“I enjoy surgery because it allows me to provide my patients with immediate solutions to their healthcare concerns. My interest in medicine began in high school when I was given the opportunity to watch a surgery. It was at that moment that I knew I wanted to pursue a career as a surgeon. However, it wasn’t until during my surgical training that I developed an interest in bariatric surgery, as I realized what a potent and life-changing tool it can be for patients.”

Board Certification

  • General Surgery

Area of Expertise

  • Bariatric Surgery



University of Nebraska Medical Center
Minimally Invasive, Bariatric Surgery
Omaha, NE


University of Kentucky Medical Center
General Surgery
Lexington, KY


University of Texas Medical Branch
General Surgery
Galveston, TX

Medical School

Baylor College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Houston, TX

Undergraduate School

Wheaton College
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Summa Cum Laude
Wheaton, IL

Hospitals Affiliated With

Arlington Memorial Hospital
Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center
Baylor Surgicare at Mansfield
Kindred Hospital Mansfield
Las Colinas Medical Center
Medical Center of Arlington
Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Methodist Mansfield Medical Center
Paragon Surgery Center
Texas Health Resources Harris Methodist Southwest
Texas Health Heart and Vascular Hospital
USMD Hospital at Arlington

Professional Associations

American College of Surgeons
Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons


“Emergent cholecystostomy is superior to open cholecystectomy in extremely ill patients with acalculous cholecystitis: a large multicenter outcome study.” The American Journal of Surgery (2013): Simorov, A., Ranade, A., Parcells, J., Shaligram, A., Shostrom, V., Boilesen, E., Goede, M., Oleynikov, D.

“Abdominal versus Perineal Approach for Treatment of Rectal Prolapse: Comparable Safety in a Propensity-matched Cohort.” The American Journal of Surgery (2013): Mustain, W. C., Davenport, D. L., Parcells, J. P., Vargas, H. D., Hourigan, J. S.

“Using antimicrobial solution for irrigation in appendicitis to lower surgical site infection rates.” The American Journal of Surgery (2009): Parcells, J.P., Mileski, J.P., Gnagy, F.T., Haragan, A.F., Mileski, W.J.


Jeremy P. Parcells, MD is a Texas Health Care surgeon practicing in Mansfield. Dr. Parcells was born in Omaha, Nebraska and moved to San Diego as a child. His journey in medicine began at Wheaton College in Illinois, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Biology. He then relocated to Texas to attend Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where he earned his medical degree.

Dr. Parcells completed his internship in General Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, followed by a residency at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. He also completed a fellowship in minimally invasive and bariatric surgery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Dr. Parcells is experienced in performing minimally invasive and bariatric surgical procedures and is a practicing surgeon with privileges at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, Baylor Surgicare of Mansfield, USMD Hospital in Arlington and Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital.

He is board certified in general surgery by the American Board of Surgery and the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery. Dr. Parcells also specializes in Bariatric Surgery. He is a member of the American College of Surgeons and the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons.

Dr. Parcells and his wife, who works as a pediatrician, live in Irving with their sons. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family, working out and watching sports, especially Chargers football.