- American Board of Surgery - Vascular Surgery
- Wayne State University School of Medicine, MI, 1999
Residencies & Internships
- Wayne State University, General Surgery, MI, 2004
- Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Case, Vascular Surgery, OH, 2006
Dr. Corcoran was born and raised in Dearborn, Michigan. He earned his undergraduate degree in biology from Wayne State University. Dr. Corcoran remained in Detroit, earning his doctoral degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine and subsequently completed his general surgery residency training at the Detroit Medical Center. Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Corcoran pursued a fellowship in vascular and endovascular surgery at Case Western Reserve/University Hospitals of Cleveland with successful completion in 2006.
Dr. Corcoran has an active interest in venous disease, venous stasis ulcers and complex venous patients.
I approach every patient as if they were a member of my family. My goal is to help patients maintain a good quality of life by teaching them about their vascular disease, its management and minimally invasive surgical treatment options.
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