Dr. med. Daniela Zeller-Simmerl

Specialist in
specially: General surgery and traumatology
Lines of action
German, English, French

Core competencies

  • Functional and reconstructive coloproctology and pelvic floor surgery: hemorrhoidal disease, anorectal fistulas, anal fissure, rectal prolaps, rectocele, faecal incontinence, chronic constipation
  • Laparoscopic colorectal surgery
  • Moderne surgery for hernia and gallbladder
  • Surgery for varicosis

Professional career

2013 - to date
own Office with Prof. Buchmann, Gladbachstrasse 95, Zurich
Special exam and title in General surgery and traumatology (SGAUC)
Hospitation Pelvic-Floor-Center Regensburg, Prof. A. Fürst
2008 - 2012
Department of Surgery, Stadtspital Triemli Zurich, Prof. U. Metzger, Prof. M. Weber and Prof. A. Platz
2005 - 2008
Department of Surgery, Stadtspital Waid, Prof. P. Buchmann
2004 - 2005
Department of Surgery, Spital Linth, Uznach
2000 - 2004
Department of Surgery, Stadtspital Triemli Zurich
1999 - 2000
Department for Anesthesia and Reanimation, Stadtspital Triemli Zurich
1998 - 1999
Department of Cardiac- and Vascularsurgery, University Hospital Zurich

Further information


  • Multiple publications and presentations at national congresses
  • Non-occlusive mesenteric ischemia (NOMI) associated with early enteral jejunostomy-feeding (D. Zeller, A. Schnider, 96. Jahreskongress der SG für Chirurgie, 2009, Montreux and Jahrestagung der SGI und GESKES, 2011 Interlaken)
  • The PHILOS for complex fractures of the proximal humerus: Is angular stability really the key to better functional results? (D. Zeller, A. Platz, Jahreskongress der SG für Chirurgie 2004, Davos
  • Notfallmässige Bypassoperation nach Tirofiban Behandlung: Ist das Blutungsrisiko erhöht? (D. Zeller, M. Genoni, Jahrestagung der SG für Kardiologie (SGK), 2000, Lausanne)

Practices at

Memberships and partnerships

Society of medical doctors of Switzerland (FMH)
Swiss and German Society of Surgery (SGC, DGC)
Swiss and German Society for Coloproctology

Publications & videos

Events & lectures