Mohammed Islam, MD, FACS

located in Midwood, Brooklyn, NY

About Dr. Islam

Areas of Practice:

  • Vascular and Endovascular Surgery with keen interest on Endovascular procedures.

 

Education:

University of Chittagong, Sylhet M.A.G.Osmani Medical College, Bangladesh

1975-1980

 

Post Graduate Training:

Post Doctoral Fellow, Vascular Endovascular Surgery

Arizona Heart Institute, Phoenix Arizona

1995-1996

 

Post Doctoral Fellow, Cardiovascular Surgery

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

1994-1995

 

Chief Resident( PGY-V), General Surgery

NY Presbyterian Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

Weil Cornell Medical College Affilate

1993-1994

 

Resident( PGY I-IV) General Surgery

NY Presbyterian Methodist Hospital,Brooklyn, NY

Weil Cornell Medical College Affiliate

1993-1994

 

Positions and Appointments:

 

Attending Physician, Vascular/Endovenous Surgery

Metro Vascular/ Metro Vein

Forest Hills, N.Y.

4/2018- 3/2020

 

Attending, St.Francis Cardiovascular P.C.

Catholic Health System,Long Island, NY

2018-February 2020

 

Attending, Chief of Vascular Surgery

Indiana Regional Medical Center, Indiana, PA

2011-2018

 

Attending, Vascular Surgery

Lock Haven Hospital, LockHaven, PA

2008-2011

 

Attending, Vascular Surgery

Brookdale University Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y.

1996-2008

 

Attending, Chief of Vascular Surgery

Kingsbrook Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

1996-2008

 

Certifications and Licensure:

  • Certfied, American Board of Surgery
  • Certified Member, Endovascular Surgery Society
  • Diplomate, American Board of Surgery
  • Fellow, American College of Surgeons
  • State Medical Licensure, New York, Pennsylvania.

 

Special Skills:

  • Fellowship trained Vascular Surgeon with keen Interest in Endovascular procedures.
  • Have done a large number of Endovascular and Endovenous procedures including Endovascular Repair of Aortic Aneurysm, Peripheral Angioplasty, Atherectomy, Angioplasty, Stent placement.
  • Have done a large number of Venous ablation for varicosevein by both thermal and non thermal method, Varithena, phlebectomy.
  • Extensive experience in Ileo Caval disease management by Angioplasty, stent placement, Intravascular Ultrasound, selective embolization, Insertion and removal of Vena caval filter.
  • Over last 25 years, I have been  involved in access creation and management for hemodialysis by both both native and non native conduit, Permanent and  temporary catheter placement, Declotting of AV access by chemical as well as mechanical  approach, venous angioplasty, stent placement, serial balloon assisted fistula maturation.
  • I take keen interest in deep venous thrombotic disaease and selective thrombolysis by chemical and mechanical method.
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Areas of Practice:

 

Education:

University of Chittagong, Sylhet M.A.G.Osmani Medical College, Bangladesh

1975-1980

 

Post Graduate Training:

Post Doctoral Fellow, Vascular Endovascular Surgery

Arizona Heart Institute, Phoenix Arizona

1995-1996

 

Post Doctoral Fellow, Cardiovascular Surgery

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

1994-1995

 

Chief Resident( PGY-V), General Surgery

NY Presbyterian Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

Weil Cornell Medical College Affilate

1993-1994

 

Resident( PGY I-IV) General Surgery

NY Presbyterian Methodist Hospital,Brooklyn, NY

Weil Cornell Medical College Affiliate

1993-1994

 

Positions and Appointments:

 

Attending Physician, Vascular/Endovenous Surgery

Metro Vascular/ Metro Vein

Forest Hills, N.Y.

4/2018- 3/2020

 

Attending, St.Francis Cardiovascular P.C.

Catholic Health System,Long Island, NY

2018-February 2020

 

Attending, Chief of Vascular Surgery

Indiana Regional Medical Center, Indiana, PA

2011-2018

 

Attending, Vascular Surgery

Lock Haven Hospital, LockHaven, PA

2008-2011

 

Attending, Vascular Surgery

Brookdale University Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y.

1996-2008

 

Attending, Chief of Vascular Surgery

Kingsbrook Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

1996-2008

 

Certifications and Licensure:

 

Special Skills:


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