Hurley Vascular Center Opening, Adds Two New Surgeons
June 12-Hurley Medical Center is proud to announce the addition of two new Vascular Surgeons joining Hurley Medical Center’s well-recognized team of experts in August, 2012: Babatunde Almaroof, MD and Mohmmed Margni, MD. Local patients diagnosed with vascular conditions no longer have to travel to Ann Arbor or Detroit to receive this level of state-of-the-art care and cutting edge technology. The Hurley Vascular Center opens its doors in August 2012.
Drs. Almaroof and Margni have extensive expertise in the diagnosis and management of aortic, carotid, and peripheral vascular diseases, and will also be performing a wide array of surgical procedures including minimally invasive vascular procedures such as angiography, angioplasty, stenting, atherectomy and thrombolytic therapy.
Dr. Babatunde Almaroof
Dr. Almaroof graduated from University of Lagos, Nigeria with a Medical Degree in 2000. He completed his Internship in General Surgery at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, General Surgery Residency at University of Toledo College of Medicine in Toledo, Ohio, and Fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Eastern Virginia Medical School Division of Vascular Surgery, Norfolk, Virginia.
Dr. Almaroof states, “Hurley Medical Center is an outstanding community teaching hospital and research center of excellence, providing state of the art technology and exceptional patient centered care, around the clock. I’m looking forward to being part of this amazing medical facility and organization.”
Dr. Mohmmed Margni
Dr. Margni , Chief of Vascular Surgery at Hurley Medical Center, received his MBBS degree from the University of Khartoum School of Medicine in Khartoum, Sudan. He completed his Internship at Hurley Medical Center, and Surgical Residency at University of Toledo, Ohio, and is presently a Vascular Surgery Fellow at Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio.
“I am very excited to be part of the Hurley Medical Center family," says Dr. Margni. "As an Intern at Hurley Medical Center, I enjoyed the outstanding clinical experience and education I received from physicians and staff. I look forward to caring for patients who are in need of vascular care, from Genesee County, and beyond.”
Appointments and Directions
Drs. Almaroof and Margni will begin seeing patients in August, 2012 at the Hurley Vascular Center in the ground floor location of the former Hurley Medical Center Emergency Room entrance, located on Patrick Street in Flint.
To make an appointment at the Hurley Vascular Center by phone, please call (810) 262-6555.