Dr. Dattani met his wife, a Boise native, as a medical student while completing rotations in New York City. After completing his residency at the University of Saskatchewan—a large teaching hospital and level 1 trauma center—and a Robotic Colorectal Surgery fellowship in Tampa, Florida, he and his wife returned to Boise, where just two weeks into colorectal practice at Saint Alphonsus, his daughter was born.
During residency, Dr. Dattani had the privilege of working at many highly regarded academic teaching centers, such as Mount Sinai in Toronto, Canada and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where he published research on J Pouch Outcomes. He also spent time in Boise, meeting and working with his mentors, and is now honored to have joined them in practice.
Dr. Dattani enjoys living and caring for patients in Idaho. He is passionate about the patient experience and empowering patients to be actively involved in their own care. Dr. Dattani incorporates modern surgical techniques, evidence-based medicine and a patient-first approach to meet patients where they are and educate, support and advocate for them throughout their experience.
Additionally, Dr. Dattani holds the following academic titles, Clinical Assistant Professor in the UW Department of Surgery, Assistant Professor of Colorectal Surgery, Idaho COM, and Idaho State University, Affiliate Faculty Status. He is actively involved in teaching and surgical education.