|William C. Brown, MD|
Dr. Bill Brown is Co-Medical Director of The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk with Dr. Ross Wilkins. Dr. Brown and the plastic surgery team are recognized in the Denver region for their expertise in vascularized bone flap procedures and difficult soft tissue reconstructive procedures.
He attended medical school at McGill University and completed a residency in plastic & microvascular surgery at Duke University. Further specialty training was completed in Louisville, Kentucky at the Christine Klienert Institute for Hand and Microvascular Surgery. He is one of three surgeons who participate in the upper extremity replant service provided by Extremities at Risk. For Dr. Brown's complete CV click here .
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|Omar Mubarak, MD|
Dr. Mubarak was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Mubarak obtained his medical degree in 1999 from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He completed his general surgery residency at Michigan State University and his vascular surgery Fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan in July 2004.