nursing

Excelsior College


Joined Schneck Medical Center Staff in 2016

Board Certified General Surgeon

Get to Know Dr. Millick!

Dr. Brandon Millick offers some of the most advanced surgical procedures available today, and he loves helping patients feel better. Watch this short video and get to know Dr. Millick and hear his responses to our Q&A below!

"Dr. Brandon Millick is an excellent practitioner and a great communicator. He is very easy to talk to, straightforward in his communications, and very personable. Schneck Medical Center is very fortunate to have him on staff."

~Noel - Schneck Surgical Associates Patient

“I grew up in Linton, Indiana. In high school and college, I participated in football, basketball, volleyball, and swimming. I also enjoyed playing the piano, trumpet, bass guitar and singing.”

“I love to play all types of sports, especially basketball and volleyball. I also enjoy playing music and singing.”

“Honestly, it wasn’t until after I had become an RN and started practicing. I was intrigued by medicine and science and quickly realized I wanted more. Initially, I started in family medicine and my internship year was an amazing experience that gave me great insight into the depth and breadth of medicine. Through performing multiple procedures such as cesarean sections, I realized that my passion was surgery. I’m especially good with my hands and under pressure, so surgery was an excellent fit. I was then accepted into surgical training in Indianapolis and began my journey.”

“I enjoy being able to play a small part in the lives of others. I’ve been blessed with the ability to use my hands as a vessel of healing. There are few things better in life than telling a patient’s loved ones that a surgery was successful. Just knowing I was able to touch their lives makes the sacrifice worth it.”

“I had to operate on a young person for a very rare, difficult to diagnose condition. The patient was dying, and in the surgery suite we transfused a total of about 40 units of blood. The surgery was very complex, but I was able to stop the bleeding and successfully complete the operation. The patient survived with a 100% recovery. The smile that was on the patient’s face when we met in my office a month later reminded me of why we do what we do.”

“I was amazed at the level of camaraderie among the staff and the dedication that the hospital has to high quality care. I want to be a part of Schneck because this is a place where I would take my loved ones, without hesitation. I want to be a part of that heritage.”

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