The Carle Vascular Surgery Residency is a large community hospital training program affiliated with the Carle Illinois College of Medicine. Residents enjoy access to experienced subspecialist faculty in a vibrant residency training system situated in a culturally diverse college town in the heart of Illinois. The program accepted its first class in July 2020. Our residents enjoy an atmosphere of comradery and mentorship that permits early autonomy. The Carle Vascular Surgery Residency is dedicated to equipping its graduates with the skills and knowledge that will position them well to be leaders in vascular surgery.
We educate compassionate, proficient and insightful physicians committed to evidence based patient care and the advancement of the art and science of vascular surgery.
Overall Educational Goals
Residency training in vascular surgery includes hands-on patient care experiences both in and out of the operating room as well as didactic sessions, interactive conferences and simulation. The core curriculum not only provides residents with exposure to the full spectrum of vascular surgery as science, it teaches about the social, economic and political issues that can affect surgical practice.
Ravi Hasanadka, MD
Nikolaos Karagiorgos, MD
Mark Saatzer, MD
Abdur Jamal, MD
Gi-Ann Acosta, MD
Kwame Wiafe, MD
Megan Mann, DO
We appreciate your interest in the Carle Foundation Hospital Vascular Surgery Residency Program. Our program participates in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) and only accepts applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)
A complete application includes: