Eric P. Wilson, MD

Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
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Area of focus ?
Minimally invasive Aortic and Peripheral interventions, Carotid Artery Disease, Varicose Veins
LVHN Affiliates
Lehigh Valley Institute for Surgical Excellence
Lehigh Valley Heart and Vascular Institute
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Conditions Dr. Wilson Treats

Services Dr. Wilson Offers

About Dr. Wilson

Philosophy of care

Vascular disease is often a complex, challenging, and lifelong problem, requiring equally intensive evaluation and treatment of the whole patient. When I meet with you, we will discuss your concerns that relate to vascular disease, as well as any other conditions that may play a role in the treatment of your vascular condition.

Why I entered medicine

There wasn’t any one, single thing. It starts when you do well in a couple of classes and somebody says, “You ought to be a doctor.” Early on it was suggested to me that medicine might be a good career choice. I got into my particular brand of medicine because the patients are challenging in terms of secondary problems, and the procedures are complex. That appealed to my desire to be all in and do something challenging. I enjoy working with my hands and want to effect change. I want to make sure people are getting better, and by doing procedures or interventional things like angioplasty and stenting, I have the opportunity to make a direct impact on patients’ lives.

Community involvement

As my kids went through school, I coached youth football and lacrosse, each for about seven years. I’ve always been involved with my children’s sports, and have continued to follow their sports careers through college.

Personal interests

I enjoy running and bicycling. When I was on staff at Lehigh Valley Hospital, I was involved with track cycling at the velodrome (now Valley Preferred Cycling Center), and did century rides. I’ve recently gotten back to biking and am mainly trying to stay in shape. My wife and I play tennis. And we spend a lot of time visiting our kids at different colleges and keeping up with them. Whatever free time is left is consumed by taking care of our house and yard.


Albright College, BS - Biology, 1984

Temple University School Of Dentistry, ., 1985

Medical Training
St. George's University School of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 1989


Internship 1990
Internal Medicine, Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Residency 1993
General Surgery, Polyclinic Medical Center, Harrisburg, PA

Residency 1995
General Surgery, Hahnemann University

Fellowship 1997
Vascular Surgery, Harbor UCLA Medical Center


American Board of Surgery - Vascular Surgery

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  1. Physician Communication Questions
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