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Workman, Claude Raymond, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.72 out of 5 | 257 reviews
Vascular Surgery
Novant Health Vascular Specialists - Winston-Salem
(336) 794-8624
Ratings
4.72
Overall rating
4.10
Administration and Staff
4.33
Medically Informed Visit
4.48
Bedside Manner
4.49
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Comments
Patient Comments 48 reviews
November 20, 2021
Dr. Workman & his staff we very personable. I felt heard & taken care of. Glad my care is with them.
-Patient in KERNERSVILLE, North Carolina

November 11, 2021
Dr. Workman and his staff do a great job.
-Patient in Clemmons, North Carolina

November 06, 2021
All were very nice and friendly. Everyone explained everything that was going to happen and made sure I understood everything I needed to do after my procedure.
-Patient in EAST BEND, North Carolina

October 14, 2021
Very helpful
-Patient in KERNERSVILLE, North Carolina

October 14, 2021
Dr Workman is excellent
-Patient in CLEMMONS, North Carolina



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Practice locations
Novant Health Vascular Diagnostics - Winston-Salem
(336) 768-5445


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Education


Medical School:
Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
(1990)

Internship:
Dwight David Eisenhower 1991

Residency:
Dwight David Eisenhower 1995

Fellowship:
Walter Reed Army Medical Center 1999

Board Certifications:
Vascular Surgery


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My grandmother's encouragement to pursue medicine led me to serve the elderly and help them manage their many health challenges. It was during my third year of medical school that I decided to become a surgeon. I chose vascular surgery during my residency because of my affection for the patient population, which is diverse but mostly senior adults.

While I enjoy the technical aspects of surgery, I am passionate about helping patients who have vascular diseases. These conditions may stem from risk factors such as tobacco use, excess weight or inactivity. I am grateful for the expertise of many Novant Health colleagues who help my patients quit smoking, lose weight, become more active and make other healthful lifestyle changes. Each patient needs - and receives - an individually tailored health plan. My team also regularly takes part in clinical trials of new devices and treatments for vascular disease. Embracing change responsibly gives my patients access to state-of-the-art treatment options.

I attended the nation's military medical school, Uniformed University of the Health Sciences. After that, I completed further professional training and served our country as a general/vascular surgeon for 14 years while on active duty in the U.S. Army. My wife and three children have traveled the world with me, and we are grateful for the many friends we made along the way.

We moved to Winston-Salem in 2004 and have no plans to ever move again. In 2004, after our children left the nest, I joined the U.S. Army Reserve and served two tours of duty in Afghanistan. My military experience provides an instant connection with patients who are also veterans.

My favorite pastime is saltwater kayak fishing, and I'm happy to trade fish stories with anyone who will listen. My wife and I are enjoying our empty nest years and our only household companion, Louie, a chocolate Lab.

Special Interests: Carotid Artery Disease, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Aortic Aneurysm Repair, Vascular Disease, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Vascular Stenosis

Gender: Male