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Vascular surgeon Amin returns to Penn State Health St. Joseph

In a homecoming of sorts, Dr. Ali Amin, a longtime Reading-area vascular surgeon, rejoined Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center on Aug. 17 after a 16-year absence.

Amin served as an attending physician and chief of the vascular surgery and endovascular surgery section at St. Joseph Medical Center from 2003-04. He was most recently the director of endovascular services at Reading Hospital.

Board-certified in vascular surgery, Amin earned his fellowship from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He performed his residency at Cooper Hospital University Medical Center in Camden, N.J., and received his medical education from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Camden, N.J.

Amin performed the first endovascular repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm in Berks County. He has been at the forefront of new endovascular procedures to treat carotid artery disease, blockages in leg blood vessels and aneurysms.

Amin will practice at Penn State Health St. Joseph Vascular Institute in Reading, ensuring access to high-quality vascular care for both new and existing patients. Physicians can refer patients to him by calling 610-378-2499.

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