Julie Gilkeson, MD, FACS, is a board-certified, fellowship trained vascular surgeon. She moved into the Dayton area in 2012 after graciously accepting an offer to join Dayton Surgeons Inc., a surgical practice that has been in Dayton since 1952. She is a highly skilled and experienced vascular surgeon who is compassionate and dedicated to the care of her patients. She is deeply involved in the education of medical students and surgical residents at Wright State University School of Medicine with the designation of Associate Clinical Professor. She performs hours of charitable surgery without hesitation.
SCOPE OF SERVICE
Dr. Gilkeson performs open and endovascular peripheral vascular surgeries with special interest in limb salvage. Arterial procedures involve the internal carotid arteries, the abdominal aorta, the internal abdominal arterial system and all the arterial branches into the arms and legs, down to the toes. The venous system mimics the arterial system. She also performs the construction of arteriovenous fistulae and placement of peritoneal catheters for dialysis patients.
PHILOSOPHY OF CARE
Dr. Gilkeson is dedicated to early intervention in vascular disease to prevent loss of limb. Every toe is important. Medical management of vascular disease is her compassion with surgical intervention when necessary. Patients remain her patients lifelong.
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
2012, Fellowship, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine
2010, Residency, University of Minnesota and University of Flordia
2005, Internship, Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL
2004, Doctorate of Medicine, Loma Linda University School of Medicine , Loma Linda, OH
Society of Vascular Surgeons, Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society, American College of Surgeons, Society of Women Vascular Surgeons, American Medical Society
Medical staff member of: Kettering Medical Center, Sycamore Medical Center, Ft. Hamilton Hospital, Greene Memorial Hospital, Soin Medical Center, Southview Medical Center, Grandview Medical Center