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Dr. Lawrence graduated from Dartmouth College and was awarded his M.D. degree with honors from Harvard Medical School. His surgical residency and vascular fellowship were done at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City. In 1978, he joined the faculty at the University of Utah, where he served as chief of surgery at the Veterans Administration Hospital, chair of the Division of Vascular Surgery and president of the medical staff.
Juan Carlos Jimenez, MD is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Vascular Surgery at UCLA in Westwood, California. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1994. He received his medical degree from the University of California, Irvine in 1999. He completed his General Surgery training at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center and is Board Certified in General Surgery and Vascular Surgery by the American Board of Surgery.
Vascular Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 2011
Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 2009
MD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, 2002
Liver Transplantation, UCLA School of Medicine, 1990-1991
Vascular Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, 1988-1990
Surgery, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 1983-1988
MD, Thomas Jefferson University Jefferson Medical College, 1983
Medical Board Certifications
Vascular Surgery, American Board of Surgery, 2015
Surgery, American Board of Surgery, 2013
Harbor - UCLA Medical Center, 2014
UC Irvine Medical Center, 2012
UC Irvine Medical Center, 2011
David A. Rigberg is an Associate Professor of surgery in the Division of Vascular Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He earned his bachelor's degree at the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He completed his internship and residency in general surgery at UCLA, and a fellowship in vascular surgery at UCLA.
Dr. Rollo is a vascular surgeon practicing the full breadth of vascular disease management including treatment of peripheral arterial disease causing claudication and limb threatening ischemia, carotid disease including the use of minimally invasive carotid stenting techniques, treating aortic aneurysms, and managing venous disease with stenting procedures and ablation of varicose veins.
Dr. Woo is an Associate Professor of Surgery at UCLA. She sees patients in the vascular surgery clinic, hyperbaric medicine and the wound care and limb salvage clinic.