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Johns Hopkins Medicine On-site

Continuing with our person-centered care model, “Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) On-site” has Johns Hopkins Medicine expert physicians from a wide range of specialties share their expertise during ongoing medical rotations on the ground at JHAH, from reviewing cases, providing patient consultations, and performing surgeries for our patients.

Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy - Dr. James Black

Johns Hopkins Medicine Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy expert,  Dr. James Hamilton Black, will join the JHAH Vascular Surgery Program on surgical rotation from April 2 to 4, 2019.

Our surgeons at Johns Hopkins Aramaco Healthcare (JHAH) treat a number of artery and vein diseases, from aneurysm or dissection of the aorta, to the narrowing or occlusion of vessels such as the carotid or the lower-extremity arteries. We also provide diabetic foot care, limb-salvage procedures, and consultations if you are suffering from renal failure and are in need of hemodialysis.

Dr. James Hamilton Black

Chief of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy Division at Johns Hopkins Hospital

Dr. Black joined the surgical faculty of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2004. He completed his General Vascular Surgery Fellowship in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital and received his General Surgery Training in the Halsted General Surgery Training Program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. In addition to his interest with open surgical reconstruction of carotid, extremity and complex aortic disease, he aggressively pursues the application of minimally invasive endovascular technologies for patients with aortic aneurysms and aortic dissection, occlusive disease of the carotid, renal, mesenteric, and lower extremity arteries. His research interests include the cellular and molecular events underpinning the development of aortic catastrophe in both atherosclerotic and connective tissue disorders, as well as diagnosis of aortic dissection and malperfusion syndromes.


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