Vascular Surgery Residency

Overview

The Vascular Surgery residency program was established in 1997 by Dr. Irving L. Kron and is recognized as one of the top clinical residency programs in the country. Our current vascular surgery program director is Dr. Megan Tracci. The vascular surgery residency program is two continuous years (2) of clinical training in adult vascular and endovascular surgery. All of the vascular surgery training is based at the University of Virginia Medical Center. At the completion of clinical training, residents are eligible for certification by the American Board of Surgery with specialty in Vascular Surgery.

Curriculum

The primary focus of the Vascular Surgery Residency program is on operative and endovascular experiences for the resident along with early and increased autonomy as they gain experience in treating vascular surgical patients.

Program Graduates

We are very proud of the vascular surgeons who have received their education and training at the University of Virginia. Below we list all the residents who have completed the program since 1998, along with their current employer

Current Residents

We participate in the vascular surgical match coordinated through the NRMP. We have (2) two positions annually and accept applications via the ERAS system.