Roan J. Glocker, M.D., M.P.H.View Contact & Scheduling
After completion of training, Dr. Glocker welcomed the opportunity to return to Rochester and joined the faculty at the U of R, focusing his practice at Highland Hospital. Dr. Glocker's areas of clinical interest include both open and endovascular treatment of cerebrovascular, aortic, and lower extremity arterial disease, as well as management of venous and lymphatic conditions, and hemodialysis access. Dr. Glocker focuses on individualized patient care, be it medical, minimally invasive, or traditional open surgery. He enjoys working with both the patients and their families as well as other members of the health care team to ensure that every patient has their best possible outcome.
Having presented at several regional and national academic meetings, Dr. Glocker's research interests include venous thromboembolic disease, arterial disease, and financial implications of changes in practice patterns. In addition to his clinical and research efforts, he is active in teaching the next generation of physicians and surgeons. He serves as the Chief of Surgery at Highland Hospital
Surgery (General Surgery) - American Board of Surgery
Vascular Surgery - American Board of Surgery
Associate Professor - Department of Surgery, Vascular (SMD)
Residency & Fellowship
Fellowship, Vascular Surgery, University of Alabama Hospital-Birmingham. 2012 - 2014
Residency, Surgery (General Surgery), University of Rochester Medical Center. 2008 - 2012
Internship, Surgery (General Surgery), University of Rochester Medical Center. 2007 - 2008
MD | SUNY Upstate College of Health Professions. 2007
Best Chief Resident as Teacher Award. 2012
Aortic anatomic severity grade correlates with resource utilization
Rasheed K, Cullen JP, Seaman MJ, Messing S, Ellis JL, Glocker RJ, Doyle AJ, Stoner MC.
J Vasc Surg. 2016; 63(3): 569-76.
Factors Affecting Cook Gunther Tulip and Cook Celect Inferior Vena Cava Filter (IVCF) Retrieval Success.
Glocker R, Novak Z, Matthews T, Patterson M, Jordan W, Pearce B, Passman M.
J Vasc Surg Venous and Lymphatic Disorders. 2014; 2: 21-25.
Bedside vena cava filter placement using intravascular ultrasound: A five year experience in critically ill patients.
Glocker R, Awonuga O, Pearce BJ, Matthews TC, Novak Z, Patterson MA, Jordan WD, Passman MA.
J Vasc Surg Venous and Lymphatic Disorders. 2014; 2: 377-382.
Anatomic Suitability of Aortoiliac Aneurysms for Next Generation Branched Systems
Pearce BJ, Varu VN, Glocker R, Novak Z, Jordan WD, Lee JT.
Annals of Vascular Surgery. 2014; 29: 69-75.
Adrenal artery aneurysm encountered during laparoscopic adrenalectomy for pheochromocytoma.
Glocker, R., et al.
J Vasc Surg. 2011; 54: 216-218.
Bundling of Reimbursement for Inferior Vena Cava Filter placement resulted in significantly decreased utilization between 2012-2014
Glocker RJ, TerBush MJ, Hill EL, Guido JJ, Doyle A, Ellis JL, Raman K, Morrow GR, Stoner MC.
Ann Vasc Surg. .
Master Techniques in Surgery: Vascular Surgery (2014)
Chapter: Placement of IVC filter and removal of retrievable filters
Authors: Glocker R, Passman MA.
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2014
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