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Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program

The ACGME accredited fellowship in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery within Jefferson’s Department of Surgery is designed to train future vascular surgeons.

The field of vascular surgery has undergone significant changes in the last decade, mostly involving the institution of minimally invasive endovascular surgical techniques. The members of the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Jefferson, led by Dr. Paul DiMuzio, have incorporated these techniques into their practice, including carotid artery stenting, endovascular aortic aneurysm repair and many of the various ways to treat peripheral vascular disease through a percutaneous approach. 

As our population ages, the need has arisen for more trainees to treat peripheral vascular disease. The Fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Jefferson has been accredited to train two fellows each year. The Fellowship lasts a total of two years, and involves training at both Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Methodist Hospital.

Interested candidates must intend to complete a five-year categorical general surgery training program prior to enrollment. Information can be obtained by contacting Dr. DiMuzio, the Program Director, at (215) 955-8304.

Information can be obtained by calling
(215) 955-8304

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