Arno Rotgans, MD is originally from Surinam, South-America. He completed both his undergraduate degree and pursued a Master’s degree in Biochemistry at the City College of New York. He then joined the US Army Service Corps and was the recipient of several Army medals and accolades.
After his service in the military he completed his medical training at the University of Kentucky. He attended the University of Kentucky and the Albany Medical Center in New York for post graduate surgical training.
During his postgraduate training he developed an interest in advanced ultrasound techniques becoming certified by the American College of Surgeons.
After his post graduate surgical training, Dr. Rotgans underwent advanced fellowship training in ultrasound and fluoroscopy guided percutaneous vascular techniques at NYC Surgical Associates in New York City. He pursued an additional fellowship at NYC Surgical in body contouring undergoing advanced training in all forms of liposuction and procedures for the massive weight loss patient.
His academic and research interest include minimally invasive techniques in endovenous surgery. His clinical interests include the full spectrum of endovenous techniques for all venous disorders, including embolization and ablation, as well as body contouring procedures.
His professional memberships include:
- American Medical Association
- American College of Phlebology
- International Society for Vascular Surgery
- American College of Surgeons
- International College of Surgeons
- Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Rotgans speaks fluent English and Dutch and some conversational Spanish and is licensed in New York.
Outside of medicine he enjoys soccer, fitness and chess.