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Careers & Training

In 2006, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved the Primary Certificate in Vascular Surgery which eliminates the requirement for certification in general surgery prior to certification in vascular surgery. This creates more than one training pathway.

Use the SVS job bank to find a new position or fill one at your institution.

Visit the Job Bank

If you need assistance or have feedback about this service, please call 860-437-5700 or email clientserv@yourmembership.com.

The Society for Vascular Surgery and the SVS Foundation offer a variety of awards and scholarships for medical students, residents, researchers and vascular surgeons. This page provides links to all of these opportunities, in addition to a list of opportunities available from other organizations.  

A Career of Innovation

Vascular surgery offers versatility and stimulation to medical professionals. These health care professionals master the intricacies of vascular surgery as well as state-of-the-art endovascular techniques. In addition, vascular surgeons build long-term relationships with patients and their families as a primary physician for all vascular needs: medical and diagnostic, endovascular and traditional surgery.

The Society is dedicated to recruiting medical students and general surgery residents to the specialty to ensure the best young medical professionals become vascular surgeons, as well as supporting vascular residents and fellows throughout their training.

Resources provided in this section will help aspiring vascular surgery trainees explore the field and become involved in the vascular surgery community. 

The Society is dedicated to recruiting medical students and general surgery residents to the specialty to ensure the best young medical professionals become vascular surgeons, as well as supporting vascular residents and fellows throughout their training.

Resources provided in this section will help aspiring and current vascular surgery trainees make career decisions and provide the support they need to complete training. 

VESAP3 discontinued in 2017. If you need a copy of your CME certificate, please contact the Education Department at education@vascularsociety.org or 800-258-7188.

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