The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville

The Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program

The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine Vascular Fellowship Program is an ACMG accredited two-year training program leading to board eligibility for a certification in Vascular Surgery granted by the American Board of Surgery. Our program provides vascular fellows a broad comprehensive experience in all aspects of care for those afflicted with vascular disease. Established 25 years ago, the program has alumni practicing throughout the United States with one third of the graduates active members of academic surgical training programs. The overall first attempt pass rate for both the qualifying and certifying exam is 100% for our graduating fellows over the past five years. The achievements of the program are directly attributable to the dedicated core faculty who are committed to the success of the program as well as the vascular fellows.

The vascular surgery fellowship goals are:

The Aortic Center at the University of Tennessee Medical Center

The Aortic Center at The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a regional referral center designed to provide easy and timely access for the evaluation and treatment of aortic aneurysm sand other abnormalities of the aorta. The center combines unique resources with experienced specialists that provide compassionate care to patients. Our team of surgeons and clinical staff work closely together to ensure the best possible treatment for patients. As the region's preferred hospital for the treatment of aortic disorders, the Center strives to set the standard for quality care.The Aortic Center provides unsurpassed leadership in the care of patients with aneurismal disease and trauma.
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