Brandon C. Rabeler, MD, earned his MD from the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s College of Medicine, completed his residency in general surgery at Baylor University Medical Center (Baylor Dallas), is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery in general surgery and surgical critical care, and holds additional certifications in basic life support, advanced cardiac life support, and advanced trauma life support.
During his residency, Dr. Rabeler was awarded a scholarship for academic performance to attend the 2010 Southwestern Surgical Congress and was the only physician among 50 other Baylor Dallas employees presented with the Fab 50 Award for outstanding attention to patient safety in 2011.
Currently, Dr. Rabeler is a surgeon in general, trauma, and critical care surgery at the Level I Trauma Center at Baylor Dallas. In addition to treating patients in hospital, Dr. Rabeler also sees patients on an outpatient basis at Urgent Surgery Associates, PA, which is a private practice group that partners with Baylor Dallas to provide general, acute care, and trauma surgery services to Baylor Dallas in-patients, as well as follow-up outpatient care once those patients are discharged from Baylor Dallas.
In addition to caring for his patients, Dr. Rabeler has also been an author on several peer-reviewed publications on varying aspects of healthcare.
University of Nebraska Medical Center’s College of Medicine at Lincoln, Nebraska
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Basic Life Support
General Surgery by the American Board of Surgery
Surgical Critical Care by the American Board of Surgery
Texas Medical Board (with current DEA and DPS registrations)
American College of Surgeons
Dallas County Medical Society
Texas Medical Association
Steen S, Rabeler B, Fisher T, Arnold D. Predictive factors for early postoperative hypocalcemia after surgery for primary hyperparathyroidism. Proceedings (Baylor University Medical Center). 2009 Apr; 22(2):124-127.
Li YF, Jackson KL, Stern JE, Rabeler B, Patel KP. Interaction between glutamate and GABA systems in the integration of sympathetic outflow by the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 2006 Dec;291(6):H2847-56. Epub 2006 Jul 28.
Rabeler B, Li YF, Patel KP. Paraventricular nucleus mediated sympathetic outflow: Role of glutamate and GABA systems. Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 17: A504, 2003.
Li YF, Vollmer A, Rabeler B, Patel KP. Inhibitor effect of NO on AT1 receptor expression in neuronal cells. Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 18, 2004.