Dr. Malgor strives to provide patients the best possible care in alignment with their individual needs and goals, and doing this often involves multiple medical and surgical disciplines. She continuously works to keep her knowledge and skills current with the latest literature and technology, and she enjoys working with all providers to achieve the best outcomes as quickly and safely as possible for her patients.

Dr. Malgor enjoys spending time with my family, being outdoors, skiing, scuba diving, and getting to know new people.

Locations

Monday: All day
Tuesday: All day
Wednesday: All day
Thursday: All day
Friday: All day
Saturday: All day
Sunday: All day
Monday: All day
Tuesday: All day
Wednesday: All day
Thursday: All day
Friday: All day
Saturday: All day
Sunday: All day

Qualifications and experience

Specialties
Vascular Surgery, Surgery, Surgery - Varicose Veins, Surgery - TOS u2013 Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Surgery - Limb Salvage, Surgery - Amputation, Surgery - Vascular Surgery, Heart and Circulation - Vascular Malformations, Heart and Circulation - Peripheral Artery Disease, Heart and Circulation - Coronary Disease, Heart and Circulation - Circulatory Disorders, Heart and Circulation - Angioplasty, Heart and Circulation - Aneurysms, Heart and Circulation, Blood / Lymphatic System - Clotting Disorders, Blood / Lymphatic System - Blood Disorders, Blood / Lymphatic System - Bleeding Disorders, Blood / Lymphatic System
Gender
Female
Languages spoken
English
Education
Fellowship
College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Rochester) Program (2015)

Internship
SUNY Stony Brook University Hospital & Medical Center/Winthrop University Hospital Program (2009)

Medical School
New York Medical College (2008)

Residency
SUNY Stony Brook University Hospital & Medical Center/Winthrop University Hospital Program (2013)

Undergraduate
Dartmouth College (NH) (2002)

Clinical interest for patients

Dr. Malgor's clinical interests include stroke prevention through carotid surgery or stenting; treatment of aneurysmal disease; aortic, mesenteric and renal interventions such as angioplasty or stenting; limb salvage or preservation; treatment of venous disease including varicose veins, deep vein thromboses (DVT) and pulmonary emboli; and vascular access for dialysis.

Volunteer activities

Dr. Malgor likes the idea of equal access to medical care for all, and she participated in a medical mission in Guayaquil, Ecuador, that involved assisting with hernia, gallbladder, and cleft palate surgeries.

I also feel everyone deserves access to food and shelter, and I have enjoyed serving Thanksgiving meals to those in need.