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The Herbert Dardik Vascular Fellowship Program at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of its Vascular Fellowship Training Program. Hebert Dardik, MD, Chief of Surgery and Vascular Surgery at Englewood Hospital (pictured) welcomed the crowd, a reunion of past graduates who now practice vascular surgery around the world. 

During the presentations, it was announced that the program has been renamed The Herbert Dardik Vascular Fellowship Program in honor of its esteemed founder.






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Since 1978, the Vascular Fellowship Program at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center has trained an entire generation of world-class vascular surgeons. Hebert Dardik, MD, Chief of Surgery and Vascular Surgery at Englewood Hospital and Fellowship Program Director (center) congratulates current Fellow Alissa Brotman O’Neill, DO, and 2008 Fellowship graduate Raul Ortega, MD at the recent 30th anniversary celebration of the program, at which the program was renamed The Herbert Dardik Vascular Fellowship Program in honor of the program’s founder.



VascFell_Barth_039Englewood Hospital and Medical Center recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of its Vascular Fellowship Training Program with medical staff and alumni from the world-renowned Fellowship program.

Pictured (left to right): Steve Elias, MD, vascular surgeon, Richard Goldweit, MD, Chief of Cardiology, Douglas Duchak, President and CEO of the Medical Center, and Aryeh Shander, MD, Chief of Anesthesiology.