Peripheral Vascular Disease Specialists
Interventional Cardiology
Peripheral Vascular Disease 

Dr. Abdelwahaab Akef was born in Egypt, where he received his Doctorate of Medicine from Cairo Medical College. He immigrated to the U.S. where he completed his internship, residency, cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowship from the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics-Madison.

Dr. Akef has been with Metropolitan Heart and Vascular Institute since 2002. His professional interests include interventional cardiology and peripheral vascular disease.

Interventional Cardiology
Peripheral Vascular Disease 

Dr. Daniel Dulas graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 1986 and has been with Metropolitan Heart and Vascular Institute since 1993. His professional interests include interventional cardiology and peripheral vascular disease.

Interventional Cardiology
Peripheral Vascular Disease

Dr. John Lee graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and has been with MHVI since 2006. His professional interests include interventional cardiology and peripheral vascular disease.

Dr. Marlon Lee graduated from University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida and then went to complete his fellowship in vascular surgery from Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois in 2013.  He joined Metropolitan Heart and Vascular Institute in 2013.  His professional vascular interests include endovascular and surgical treatments of vascular disease and peripheral arterial disease, creation and maintenance of dialysis access, stenting, and bypass surgeries.

Dr. William McMillan graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons then went to complete his fellowship in vascular surgery from Northwestern University in 1998 and has been with Metropolitan Heart and Vascular Institute since 1998.  His professional vascular interests include vascular surgery, arterial disease and peripheral vascular disease.

Dr. Frank Vandy graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine then went onto complete his fellowship in integrated Vascular Surgery and Surgical Critical Care at University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Dr. Vandy joined Metropolitan Heart and Vascular Institute in 2013.  His professional vascular interests include endovascular and surgical treatments of vascular disease, and peripheral arterial disease, creation and maintenance of dialysis access, stenting, and bypass surgeries.