Marcus D. Darrabie, MD, is board certified in general surgery and surgical critical care. He specializes in the management of critically ill and postoperative patients, including trauma victims. Dr. Darrabie provides expert critical care medicine diagnoses and treats and supports patients with multiple organ dysfunction. Additionally, he also performs elective, minimally invasive laparoscopic, and open procedures. His outstanding credentials include his medical degree from Duke University. Dr. Darrabie completed his surgical residency and advanced fellowship training in critical care at Duke, where he was twice awarded the Duke University School of Medicine Appleseed Resident Teaching Award. He went on to complete an additional surgical critical care fellowship at the University of Florida. Dr. Darrabie serves as an instructor of surgery at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and Florida State College of Medicine. He is an active researcher and widely published in the field of critical care medicine.