Richie Goriparthi, MD, MSc, FACS, FASMBS

  • Bariatrics
  • General Surgery
  • Robotic-Assisted Surgery
  • HRMG - Hannibal
    6500 Hospital Drive
    Hannibal, MO 63401
  • Phone(573) 629-3500
Primary Care Provider
Accepting New Patients


Medical Education

Master of Science (MSc) in ‘Surgical Skills and Sciences’ (Distinction awarded). September 2011- September 2012. University of London, Queen Mary, London, United Kingdom

Doctor of Medicine (MD) -General Physician. September 2005-June 2011
Zaporozhye State Medical University, Ukraine


Brown University, Providence, RI- 2017-2020. PGY3-PGY5 General Surgery

Western Michigan University, Michigan- 2016-2017. PGY2 General Surgery

Lenox Hill Hospital, New York – 2015-16. PGY1 General Surgery


Bariatric and Robotic Surgery-Thomas Jefferson University, Abington Memorial Hospital, Pennsylvania. 2020-2021

Board Certification

American Board of Surgery

Related News

Robotic Surgery Results in a Better Life

Becky Buckman of Stoutsville, MO had struggled with extreme acid reflux and heartburn for 16 years following an accident which led to abdominal trauma. Becky’s daughter is a nurse at Hannibal Regional Medical Group and they were discussing her symptoms when Dr. Richie Goriparthi’s name was suggested. Dr. Goriparthi is a general and robotic surgeon with Hannibal Regional Medical Group and Becky decided to schedule a consultation with him.

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Robotic Surgery Helps Hannibal Resident Recover Faster

Robotic surgery procedures often lead to quicker recovery, less pain, and shorter hospital stays. Hannibal resident Blane Mundle recently had a robotic cholecystectomy, recovered quickly, and was able to get back to what he enjoys. When Blane woke up in the middle of the night with intense pain and vomiting he decided to head to the Emergency Room at Hannibal Regional. After initial testing, it was discovered that Blane had over 20 gallstones and would need to have his gallbladder removed.

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