Dr. Aaron Beder graduated from the University of Toronto medical school, and later completed fellowship training in General and Vascular surgery.
He has worked at Humber River Hospital, for 20 years. He is the former chief of the division of Vascular Surgery, and former President of the Medical Staff Association. He currently has an appointment on the faculty of the University of Toronto Vascular Surgery division.
Dr. Beder launched the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms using endovascular repair, at Humber River Hospital, in 2007.
He continues to have keen interest, in the treatment of all types of arterial and venous disorders using open surgical, endovascular, and hybrid procedures.
Dr. Beder has a special interest in treating varicose veins and related conditions, both surgically and with endovenous laser ablation (EVLT). He has over 15 years experience in successfully treating patients using endovenous laser ablation and other related minimally invasive techniques.
Dr. Kerry Graybiel pursued medical education at Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine in Hamilton. He went on to complete residency training in General Surgery, followed by a fellowship in Vascular Surgery, at McMaster University. He is currently the Chief of Vascular Surgery at Humber River Hospital, and holds an academic appointment with the University of Toronto, Division of Vascular Surgery.
Dr. Graybiel’s clinical practice encompasses the full spectrum of vascular disorders, including both arterial and venous pathology. He has extensive training in conventional open surgical and endovascular interventions. He also has clinical interests in management of lower extremity wounds, including diabetic and stasis ulcers, as well as the multimodal treatment of lower extremity venous insufficiency, using techniques such as endovenous laser ablation and sclerotherapy.
Dr. Luis Figueroa is a lecturer at the University of Toronto since 2016. He graduated from the University of Toronto, Vascular Surgery Program, later obtaining his Royal College Fellowship and joined the Division of Vascular Surgery at Humber River Hospital.
Clinical Interests: Special interest in aortic surgery and new endovascular technologies for the treatment of peripheral arterial and venous disease.
Vascular surgery is one player in the vast team required to care for our patients' vascular and circulatory health. Our team at North Toronto Vascular, believes in a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to vascular care. From our group practice as four independent vascular surgeons, each with unique and diverse experiences, to our partners in vascular medicine, plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, radiology and physiotherapy, we offer our patients the best evidence-based therapy for the many conditions of vascular health.
Through Humber River Hospital, we offer all facets of vascular surgery therapy using cutting edge technology and equipment. Our group practice model offers each of our patients timely access to consultation and care, when necessary.
Dr. Asem Saleh is a Vascular Surgeon with the Division of Vascular Surgery at Humber River Hospital and is the Medical Director at North Toronto Vascular Surgery. Dr. Saleh is also a lecturer at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Saleh graduated from medical school at Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine and remained in Hamilton to complete his surgical residency in Vascular Surgery. During his training, he also completed advanced training in Nuremberg Germany with an emphasis on treating complex arterial disorders using state-of-the art endo-surgical techniques.
Dr. Saleh has a special interest in extremity wounds, and treating patients using a combination of conventional open and endovascular surgery. He practices all aspects of vascular surgery including medical treatment, surgical and endovascular management of arterial and venous disorders, as well as cosmetic venous management.