Grit A. Adler, MD

Interventional Radiologist

Grit Armstrong Adler, MD is an Interventional/Diagnostic Radiologist Interventional Oncologist specializing in minimally invasive vascular procedures, including but not imited to, peripheral artery disease (PAD) management, varicose vein ablations, vascular access management procedures for ESRD patients and a multitude of image guided vascular treatments and tumor treatments. Dr. Adler treats patients at Azura Vascular Care Plantation.

Dr. Adler is an under-graduate of Rutgers College of Rutgers University, New Brunswick New Jersey and then advanced to graduate PhD work in Molecular Genetics at Pennsylvania State University. He earned his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia. Completed Surgery Internship at University of Pennsylvania Presbyterian; completed radiology residency at Mercy Catholic Health System East, Darby, Pennsylvania. He then capstoned Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology – Interventional Oncology fellowship at Weill Cornell Medical School & Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, New York, New York.

Dr. Adler is also a long-standing officer within the United States Department of the Air Force Reserves performing his specialty at MacDill Air Force Base Tampa, Florida.

Education and Credentials

Education Rutgers College of Rutgers University
Internship University of Pennsylvania Presbyterian
Residency Mercy Catholic Health System
Fellowship Weill Cornell Medical School & Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital
Languages English