Mission Statement

Our physician and staff are dedicated to providing all of our patients with quality surgical care using proven and innovative surgical techniques. Our compassionate muti-lingual staff and surgeons seek to make our patients each feel like they have received a “VIP” experience. 

As surgical specialists, we strive for successful outcomes and high levels of patient satisfaction.

We strive for better quality of life for our patients through the least invasive techniques that result in a quick return to normal function and lifestyle.

We focus on making all of our patients feel welcome, as if they are a member of our “Premier”  family.

Dr. Jarrod P. Kaufman

The Doctor

Dr. Jarrod P. Kaufman is a surgeon and Founding Member of Premier Surgical & Premier Vein Center in Brick, New Jersey. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at Temple University School of Medicine and a Clinical Affiliated Faculty at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. He has extensive experience in general surgery, including advanced laparoscopy, complex hernia repair, and chronic venous insufficiency.

Dr. Kaufman received his Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel and is board certified by the American Board of Surgery. He is an active member in multiple surgical societies, including the American College of Surgeons (ACS), the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), and the Americas Hernia Society (AHS).

Dr. Kaufman has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented at meetings internationally. He also has been invited as a guest speaker and lecturer at multiple hospitals, health centers, and symposia. Dr. Kaufman is presently on the editorial boards of Contemporary Surgery and Hernia, as well as numerous other journals.


Published Works

Dr. Kaufman has published numerous articles and serves as a member of the editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals.

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Media, Accolades & Publications

Dr. Kaufman has received several awards in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the medical community including:

  • NJ Top Doctor – NJ Monthly Magazine, 2011
  • Kimball Medical Center Foundation Appoints Physicians to Board, 2/15/08
  • Recipient of the outstanding achievement award from the ACoS for service in 2008.
  • CLP outstanding achievement award from the ACoS, 2007
  • Dr. Jarrod Kaufman named cancer liaison physician, 10/5/06
  • 2003 Letter to the Editor-Re: Current Treatment of Clostridium difficile- Colitis Jarrod P. Kaufman, 2003
  • 2001 Three cases of a small bowel intussusception in relation to a rare lesion: Inflammatory fibrous polyps. Digestive Surgery 2001 Vol. 18 (2) pg.142-6 Jonathan S. Zager, JP Shaw, Jarrod P Kaufman, G DeNoto, 2001
  • Pneumothorax after nasoenteral feeding tube placement. Jarrod P Kaufman M.D., WB Hughes M.D., MD Kerstein M.D. American Surgeon 2001, Aug; 67(8): 772-3, 2001
  • Laparoscopic appendectomy for Crohns disease of the appendix presenting as acute appendicitis., 2001
  • Letter to the editor; Re: Clinical characteristics of antibiotic usage in surgical patients with Clostridium difficile- associated diarrhea The American Surgeon; March 2000; pg. 315. Jarrod P Kaufman, NZ Carp , LL Livornese, 2000
  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy during pregnancy: three case reports; Journal of the Society of Laparoscopic Surgery Themis Chamogeorgakis, E. LoMenzo, RD Smink, B. Feurstein, M Fantazzio, Jarrod Kaufman, EJ Brennan, R. Russell, 1998
  • Youngest member ever to be named to the Foundation Board of Directors at KMC.

Speaking Engagements

Coming Soon!

Dr. Kaufman routinely speaks on topics of medical interest. Please check back soon for more information.

Patient Reviews

To read more reviews about Dr. Kaufman, please visit Vitals and/or Healthgrades.


Dr. Kaufman has a tremendous sense of community and feels that it’s crucial to be a part of the bigger picture of medicine in the communities in which you practice. As such, he is an active member of the medical community, currently serving on numerous hospital and medical association committees.