MASON CITY – Mercy Medical Center – North Iowa welcomes Dr. Ali H. Mardan to Mason City. He will begin his role as Medical Director, Vascular Medicine, of the newly formed Mercy Heart and Vascular Institute.
As part of his clinical responsibilities, he will work closely with Dr. Leslie Smith, DO, Medical Director of the Advanced Wound Care Center of Mercy Medical Center-NI, in the identification, treatment and long-term management of acute and chronic wound care conditions. He assumes his position on Monday, August 12.
Dr. Mardan is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, sub-boarded in Vascular Medicine and is board eligible in Lipidology. In addition, he is certified in Underwater Hyperbaric Medicine. Most recently Dr. Mardan was in private practice specializing in Vascular Medicine at BayCare Clinic, Green Bay WI, and also served as the Director of Vascular Laboratory at the Aurora/BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
He completed a fellowship in Vascular Medicine at the Greensville Health System University Medical Center in Greensville, South Carolina; his Internal Medicine Residency at Gunderson Clinic and Lutheran Hospital in Lacrosse WI and received his Doctor of Medicine Degree in General Medicine and Surgery from the School of Medicine Institute of Biomedical Science at the University of Jaurez in Chihuahua, Mexico. Prior to attending Medical School, Dr. Mardan received a PhD in Microbiology from the University of Minnesota.
The Mercy Heart and Vascular Institute is a department of the Mercy Medical Center – North Iowa, and is affiliated with Mason City Clinic and the Radiologists of North Iowa. The Mercy Heart and Vascular Institute provides a continuum of comprehensive cardiovascular services including: · General Cardiology · Invasive and Interventional Cardiology including Electrophysiology · Vascular Medicine (new) · Vascular Surgery · Vein Therapy for the treatment of some times debilitating varicose veins and unsightly spider vein treatment.
The Institute provides services throughout a 14-county area in northern Iowa, including Butler, Chickasaw, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Hardin, Howard, Kossuth, Mitchell, Palo Alto, Winnebago, Worth and Wright counties.
Dr. Mardan is accepting referrals from providers for consultative, evaluation and management for patients suffering from Vascular Disease or who believe they have high risk factors for Vascular Disease. He can be reached at 641-428-8001. ###