As the residency and fellowship director for Interventional Radiology, I’m passionate about the prevention of amputation and salvaging limbs. Because there are 160,000 amputations performed yearly in the U.S. due to peripheral arterial disease, I’m dedicated to advancing the field to assist in reducing these life-shortening and life-limiting amputations. I’m committed to providing the most innovative and comprehensive blood vessel reconstruction techniques and procedures. I’m an active member in the Critical Limb Ischemia Global Society and am currently striving to establish the most advanced limb salvage program in the region.
I’m also a member of the Society of Interventional Radiology, American College of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America and Greater Kansas City Radiological Society. In my leisure time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, golf, tennis, volleyball, live music and traveling.