Lifeline Vascular Care today announced that Dr. Andrew Stingo has joined it’s Medical Advisory Board, serving as Chief Medical Advisor, Interventional Nephrology.

Dr. Stingo has been partnered with Lifeline Vascular Care since 2007 when his EOP was first established.

Dr. Andrew Stingo attended the University of Kansas School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City.  Dr. Stingo went on to complete his Nephrology fellowship at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota.  While at Mayo, Dr. Stingo focused on research related to kidney disease and hypertension.  Dr. Stingo is ASDIN certified in Interventional Nephrology.

In addition to his practice and center, Dr. Stingo has worked with Lifeline to train new Interventional Nephrologists.

“Lifeline values Dr. Stingo’s experience in Interventional Nephrology and his passion for quality and safe patient care of the ESRD community,” said Lifeline Vascular Vice President of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs Kevin Graham.  “We are proud to have his join the Lifeline clinical leadership team.”

Lifeline Vascular Care has worked tirelessly since 1998 to improve the delivery and coordination of vascular access care to ESRD patients.  Through Lifeline’s innovative approach, delivering vascular access care in a dedicated outpatient environment is now the accepted standard for care in the dialysis industry.  Physicians in the Lifeline network of centers have performed over 1.5 million interventional procedures.  For more information, click here.