Dr. Michael H. Chu graduated from Western University of Health Sciences. He has had superior training in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Crozer Chester Medical Center in Upland, Pennsylvania. He completed his General Surgery training at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and trained at the following institutions:
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for Surgical Oncology
- University Hospital Pennsylvania for Trauma/Critical Care Surgery
- Cooper University Medical Center for Trauma/Critical Care Surgery
- Deborah Heart and Lung Center for Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Geisinger Medical Center for Pediatric and Transplant Surgery
- Crozer Chester Medical Center
- Aria Health Hospital
Dr. Chu is trained in Open and Endovascular Techniques to treat Aortic Aneurysms (AAA), Carotid Disease, Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), Visceral Disease, Venous Disease and Dialysis Grafts. Additionally, Dr. Chu has specialized training in the interpretation of Vascular Ultrasounds, as well as practical knowledge and experience in Wound Care. In fact, Dr. Chu is the Associate Director of Vascular Surgery at the Long Island Wound Care Facility.
Dr. Chu completed his Surgical Internship at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
- Presentations, Research, & Honors
- Delaware Valley Vascular Society Poster Presentation 2010– Endovascular Intervention for Aorto-iliac Occlusive Disease with Disabling Claudication.
- Delaware Valley Vascular Society Poster Presentation 2011– Carotid-Carotid Bypass for the Treatment of Recurrent Right Hemispheric Strokes.
- Annual Clinical Assembly of Osteopathic Surgeons Meeting Poster Presentation 2007– Unusual Case of a Meckels Diverticulum Case.
- Annual Clinical Assembly of Osteopathic Surgeons Meeting Poster Presentation 2006– Morgagni Hernia Case.
- Independent Research Honors Project on Human Duodenal Anion (Bicarbonate) Transport – University of California San Diego Medical Center 1996-1997.
- The Socialogical Effects of Alzheimers Disease on Family – University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work 2000.