Dr Jason Bayne


Doctor Bayne is originally from Manitoba, completing his undergraduate medical training at the University of Manitoba, his General Surgery Residency at the University of Calgary, and his Vascular Surgery fellowship here at McGill University. He was in practice in Edmonton, from 2010 - 2015 at the Grey Nuns Hospital and the Northern Alberta Vascular Centre as an assistant professor with the University of Alberta. He has since returned to McGill and the JGH as an assistant professor of surgery.

Doctor Bayne takes a special interest in advanced aortic endovascular repair as was all peripheral endovascular intervention. He is an international proctor for advanced endovascular cases and brings a wealth of experience from his practice in Edmonton where he started the complex aortic and peripheral endovascular operating room programs.

Doctor Bayne's research interests include endovascular outcomes, peri-operative care, and vascular surgery education. He currently sits on the Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery Education Committee.  He was also the Vascular Surgery Clerkship Director, and won an award for the Clerkship Preceptor of the Year while at the U of A. 



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