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Carlos J Torres-Medina, MD

Vascular Surgery

Languages Spoken:

English

Gender:

Male

Carlos J Torres-Medina, MD

About Carlos J Torres-Medina, MD

Dr. Torres-Medina earned his medical degree in 2013 from the Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico. He subsequently completed a five-year integrated residency in vascular surgery with Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dr. Torres-Medina is board certified by the American Board of Surgery.

Enjoying the complexity and variety of vascular surgery, Dr. Torres-Medina has special expertise in peripheral arterial disease with a focus on minimally invasive intervention, as well as endovascular aortic repair and complex hemodialysis access creation and management.

Dr. Torres-Medina’s mission is to serve his patients with the dignity and respect they deserve. He is dedicated to doing whatever it takes to treat each person, no matter how difficult or lengthy the process is.

Dr. Torres-Medina is originally from a small, beautiful beach town in Puerto Rico. Today he loves the waters of Hampton Roads, along with its people. Outside of work, Dr. Torres-Medina enjoys fishing, running, surfing and traveling.

Education

Medical: Ponce School of Medicine
Residency: Allegheny General Hospital

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery - Vascular Surgery

Locations

Riverside Vascular Specialists - Newport News

500 J Clyde Morris Boulevard, 603, Newport News, VA 23601

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Phone

757-534-5340

Riverside Vascular Specialists - Gloucester

7544 Hospital Drive, Building A, Suite 202, Gloucester, VA 23061

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757-534-5340

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