Naveen Goel, MD is an interventional nephrologist specializing in dialysis access management, including critical maintenance procedures. Procedures Dr. Goel performs include angioplasty, fistulograms, the Miller banding procedure for steal syndrome, thombolysis/thrombectomy, vessel mapping and complete catheter care. Dr. Goel is the Medical Director of Azura Surgery Center Plantation, Florida.
Dr. Goel graduated from MS University, Baroda Medical College in India and completed his internal medicine training at SUNY, Long Island College Hospital, New York.
In recognition of his excellence in practice and research, Dr. Goel was awarded a certificate of recognition by the Kidney and Urology Foundation of America for his research “Pulmonary Hypertension in Dialysis Patients.” Dr. Goel, in partnership with Gregg Miller, MD, also pioneered work in the treatment of Dialysis-Associated Steal Syndrome (DASS) and authored a landmark paper titled, “Minimally Invasive Limited Ligation Endoluminal Revision for Dialysis-Associated Steal Syndrome,” published in Kidney International in 2006.
Dr. Goel’s groundbreaking work in nephrology is widely recognized within the community and has fueled the growth of his practice. He advances the delivery of patient-centered care through teamwork and a robust education program for patients and dialysis caregivers.
He is also a member of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin and the National Kidney Foundation, and is a Fellow of the American Society of Nephrology.
Dr. Naveen Goel is board certified in nephrology and internal medicine.
Education and Credentials
|Education||MS University, Baroda Medical College, India|
|Internship||SUNY, Long Island College Hospital|
|Residency||SUNY, Long Island College Hospital|
|Fellowship||SUNY, Long Island College Hospital|