James Timothy Riley, M.D

BIOGRAPHY

About James Timothy Riley, M.D

With over two decades of experience, Dr. James Timothy Riley’s medical area of expertise is minimally invasive endovascular surgery, vascular surgery, and cardiovascular surgery. Dr. Riley received his medical degree from Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He is professionally affiliated with multiple hospitals in the New York area, has written numerous medical articles, and has been a presenter at medical conferences including the American College of Surgeons and Society of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Riley specializes in treating peripheral artery disease, vascular malformations, diabetes-related complications, pulmonary emboli, and deep vein thrombosis, as well as other medical areas beyond vascular health.

CERTIFICATIONS
State Medical License, New York
Certification: Board Eligible in Vascular Surger

AFFILIATIONS
The American College of Surgeons
Society of Vascular Surgeons

SPECIALITIES
Endovascular and minimally invasive surgery
General surgery
Vascular surger

AWARDS
Vitals Patients’ Choice Award (2017, 2018)
Vitals On-Time Doctor Award (2017, 2018)
Vitals Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2017, 2018)

EDUCATION

Vascular Surgery Fellowship
Research Fellowship Cardiothoracic Surgery
General Surgery Residency
Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, M.D.
Temple University, B.S

VISIT A VASCULAR SPECIALIST IN NEW YORK CITY
USA Vascular Centers provides expert, patient-focused care in the New York City area. One of our vascular specialists, Dr. Riley, has been committed to improving his patient’s lives through use of minimally invasive vascular treatments. Our AAAHC-accredited clinics in New York City offer high-quality vascular care close to home. If you are at risk or have peripheral artery disease, schedule a consultation with Dr. Riley, who looks forward to guiding you on your wellness journey.

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