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Dr. Thomas Doyle, MD
Physician and Vein Specialist, Pennsylvania Location
Emergency Medicine Physician and Vein Specialist
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Meet Dr. Thomas Doyle, MD
Dr. Thomas Doyle is a board-certified physician with over 25 years of experience. He has specialized in the treatment of venous insufficiency since 2005, when he joined Circulatory Centers of America and subsequently partnered with Metro Vein Centers to open its first Pennsylvania location. He is now available at that location in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Doyle completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in 1993. After graduating from Princeton University in 1985 with a degree in Geology, he earned his medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City in 1989. He then worked as a staff physician at Sewickley Valley Hospital in the Emergency Department, starting in 1993.
Dr. Doyle is truly passionate about his patients. He says, “One constant that I have seen in my decades of practice is the need to always focus on the true mission of medical care, which simply put, is to make people feel better by improving their comfort, health and well-being. This can only come through an honest, compassionate, and thorough assessment of their needs.”
Dr. Doyle was instrumental in the 2010 initiative to rescue endangered orphans from Haiti and bring them safely to Pittsburgh for medical care. He also received a Patient’s Choice Award and a Compassionate Doctor Recognition in 2011.
Columbia University College of Physicans and Surgeons
MD, Emergency Medicine
American Board of Emergency Medicine
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