Graduate Medical Education

Vascular Surgery Fellowship

Fellowship Vascular

The Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program

The Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Division at St. Luke’s University Health Network offers a traditional 5+2 fellowship track and was approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) in September of 2019. Our network provides a robust educational experience with an expansive reach across 15 campuses and more than 300 ambulatory sites.

Our faculty is composed of 9 fellowship trained vascular surgeons and 12 fellowship trained interventional radiologists, all deeply committed to achieving excellent patient outcomes and providing a well-rounded training program in a team-based multidisciplinary setting. Vascular surgery fellows have the opportunity to learn from attendings trained across the country from multiple institutions. Upon completion of the program, the fellow will be able to demonstrate competency in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of all vascular pathology, both in the inpatient and outpatient setting.

Key highlights of St. Luke’s University Health Network include:

  • A fully integrated Epic ambulatory and inpatient EMR
  • Temple/St. Luke’s Medical School and medical/surgical training for more than 400 GME Residents and Fellows yearly
  • A CMS 5 Star Hospital and an IBM Watson Top 100 Major Teaching Hospital (5 years in a row)
  • Pennsylvania’s largest trauma network and award-winning Level I Trauma Center and tertiary care facility (Bethlehem campus)
  • The official “International Show Site for GE Medical Imaging” and the first U.S. installation of the Discovery Hybrid OR (Bethlehem campus, 2011) with a second Discovery Hybrid OR at Allentown campus
  • Multiple Discovery IR/Vascular suites and a bi-plane Neuro-Interventional room with upcoming plans for expansion across several campuses
  • More than 17 Accredited Vascular Labs performing over 100 studies daily
  • A robust aortic surgery program ranked “high performing” in the US News & World Report for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm repair (2020)