"I am committed to providing high-quality, individualized care for my patients."
Dr. Hall performs the full range of vascular procedures, allowing her to offer the most appropriate therapy for each patient. She treats vascular disease affecting the aorta, visceral vessels, extremities (PAD) and carotid arteries. She performs both traditional and minimally invasive surgery for aneurysms, arterial blockages and carotid stenosis. She also performs surgery for vascular access including catheters, fistulas and grafts for dialysis. In addition, Dr. Hall has a special focus on venous disease including minimally invasive therapy for varicose veins.
Dr. Hall received her bachelor's degree in Biology at Boston College. She then went on to earn her medical degree from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine. She completed her surgical residency at Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital, where she worked as a mentor for female medical students within the Women in Medicine Mentor Program. Dr. Hall then completed a fellowship at the University of Chicago, where she also served as a mentor and educator for the Society for Vascular Surgery. While a Clinical Associate at the University of Chicago, she won an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Department of Surgery.
Dr. Hall is a board-certified Vascular Surgeon on staff at Weiss Memorial Hospital, serving patients throughout Chicago. Her office honors most major HMO, PPO and conventional insurance plans, as well as most government payors. She is currently accepting patients. Call today to make an appointment, and experience health care that never stops caring.