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The best healthcare is based on a friendly mutually respecting relationship among staff, doctors, and patients.  If any problems or questions arise, do not hesitate to bring them to our attention immediately.  Again, our thanks to you for selecting us for the care of your vascular needs.  We are looking forward to getting to know you.

 Dr. Robert Engles graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 1990.  He trained in general surgery at the University of Alabama in Birmingham from 1990-1995. Dr. Engles trained in vascular surgery at The University of Florida from 1995-1997 and began his career with Montgomery Vascular Surgery in 1997.  He is board certified in Vascular Surgery and is the Medical Director of Montgomery Vascular Surgery’s certified vascular lab.  Dr. Engles served as Chief of Staff for Baptist South Hospital in 2008 and was a founding board member of the Alabama Vascular Society where he served as president for the years 2007-2009.   He recently served as an examination consultant for the American Board of Surgery – Vascular Surgery Board.  In this role he helped develop the certifying examination for vascular surgeons.  Dr. Engles specializes in all aspects of conventional open and minimally invasive endovascular surgeries.

 

Dr. Ralph Redd graduated from the Medical School at Emory University in 1997.  He did his surgical residency at Carolina's Medical Center and completed his Vascular Fellowship at St. Louis University in 2003. He joined Montgomery Vascular Surgery in 2003 and is certified in vascular interpretation for the practice’s certified vascular lab.  Dr. Redd is board certified in Vascular Surgery.  Dr. Redd is a member of the American College of Surgeons and a Diplomat of the American Board of Surgery.  Dr. Redd specializes in and performs all aspects of conventional open vascular surgery and minimally invasive endovascular surgery.  He has a special interest in minimally invasive treatment of peripheral arterial disease.  Dr. Redd serves as a board member for Alabama Vascular Society and is the past Chief of Surgery at Baptist South Hospital.

 

     

 

Dr. George Hipp is a vascular surgeon who is a native of Birmingham.  He attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he earned his undergraduate degree in psychology.  He continued his education at the Unversity of Alabama School of Medicine where he was awarded the Comer Foundation Scholarship and received his medical degree.  He completed his general surgery internship and residency at Baptist Health Systems of Alabama in Birmingham where he received the Hugh Linder Award for Outstanding Chief Surgical Resident.  He was also a member of the Graduate Medical Education Committee.  Dr. Hipp completed his vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Tennessee in Memphis in 2013.  During his training, Dr. Hipp also participated in numerous research projects.  Much of his work has been focused on open and advanced endovascular procedures.  He is a member of the American College of Surgeons and Society of Vascular Surgery.

 

 

Dr. Charles Ingalls - retired December 2012.  Dr. Ingalls founded Montgomery Vascular Surgery in 1991.  He received his MD from the University of Alabama in Birmingham as well as his training in Vascular Surgery.  From 1976 through 1978, he served as a vascular surgeon in the Air Force in Washington D.C.  Following this, he began his practice in Montgomery and subsequently formed Montgomery Vascular Surgery in 1991.  He was in the forefront in the development of minimally invasive vascular surgery in Alabama and performed the first successful repair of an aneurysm in Alabama using this technique.  Dr. Ingalls served as a mentor to Drs. Engles, Redd, and Hipp.  He was an outstanding leader within the field of Vascular Surgery and Baptist South Hospital.  He has had a tremendous positive influence on numerous physicians, nurses, staff, and most importantly patients.