Dr. Quigley is the chief of surgery and surgical services, as well as the medical director of the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Center at Northwest Hospital. He is a UW clinical associate professor of surgery in the active practice of vascular and endovascular surgery at Seattle Pacific Surgeons. Dr. Quigley received his medical degree from Boston University. He completed a general surgery residency at the University of Minnesota, including two years as an NIH fellow. He completed a vascular surgery fellowship at the University California San Francisco prior to serving in the US Air Force in Washington, D.C. Dr. Quigley is past president of the Washington Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, the Pacific Northwest Vascular Society, King County Medical Society and the Seattle Surgical Society in addition to membership in multiple other vascular and surgical organizations. He is a multiple year honoree of "Seattle's Best Doctors" and "The Best Doctors in America" and has contributed extensively to the vascular surgical literature. Dr. Quigley is board certified in general and vascular surgery and his practice interests include complex wound care, vascular surgery in diabetic patients, aortic aneurysm surgery and carotid artery disease.
Patient Care Philosophy
I appreciate the stresses and difficulties of treating an aging patient population. Vascular disease is often a consequence of aging, and I take pride in taking a considered and thoughtful approach to patients in their 80s and 90s for whom a surgical solution is not always the best answer. Listening to the patients and their family in arriving at a mutually agreeable treatment plan is the basis of my patient care philosophy.
Dr. Quigley’s current interests include complex wound care, hyperbaric medicine, vascular ultrasound, aortic disease, carotid disease and lower extremity vascular disease, and administrative medicine.
Dr. Quigley has a long list of publications regarding carotid disease, mesenteric vascular disease and aortic aneurysm treatment.
|Boston University School of Medicine||Medical education||1976|
|University of Minnesota School of Medicine||Residency||1983|
|University of California - San Francisco||Fellowship||1984|
|MD||Boston University, School of Medicine||1973|
|American Board of Surgery||General Surgery||1984|
|American Board of Surgery||Vascular Surgery||1989|