Gabriel A. Vidal
Dr. Gabriel A. Vidal obtained his medical degree from Central del Caribe, SOM, in Puerto Rico, his native country. He went on to complete his internship at the Louisiana State University in New Orleans, where he also completed his neurology residency and served as Chief Resident. During Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Vidal was an active participant in the evacuation efforts, serving as a volunteer physician at a Red Cross Evacuation Center in Baton Rouge, LA. He completed his Vascular Neurology fellowship training at Emory University in Atlanta, GA; and his Interventional Neurology fellowship at Ochsner Medical Center. His areas of special interest are Vascular and Interventional Neurology, with emphasis in acute treatment and secondary prevention of ischemic strokes as well as management of intracerebral hemorrhages and subarachnoid bleeds. He joined our staff in 2009.
Dr. Vidal led the efforts that culminated with Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans being named the first certified Comprehensive Stroke Center in the Gulf South.View / Hide
Central del Caribe, SOM. Bayamon, PR
Louisiana State University, New Orleans. 2005
Neurology, Louisiana State University, New Orleans. 2005
Vascular Neurology, Emory University. Atlanta, GA. 2009, Interventional Neurology, Ochsner Medical Center, 2012
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