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Natalie Evans, MD, is a vascular medicine specialist in the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic. She is also the Assistant Director of the Cleveland Clinic Pharmacy’s Anticoagulation Clinics and is involved with quality and safety initiatives for prevention of venous thromboembolism at all Cleveland Clinic locations.
Specialty/Clinical interests: Post-thrombotic (post-phlebitic) syndrome, deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease, general vascular medicine, noninvasive testing for vascular disease
Success Rates: the Section of Vascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic is one of the most active Vascular Medicine programs in the United States. Our specialists treat patients with a wide variety of vascular problems, including all forms of arterial, venous, and lymphatic disorders, cardiovascular risk factor management, thrombotic disorders and hypercoagulable states and wound care. Success rates for specific procedures are available at http://my.clevelandclinic.org/heart/about-heart-vascular-institute/treatment-outcomes.aspx
Education and training: Dr. Evans earned her medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine, Chicago, Ill. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Northwestern University, Foster McGaw Medical Center, Chicago, Ill., where she also completed a fellowship in vascular medicine. She finished her undergraduate work at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, and graduate work at Northwestern University.
Research, Publications and Speaking: Dr. Evans has been published as a lead and co-author in many scientific journals for her work related to vascular disease.
About Dr. Evans: “My greatest strength as a vascular medicine specialist is my ability to help my patients understand their disease process and their own role in controlling it so they can improve their functioning and quality of life”
Leisure Activities: In her spare time, Dr. Evans enjoys bicycling, swimming and drawing.
General vascular medicine, post-thrombotic (post-phlebitic) syndrome, deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease
Registered physician in vascular interpretation certification (RPVI) from the American Registry for Diagnostic and Medical Sonographers
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