Richard Hershberger, vascular surgeon, Loyola University Health System

Dr. Richard Hershberger joins the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000125" title="Loyola University Chicago" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/loyola-university-chicago-OREDU0000125.topic">Loyola University Chicago</a> Stritch School of Medicine faculty as an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery, division of vascular surgery.<br>
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Hershberger earned his medical degree from the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000071" title="University of Texas at Austin" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/university-of-texas-at-austin-OREDU0000071.topic">University of Texas</a> School of Medicine at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101101011232" title="San Antonio" href="/topic/us/texas/bexar-county/san-antonio-PLGEO100101101011232.topic">San Antonio</a>. He received his residency training in general surgery at University of Texas Southwestern and completed a fellowship in vascular surgery at Loyola University Medical Center. He also has a master’s degree in biology from Baylor University. He is board certified with the American Board of Surgeons. His medical interests include aortic aneurysm, carotid blockage and artery blockage related to the foot or leg.

( February 19, 2010 )

Dr. Richard Hershberger joins the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine faculty as an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery, division of vascular surgery.

Hershberger earned his medical degree from the University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio. He received his residency training in general surgery at University of Texas Southwestern and completed a fellowship in vascular surgery at Loyola University Medical Center. He also has a master’s degree in biology from Baylor University. He is board certified with the American Board of Surgeons. His medical interests include aortic aneurysm, carotid blockage and artery blockage related to the foot or leg.

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