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Issam Koleilat, MD, Vascular Surgery, Toms River, NJ, Community Medical Center

IssamKoleilatMD

Vascular Surgery Toms River, NJ

Assistant Professor, Albert Einstein/Montefiore

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Education & Training

  • Prisma Health Greenville Memorial Hospital
    Prisma Health Greenville Memorial HospitalFellowship, Vascular Surgery, 2013 - 2015
  • Albany Medical Center
    Albany Medical CenterResidency, Surgery, 2008 - 2013
  • Albany Medical College
    Albany Medical CollegeClass of 2008

Certifications & Licensure

  • NJ State Medical License
    NJ State Medical License 2016 - 2023
  • NY State Medical License
    NY State Medical License 2015 - 2024
  • SC State Medical License
    SC State Medical License 2013 - 2023
  • American Board of Surgery Surgery
  • American Board of Surgery Vascular Surgery

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Fellow Society for Vascular Surgery
  • Fellow (FACS) American College of Surgeons

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Journal Articles

  • Trends in Sex and Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Applicants to Surgery Residency and Fellowship Programs  
    Evan Lipsitz, John Denesopolis, Issam Koleilat, JAMA Surgery

Authored Content

  • Trends in Sex and Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Applicants to Surgery Residency and Fellowship ProgramsMay 2020
  • Gender Disparities in Academic Vascular SurgeonsFebruary 2020
  • Gender Disparities in Academic Vascular SurgeonsFebruary 2020
  • Is Our Approach to Trainee Selection Outdated?June 2019
  • Is Our Approach to Trainee Selection Outdated?June 2019
  • Surgeons Aren’t Born Jerks, They Are Made That WayJune 2019
  • Surgeons Aren’t Born Jerks, They Are Made That WayJune 2019
  • Little Things Go a Long Way in Health Care ReformMay 2019
  • Little Things Go a Long Way in Health Care ReformMay 2019
  • Little Things Go a Long Way in Health Care ReformMay 2019
  • 7 Ways to Reap the Benefits of a Universal Health Care SystemApril 2019
  • 7 Ways to Reap the Benefits of a Universal Health Care SystemApril 2019
  • Our Health Care “System” Is Not Really a SystemApril 2019
  • Our Health Care “System” Is Not Really a SystemApril 2019
  • “Multidisciplinary” Shouldn’t Be Only for the LiteratureJanuary 2019
  • “Multidisciplinary” Shouldn’t Be Only for the LiteratureJanuary 2019
  • No One Dies Missing Any LifeDecember 2018
  • No One Dies Missing Any LifeDecember 2018
  • 7 Pro-Tips for Your Electronic Mockery Record (EMR)November 2018
  • 7 Pro-Tips for Your Electronic Mockery Record (EMR)November 2018
  • Should Physician Compensation Structure Be Public Knowledge?October 2018
  • Offering Assent in (Un-)Informed ConsentSeptember 2018
  • Offering Assent in (Un-)Informed ConsentSeptember 2018
  • When a Patient Only Wants the AttendingAugust 2018
  • The Opioid Epidemic Is NOT About OpioidsJuly 2018
  • Why Do Vascular Surgeons Get Sued? Analysis of Claims and Outcomes in Malpractice LitigationMay 2018
  • The Resident Pain ScaleMay 2018
  • The Resident Pain ScaleMay 2018
  • “All Eyes on Me, I Had to Decide”April 2018
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Press Mentions

  • The Resident Pain Scale
    The Resident Pain ScaleMay 10th, 2018
  • “All Eyes on Me, I Had to Decide”
    “All Eyes on Me, I Had to Decide”April 3rd, 2018
  • Should Toe Amputation Be Delayed in Diabetic Patients with Osteomyelitis?
    Should Toe Amputation Be Delayed in Diabetic Patients with Osteomyelitis?November 29th, 2018
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Professional Memberships

Other Languages

  • Arabic

Hospital Affiliations