Joseph Graham, DO
Dr. Graham completed his medical school training in Kansas City at The University of Health Sciences-College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1999.
then graduated from his
surgical internship and general surgery residency in Columbus, Ohio in 2004.
interest in vascular and endovascular surgery led Dr.Graham to persue a vascular surgery fellowship at The University of Missouri
, which he
completed in 2006.
Upon completion of his
accecpted a position in Fort Myers, Florida practicing both general and vascular surgery, for two years, prior to his
position here in Gulfport, Mississippi.
wife both grew up outside of New Orleans and Dr. Graham's
family has resided on the Mississippi Gulf Coast for the past 10-15 years.
missed both the people and the lifestyle of the Mississippi Gulf coast and began persuing opportunities to return to the area.
In the summer of 2008 Dr. Graham began his practice at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport.
skills lie in all areas of vascular surgery, but his
area of expertise lies in endovascular procedures.
has a strong interest in endovascular intervention and has published several papers on these methods of treating vascular disease and their outcomes . He
is particularly interested in carotid stenting, and its future role in treating the vascular patient.
also enjoys femoral popliteal interventions and the revascularization of total occlusions with endovascular means.
is facile in all the latest techniques of a contemporary interventional vascular surgery practice.
not at the office or hospital, Dr. Graham
can usually be found outdoors.
enjoys fishing, boating, and spending time with his
wife and son.
is currently accecpting appointments at the following location: