Kathleen Raman, MD, Vascular Surgery, Rochester, NY, Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System

KathleenGRamanMD

Vascular Surgery Rochester, NY

Assistant Professor, Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine

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Summary

  • Dr. Kathleen Raman, MD is a vascular surgeon in Rochester, New York. She is currently licensed to practice medicine in New York, Massachusetts, and Missouri. She is affiliated with Strong Memorial Hospital of the University of Rochester, Highland Hospital, and Canandaigua Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Education & Training

  • Washington University
    Washington UniversityFellowship, Vascular Surgery, 2006 - 2007
  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
    University of Pittsburgh Medical CenterResidency, General Surgery, 1998 - 2006
  • Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
    Columbia University College of Physicians & SurgeonsClass of 1998

Certifications & Licensure

  • MA State Medical License
    MA State Medical License 2021 - 2022
  • NY State Medical License
    NY State Medical License 2016 - 2022
  • MO State Medical License
    MO State Medical License 2006 - 2022
  • PA State Medical License
    PA State Medical License 1999 - 2006
  • American Board of Surgery Surgery
  • American Board of Surgery Vascular Surgery

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • CMS Meaningful Use Stage 1 Certification Allscripts Enterprise EHR, Allscripts, 2012
  • Fellow (FACS) American College of Surgeons

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Authored Content

  • IP159. Inpatient Hemodialysis Access Surgery Results in Higher 30-Day and 2-Year Mortality Compared with Outpatient SurgeryMay 2018
  • IP159. Inpatient Hemodialysis Access Surgery Results in Higher 30-Day and 2-Year Mortality Compared with Outpatient SurgeryMay 2018

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