Surround Yourself with Excellence
The Jobst Vascular Institute Vascular Surgery Fellowship at ProMedica Toledo Hospital integrates vascular surgery, endovascular training, hands-on vascular laboratory experience, and computer-aided vascular imaging. The 24-month program is approved by the Residency Review Committee of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Our program has close academic associations with the Section of Vascular Surgery at the University of Michigan and the University of Toledo Medical Center. Our Vascular Surgery Fellows participate in the University of Michigan vascular conferences, journal clubs and basic science conferences.
The goals of resident training at the Jobst Vascular Institute include high-volume surgical experience, credentialing-qualified endovascular skills (Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation, Registered Vascular Technology) and clinical research achievement.
The Jobst Vascular Institute staff, performing more than 2,000 vascular procedures annually, has six vascular surgeons and five interventional radiologists, five full-time study coordinators, vascular nurse specialists, a computer graphic specialist and a medical writer. Advanced facilities include dedicated vascular operating rooms, endovascular surgery suite, a research-level vascular laboratory performing more than 720,000 noninvasive studies annually, and a busy vascular rehabilitation program.
The fellowship prepares graduates for careers in academic vascular surgery or private practice. Fellows have the opportunity to develop research projects; present at regional, national and international medical meetings; and explore the wonders of the Great Lakes region. Our fellowship program allows you to meet your professional goals while training in a center of excellence at ProMedica Toledo Hospital.
Program Director: Anthony J. Comerota, MD, FACS, FACC