Latest News

Two new vascular surgeons join Brody School of Medicine, Vidant Medical Center

July 27, 2016 by Beth Anne Atkins

GREENVILLE, N.C. - The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center welcome two new vascular surgeons who join a team of acclaimed cardiovascular specialists, bringing a new level of expertise in caring for patients.

Dr. Bryan Ehlert and Dr. Seth Noland join the Division of Vascular Surgery within the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences at Brody. They both will be assistant professors within the medical school and perform surgeries at the East Carolina Heart Institute at Vidant Medical Center.

Both physicians completed some postgraduate training at Vidant Medical Center. Ehlert returns to Greenville having completed a vascular surgery and endovascular therapy fellowship at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. Prior to that, he completed a fellowship with cardiovascular sciences and did his general surgery residency at Vidant Medical Center. Ehlert earned his medical degree from the University of Texas at Houston Health Science Center.

“During my residency, I quickly recognized the prevalence of vascular disease in our region and, more so, the severity of its impact on the community,” said Ehlert. “I am excited to come back and join a team that is dedicated and committed to advancing the treatment of vascular disease in eastern North Carolina.”

Noland is remaining in Greenville following the completion of a vascular surgery fellowship at Vidant Medical Center and Brody. Prior to that, he served as chief research general surgery resident and completed his general surgery residency at Mount Carmel Health System in Ohio. Noland earned his medical degree from Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University in West Virginia.

“I am honored to be able to return to the institution that trained me in vascular surgery,” said Noland. “I am looking forward to continuing to care for the patients here in eastern North Carolina.

Share: