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James L. Guzzo, MD
Chief, Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
Surgery
Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
James L. Guzzo , MD
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Experience
  • Education

    Undergraduate
    Johns Hopkins University
    BA - Biology
    1996

    Medical Training
    University of Vermont College Of Medicine
    MD - Doctor of Medicine
    2002

  • Training

    Internship 2002
    University of Maryland Medical Center
    Baltimore, MD

    Resident 2003
    General Surgery
    University of Maryland Medical Center
    Baltimore, MD

    Research Fellow 2004
    Trauma/Surgical Critical Care
    University of Maryland Medical Center
    Baltimore, MD

    Resident 2005
    General Surgery
    University of Maryland Medical Center
    Baltimore, MD

    Resident 2006
    General Surgery
    University of Maryland Medical Center
    Baltimore, MD

    Chief Resident 2007
    General Surgery
    University of Maryland Medical Center
    Baltimore, MD

    Fellowship 2008
    Vascular Surgery
    Johns Hopkins Hospital
    Baltimore, MD

    Fellowship 2009
    Vascular Surgery
    Johns Hopkins Hospital
    Baltimore, MD

  • Certifications

    American Board of Surgery - Vascular Surgery

  • Ratings & Comments from Patients
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James L. Guzzo
James L. Guzzo
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  • Philosophy of Care

    My philosophy is always to recognize what an absolute privilege it is to have patients trust our judgment and skill when we work each day.

  • Why I Entered Medicine

    I entered medicine because the challenge of a surgical career appealed to me immensely, especially its lifelong pursuit of the mastery of a meaningful patient care skill set.

  • Community & Charity Involvement

    I've been involved in vascular education and screening programs at various Baltimore companies.

  • Personal Interests

    I enjoy free time with my three children and wife, who is also a physician.