Dr. Siragusa graduated with his Medical Degree from The University of Texas in 2001. Having a passion for Surgical Patient Care continued on to complete postgraduate residency training in General Surgery at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, serving as Chief Resident during his final year.
Seeking a higher level of Vascular and Endovascular training, Dr. Siragusa completed fellowship training in Vascular & Endovascular Surgery at The University of Arkansas for Medical Center. He is Fellowship trained in the management of vascular disorders with expertise in minimally invasive interventional treatment of vascular disease. Dr. Siragusa obtained General Surgery Board Certification in 2007 and Vascular Surgery Board Certification in 2009 immediately following the completion of his training.
Upon finishing training he relocated to Nashville after being recruited by Summit Medical Center in 2008 to establish a regional Vascular Surgery Center to serve the needs of the community. After working for HCA for four years, he decided to expand the practice and started the Siragusa Vein & Vascular Center of Nashville.