I joined Wake Forest Baptist Health in 2014 after completing my training in General Surgery at Emory University in Atlanta, GA followed by a Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Fellowship at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. I am an Associate Professor of Surgery and also serve the Director of the Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Our hospital and community are committed to providing excellent patient care. I have loved being part of this mission and I treat my patients like family. I see patients at the Winston-Salem and High Point Campuses. My clinical practice includes prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of vascular surgery pathologies and its complications including arterial aneurysms, endoleak treatment, aorto-iliac occlusive disease, mesenteric and reno-vascular disease, infected arterial grafts, peripheral arterial disease, and carotid disease. My academic interests and research focuses are renovascular and mesenteric disease, aroto-iliac occlusive disease, infected arterial grafts and surgical education, leadership and diversity and inclusion.