Vascular/Vascular Surgery

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Peter Dovgan

Peter Dovgan, MD

Health First Cape Canaveral Hospital & Holmes Regional


Peter Dovgan, MD, is board-certified in general surgery and vascular surgery.

Dr. Dovgan earned his medical degree from Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska. He also completed his residency at Creighton and a fellowship in vascular surgery at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.

Irfan Imami
Irfan Imami, MD

Health First Cape Canaveral, Holmes Regional & Palm Bay Hospitals


Irfan Imami, MD is board-certified in vascular surgery and general surgery.

Dr. Imami received his medical degree from Rosalind Franklin University in Chicago. He completed a surgical internship at University of Florida in Jacksonville and completed a fellowship in vascular surgery at the Henry Ford Hospital Surgical Program in Michigan.

Roger Moccia
Roger Moccia, MD

Health First Holmes Regional


Dr. Moccia earned his bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. After earning his degree, Dr. Moccia worked in the engineering industry for a few years before returning to school to pursue a career in medicine. After completing a year of post baccalaureate study he performed clinical research on Pancreatic Cancer and Sarcoma at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He was published in Annals of Surgery prior to attending medical school.

Dr. Moccia attended medical school at St. George's University School of Medicine and graduated in the top 1% of his class in May of 2000. He then became a resident at Albany Medical College and completed his General Surgery Residency in June 2005. He continued on at Albany Medical College for another two years to complete his Vascular Surgery Fellowship. After completing his fellowship, he and his family moved to Greenville, South Carolina to join a colleague and mentor in a large group practice. After nearly seven years of service in Greenville, he decided to relocate to Florida and continue his career as a Vascular Surgeon in Melbourne.

Dr. Moccia is Board Certified in both General and Vascular Surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is a member of the American Medical Association, Greenville Medical Society, Florida Medical Society and the American College of Surgeons.

His interests include advanced minimally invasive treatment of Peripheral Vascular Disease. This includes angioplasty, stent placement, atherectomy and thrombolysis for symptoms of claudication and limb salvage. If a patient requires open surgery, he has performed numerous open surgical bypasses. His interests also include minimally invasive and open surgical treatment of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. Dr. Moccia has many areas of expertise among which include stroke prevention with carotid endarterectomy, treatment of venous disorders and hemodialysis access surgery.

Fuad Ramadan
Fuad Ramadan, MD

Health First Holmes Regional & Palm Bay Hospital


Fuad Ramadan, MD is board-certified in vascular surgery, general surgery and surgical critical care. He is fellowship-trained in vascular surgery and surgical critical care & trauma. He is also a Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) and a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI). His professional interests include state-of-the-art minimally invasive arterial and venous procedures, hybrid vascular reconstructions, angioplasty and stent placement, limb salvage, venous disease, modern treatment of varicose and spider veins and non-invasive vascular diagnosis.

Dr. Ramadan earned his medical degree with distinction from the American University of Beirut. He completed his residency in general surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill followed by accredited fellowships in vascular surgery and in critical care & trauma. He spent almost ten years in academics teaching medical students and surgical residents the art and science of Vascular Surgery achieving the rank of Associate Professor and Chief of Vascular Surgery before entering private practice. He has published several research and clinical articles in peer reviewed journals and surgical textbooks and presented at several national meetings. Dr. Ramadan has been in practice in Melbourne since 2003. He is the Chief of Vascular Surgery and the Medical Director of the Non-invasive Vascular Laboratory at Holmes Regional Medical Center and a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Central Florida.

Mark Rosenbloom
Mark Rosenbloom, MD

Health First Holmes Regional & Palm Bay Hospital


Mark Rosenbloom, MD is board-certified in vascular surgery.

Dr. Rosenbloom's specialties include minimally invasive procedures using catheters, angioplasty balloons, and stents. He is trained in newer approaches for vascular disease including the use of stents for treatment of carotid arteries in the neck, expanded use of angioplasty, and stents in the leg arteries, and less invasive procedures to repair aneurysms in the aorta.

Dr. Rosenbloom also does treatments of varicose and spider veins in an office setting with local anesthesia.

Dr. Rosenbloom earned his medical degree from State University of New York Upstate Medical College in Syracuse, where he also completed his residency. He is also fellowship trained in vascular surgery from the University of Illinois in Chicago. He is also a member of the Society for Vascular Surgery, the American College of Surgeons, Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, Peripheral Vascular Society, Eastern Vascular Society, Florida Vascular Society and the American College of Phlebology, and served as the chief of vascular surgery at Health First Holmes Regional Medical Center and currently the Chairman of the Department of Surgery.

Joseph Wasselle
Joseph Wasselle, MD

Health First Holmes Regional & Palm Bay Hospital


Joseph Wassell, MD, is board-certified in surgery and vascular surgery.

Dr. Wasselle earned his medical degree from University of South Florida College of Medicine. He also completed his residency in general surgery and vascular surgery and his fellowship training at the University of South Florida College of Medicine.


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