Fernando L. Joglar MD FACS RPVI
Dr. Fernando Joglar is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine. He completed his bachelor’s degree in molecular biology at Princeton University, class of 1994. He went on to the UPR School of Medicine to obtain his medical degree in 1998. He completed his Surgery Residency at the UPR General Surgery Residency Program in the year 2004. During surgical residency he participated in a Surgical Research Fellowship at the UPR School of Medicine and at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. Upon completion of his residency Dr. Joglar joined the faculty at the UPR Department of Surgery, and he was appointed Sub-Director of the San Juan Trauma Center, a position which he held from 2004-2008. He then completed a two year Vascular Surgery Fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine in 2010. During his fellowship he received various awards for his research including the 2010 Sigvaris Traveling Fellowship.
Dr. Joglar is Board Certified in both General Surgery and Vascular Surgery. He currently specializes in vascular and endovascular surgery and vascular trauma. Dr. Joglar is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and he is currently the Chairperson of the Puerto Rico American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma. He is the Vice-President of the local vascular surgery society (Sociedad de Cirugia Vascular y Endovascular de Puerto Rico) as well as a member of multiple academic surgical and vascular societies. He is also the Director of the Student Program at the UPR Department of Surgery.
Dr. Joglar holds priviledges at the San Juan Trauma Center, the University District Hospital, the Cardiovascular Center for Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, and the San Juan Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
For appointments: 758-2525 ext. 1902
Agustin A. Rodriguez, MD, FACS
He completed his bachelor’s degree at Harvard College, class of 1982. Then he received his medical degree at UPR School of Medicine class of 1986 and his Surgery Residency at Boston University in 1986. After General Surgery Residency he completed a Vascular Surgery residency at Tufts University NEMC in 1995. He is a Board Certified Surgeon; currently he is a Catedratic at the UPR School of Medicine and the Vascular Surgery section Chief.