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Dr. William Smead

Surgery - Vascular
Columbus, OH
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I specialize in
Surgery - Vascular
I have been in practice
47 years
I speak
English
My answers and insights have
Helped 50 people
Here are kind words from others
I would highly recommend this surgeon. I travelled 2 hours each way to have his care, because it is simply the best overall I could find. I sought out several recommendations when choosing a vascular surgeon. I had two previous surgeons who moved from my area shortly after performing surgical procedures on me. I inquired with different doctors for a recommendation on who they thought was the best. Hands down each and every doctor recommended I see Dr. William Smead. His expertise is second to none. One should understand he not only performed expert care for the patients, but also teaches and works along side of interns, residents, and fellowes so that they also can learn from the very best. He does not normally do hospital rounds for post op care. That is left to a top notch vascular team who reports to him. His personal nurse does visit each patient in the hospital and reports back to Dr. Smead. On one ocassion he did visit me in my post op room. He is very well aware of the patients condition during
This Thanksgiving, I wanted to share my appreciation for all that you do! Thank you, doctor! :)
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I am located at
Doan Hall N-716
410 W 10th Ave
Columbus , OH 43210

I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
I've published
Use of the splenic and hepatic artery for renal revascularization in patients with atherosclerotic renal artery disease.
Ann Vasc Surg., Jan;11(1):85-9 (1997)
Resection of the internal carotid artery and replacement with greater saphenous vein: a safe procedure for en bloc cancer resections with carotid involvement.
J. Vasc. Surg., May;23(5):775-80; discussion 781-2 (1996)
Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty of tibial arteries for limb salvage in the high-risk diabetic patient.
Ann Vasc Surg., Jan;8(1):48-53 (1994)