Thomas M. Kerr, MD, FACS RPVI PA

Education & Experience

Dr. Kerr is a board-certified vascular surgeon and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.  Dr. Kerr has recently become a board certified physician in vascular interpretation (RPVI), making him one of the very few surgeons in the country that has passed four separate board exams.

After completing his undergraduate studies and earning his medical degree from Temple University, Dr. Kerr completed his internship and general surgery residency at Temple University Hospital.

Dr. Kerr became one of the acclaimed Kachelmacher Memorial Research Fellows, and studied under Dr. John J. Cranley. He published original research and lectured on vascular topics.

He completed a fellowship in vascular surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital, in Cincinnati. After being awarded a traveling fellowship from the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, Dr. Kerr furthered his training with world-renowned vascular surgeons in Europe.

Awards & Expertise

  • One of the first recipients of the American Venous Forum Research Foundation Award for Studies in Venous Diseases
  • Recipient of the Taylor-Caswell Teaching Award from Temple University
  • Multiple peer-reviewed articles on venous disease published in respected medical journals
  • Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of South Florida
  • Authored multiple book chapters and co-authored a book on vascular disease

Prestigious Memberships

  • Elected by peers to the Society of Vascular Surgeons
  • One of less than a handful of members from the State of Florida in the American Venous Forum
  • International Society of Endovascular Specialists
  • Society of Clinical Vascular Surgeons
  • American Association of Vascular Surgery

Check out Dr.Kerr’s Educational Talk at St. Joseph’s Hospital