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Samer F. Najjar, MD, FACS

Philosophy of Care

Communication, teamwork, ownership and skills are the cornerstones of a successful treatment plan.

Patient Satisfaction Rating

Based on 166 reviews

  • General


    • Vascular Surgery
    • Vein Clinic
    • Years in Practice: 20


    • Surgery
    • Vascular Surgery

    Accepts adults


    • Arabic
    • English

    varicose veins, endovenous laser treatment (EVLT), aortic repair

  • Education

    School The George Washington University School of Medicine
    Graduation Date 05/1996
    Degree MD

    School Medical College of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth University
    Title Senior Surgical Resident

    School Tufts-New England Medical Center, Tufts University School of Medicine
    Title Categorical Surgical Resident

    School Northwestern Memorial Hospital
    Specialty Vascular Surgery

    School School VA Boston Healthcare/Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine

  • Procedures

    Vascular Surgery
    • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Repair
    • Angioplasty with Stent Placement
    • Carotid Artery Surgery
    • Dialysis Access Creation
    • Lower Extremity Artery Surgery
    • Varicose Vein Procedures
    • Vascular Ultrasound (venous, arterial, carotid, abdominal, renal artery)
    • Venous Exams of the Legs
    Vein Clinic
    • Compression Stocking Therapy
    • Diagnostic Venous Ultrasound
    • Phlebectomy
  • Memberships

    • Society of Vascular Surgery
    • American College of Surgeons
    • Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society
    • Massachusetts Medical Society
  • Awards and Accolades

    Name Advocate Physician Partners Exemplary Physician Award for Achieving Exceptional Clinical Integration
    Date 01/2000

    Name Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, The Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University
    Date 01/2000

    Name Vascular Surgery Program Site Director, Metropolitan Group Hospitals (July 2010 - Present)
    Date 01/2000

    Name Student Research Fellowship of the International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery
    Date 01/2000

    Name W.T. Gill Research Fellowship, The George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington D.C.
    Date 01/2000

  • Media/Published Articles

    • A Reproducible Procine ePTFE Arterial Bypass Model for Neointimal Hyperplasia (Jan 1, 2000)
    • Beneficial effect of a short-acting NO donor for the prevention of neointimatl hyperplasia. (Jan 1, 2000)
    • Percutaneous endovascular repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms (Jan 1, 2000)
    • Technical limitations of carotid filter embolic protection devices (Jan 1, 2000)
    • Nitric oxide-mediated inhibition of the PA28 proteasome activator (Jan 1, 2000)
  • Research & Clinical Trials


    • Comparison of human infragenicular arteries in type-2 diabetes
    • Efficacy of the TransCu 02 Tissue Oxygenation Device for Chronic & Difficult Wounds


    • Safety & Efficacy Study Using Gene Therapy for Critical Limb Ischemia (NCT01064440)

  • Patient Ratings & Comments

    Patient Satisfaction Rating
    Based on 166 reviews

    Rating Categories

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    Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best score. Learn more about our patient satisfaction survey.

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    Ease of scheduling appointments

    163 ratings

    Provider showed concern

    161 ratings

    Friendliness/courtesy of Care Provider

    162 ratings

    Care Provider spoke using clear language

    162 ratings

    Provider explained things clearly

    163 ratings

    Time Care Provider spent with patient

    160 ratings

    Provider included you in decisions

    158 ratings

    Patients' confidence in Care Provider

    162 ratings

    Likelihood of recommending this provider

    163 ratings

    Wait time at clinic

    162 ratings

    Comments (18)

    Comments are collected in our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Surveys. Patients are de-identified to protect confidentiality and patient privacy. Learn more about our patient satisfaction survey.

    Aug 28, 2019
    It was an excellent care from Dr Najjar  
    Jul 23, 2019
    The outcome (diagnosis) of this visit was unexpected in a positive way for me.  
    Jul 21, 2019
    dr Najjar listened, took his time, explained everything that would happened. I never felt hurried.  
    Jul 09, 2019
    Dr. was in a hurry because he was running late  
    Jul 02, 2019
    excellent care  
    Jun 30, 2019
    Dr. Najjar was very kind and conscientious during the procedure.  
    Jun 23, 2019
    Dr. Najjar was outstanding in every sense - exceptional bedside (or exam table-side) manner with remarkable technical knowledge.  
    Jun 20, 2019
    May 15, 2019
    Dr. Nejjer was wonderful. Dr, Nejjur is GREAT!   
    May 15, 2019
    Felt rushed as the Dr was running very late  
    May 03, 2019
    An excellent Care provider!  
    Feb 22, 2019
    This was the fact time I have seen this doctor but felt confidence in him.  
    Feb 13, 2019
    Dr. Najjar - to me - was condescending and dismissive.  
    Feb 05, 2019
    Instructions for after care were good verbally but none were included in the visit summary.   
    Jan 15, 2019
    Dr. Najjar is very informative and answered all our questions completely.  
    Dec 07, 2018
    I am extremely pleased to choose to have this provider for my care. I feel I am in good hands.  
    Dec 05, 2018
    Dr. Najjar had no interest in treating my veins - he told me 1. that my legs look "fine" and 2. he is a surgeon and his time is better spent on surgery, "not injections".  
    Nov 26, 2018
    *Dr. Samer Najjar is the best doctor in whole USA.  
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