Dr. Rajmony Pannu practices vascular and endovascular medicine in the Columbus Metropolitan area. He is one of the very few physicians in the state of Ohio who is board certified in vascular and endovascular medicine.
Dr. Pannu trained in Internal medicine at the New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC, followed by fellowship training in vascular medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. This was followed by training in vascular interventions at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital in New York City and then a year long fellowship in endovascular medicine, under endovascular pioneer, Dr. James Joye at the Fogarty Institute of Innovation in Mountain view, CA.
Dr. Pannu is a member of the medical faculty at Ohio State University, where he was one of the founding members of the limb preservation program. With a simple but strong belief that compassionate care heals, Dr. Pannu set out to open a private practice in Westerville. He would not care for his patients any different than he would for his family whom he loves. He is one of the very few physicians in the country who performs complex interventions to revascularize vessels that were deemed inoperable until recently.
Mark Gazall, DO is board certified in general and vascular surgery by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery, and has been in practice since 2000. A Fellow of the American College of General Surgeons, he completed his vascular surgery fellowship at Kettering Medical Center/Grandview Hospital and Arizona Heart Hospital. His general surgery residency was completed at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and the School of Osteopathic Medicine, Stratford, NJ. He attended medical school at Des Moines University, Des Moines, IA. Dr. Gazall is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, and the Edward B. Diethrich Vascular Society.
Christine has been a Nurse Practitioner for over 15 years and has experience with vascular interventions including sclera therapy, phlebotomy, and venous ablation. She is also a certified wound care specialist and has several years of wound care experience. She earned her graduate degree at Kent State University as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and her undergraduate degree at Youngstown State University in Nursing.
I am Richard. I am married and have two daughters. I have been in the medical field since 1998. I started as a surgical technician and moved to a surgical assistant. My hobby is raising reptiles. Providing the best patient care is my number one goal.
Born and raised in Rock Hill, SC, I became an RN in 2009.
After my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, I saw the positive influences the nurses had on her and on our family. This made me realize that’s what I wanted to do.
In 2010, I started on a med-surgery renal/oncology floor at Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill itself. In 2011, I helped the hospital open a 11 bed private oncology unit in new wing. I enjoyed the one on one patient care and the time I was able to spend with families helping to educate and comfort them. I then moved to Ohio in December of 2013.
I started at the Mount Carmel East IR Lab in June of 2014. I really enjoyed the procedural part of my new career and being able to see how we could immediately improve patients’ quality of living. I love spending time with patients and family one on one, helping, educating and comforting them. I gave birth to my 1st child in Nov 2016 and started part time at CVVWC. I love the private practice environment where focus is patient care and is nothing less than 100%.
I am married with 3 stepsons and a new baby boy. I love spending time with family and helping make a positive difference in people’s lives.
I am a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and I am specialized in Vascular Technology. I have over 10 years of experience and I absolutely love what I do. I am very compassionate and make great customer service my top priority.
In my spare time my family and I love to camp, kayak, hike and just explore what nature has to offer.
I have been a medical assistant for 9 years specializing in Infectious Disease at Panama City Infectious Disease Association in Panama City, Florida. I have an excitement, passion, and drive to care for patients and assist them in their journey to recovery and good health. I’m elated to be a part of this team at CVVWC.
In my spare time I enjoy photography.
My name is Brittany Bias. I am a certified medical assistant and have almost 10 years of experience in this field. I was born, raised and always will be a buckeye. I am excited to be joining Dr. Pannu’s caring and fun team at CVVWC.
I hope we have the pleasure of seeing you soon.
My name is Iris Humphrey, your Front Desk Coordinator. I have 20+years of experience in the
medical office and hospital combined. I am excited to serve you and it is my pleasure
to do so. I look forward to meeting you.
I have had the pleasure to be in the Medical field for 28 yrs, as a MA/Manager/CPT-ICD-10 coder. Vascular has always been in my heart, Was very lucky to have worked 16 yrs for Dr Said Hanna, a General and Vascular Surgeon of Zanesville Ohio. So excited now to be part of CVVWC of Zanesville. Let my journey continue in the love of Vascular.
I’ve been a nurse in a hospital setting for almost 12 years. I have a background in med/surg, oncology, palliative, and GYN. It’s been an exciting transition into a new environment and becoming apart of the CVVWC team. I absolutely love being a nurse and having the privilege to care for patients.
I’m married with 3 children, my daughter Alexx who’s 20, my son Blake who’s 10 and my step daughter Trinitie who’s 17. We try spend our free time with friends and family. My husband coaches my sons baseball team so we spend a lot of our time on the fields too.