Donald Harris, MD, is particularly interested in aortic aneurysm repair, limb preservation for peripheral arterial disease, cerebrovascular disease, and venous disease. He recognizes that each patient’s vascular disease and needs are unique and complex, and is dedicated to providing advanced, personalized vascular care for his patients.
Dr. Harris was raised in the upper Midwest. He skied and studied biochemistry at St. John’s University, and went to medical school at University of Minnesota. He completed general surgery residency at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, which included a cardiovascular research fellowship that resulted in several publications and national presentations on vascular disease. After, he went to University of Wisconsin for a comprehensive clinical fellowship in vascular surgery. Dr. Harris enjoys spending time with his young children, watching movies, skiing, and cycling.