James H. McClenathan, MD, FACS

Professor, (Clinical Scholar Track, non-tenure)

James H. McClenathan, MD, FACS

Professor, (Clinical Scholar Track, non-tenure)

James H. McClenathan, MD is a Professor with the University of Arizona Department of Surgery, Division of General Surgery.  He is a Diplomat, Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery. Dr. McClenathan received his Medical Degree from George Washington University, School of Medicine in Washington, D.C.  He completed his surgical training at Stanford University Hospital in Stanford, California. In addition, he completed special Fellowship training at the National Health Institute, Heart and Lung Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. 
Before joining the University of Arizona in 2008, Dr. McClenathan was affiliated with Stanford University Hospital and the Kaiser Permanente Hospital Group in Santa Clara, California.  At Kaiser Permanente, he also held the appointment of Chief of Surgery. Dr. McClenathan has received numerous teaching awards and is very active with the Department of Surgery Medical Student Program and the General Surgery Residency Program.  He is a great mentor to our up and coming graduates.
Dr. McClenathan specializes in the practice of General Surgery specifically in Soft Tissue Masses, Breast Surgery and Gallbladder Removal and other General Laparoscopic procedures.

Research Interests: 

Burkitt's lymphoma
Surgical education

Degrees
  • MD: George Washington University, 1972
Residency
  • Stanford University Hospital, 1979
Internship
  • University of Michigan, 1974
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Surgery