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Glen J. Schwartzberg, MD, FACS

Primary Office Location

Main Clinic
7373 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808
Phone: (225) 246-9240

With nearly three decades of experience in the practice of Vascular Surgery, Dr. Glen J. Schwartzberg has been witness to the rapidly advancing field of general medicine, specifically the surgical aspect. In his specialty of Vascular Surgery, Dr. Glen Schwartzberg has kept abreast of the latest technologies and practices in use in the treatment of patients and has been chosen as a consultant for Avinger Technologies and Medtronics Vascular, two companies leading the way in advanced medical technologies in their fields.

A native of New Orleans, Dr. Schwartzberg earned a BS in Zoology in 1976 and his MD from Tulane School of Medicine in New Orleans in 1980. He completed his residency in General Surgery in 1985 through Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts and performed a fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Harvard University in Boston.

Licensed to practice in the state of Louisiana, Dr. Schwartzberg is board certified by the American Board of Surgery in General and Vascular Surgery, and serves as Chief of Surgical Services at Baton Rouge General. He holds memberships in the American College of Surgeons, the Society of Vascular Surgery, the Southern Vascular Society, and the Gulf Coast Vascular Society, and earned a green belt of Lean Six Sigma. Dr. Schwartzberg continues to enjoy the instructional aspects of graduate medical education and medical student education by also working as an assistant clinical professor of surgery at Tulane Medical School and Louisiana State University.

Dr. Schwartzberg is married and has two children and resides in Baton Rouge. Among his hobbies, he enjoys being outdoors and fishing.


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