Meet Our Physician

Curriculum Vitae

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Timothy C. Pringle, M.D.

Work History

2008-present: CEO and Founder of Core Vascular Services
February 1, 2008 –2010: Director of Endovascular/Open Vascular surgery: Lewisville Medical Center, Lewisville, Texas
August 2004- July 2007 : Vascular Surgeon: Grant Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio


July 2002 – June 2004: Vascular Surgery Fellowship: Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio
July 1996 – June 2002: General Surgery Residency: The Medical College of Ohio; Toledo, Ohio
June 1995 – June 1996: General Surgery/Preliminary: University Hospitals of Cleveland; Cleveland, Ohio
August 1991 – May 1995: Doctor of Medicine: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Cleveland, Ohio
September 1986 – June 1990: Bachelor of Science/Zoology; Ohio University; Athens, Ohio


Texas Medical Board (active since 2008)
American Board of Vascular Surgery (certified)
Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (2013)
Registered Vascular Technologist (2018)


Medical School

Pringle, T.C.; Hirsch, E.; Mottice, G.; Wright, J.T. “Effects of Lovastatin on Hydrochlorothiazide induced lipid changes”. (Manuscript)

Emery, S.E.; Pringle, T.C.; Bolesta, J.J.; Bohlman, H.H. “Anterior decompression and fusion for cervical spondylotic myelopathy: 2-17 year follow-up”. (Associate author)

Emery, S.E.; Pringle, T.C. & Jones, P.K. “Multi-level cervical corpectomy and fibula strut fusion: Radiographic and Clinical analysis, intermediate and long-term results”.

General Surgery Residency


Assadnia, S.; Pringle, T.C.; Allison, D. “Strain Differences in Neointimal Hyperplasia in the rat”. Circ Res. 1999; 84:1252-1257.


Pringle, T. MD.; Allison, D., MD. “Delayed Occurrences of Strain differences in rat Neointimal Hyperplasia”. (Presented Toledo Surgical Society, March 23, 2000, Toledo, Ohio).

Pringle, T.C.; Allison, D., (March 12, 1999) “Delayed Occurrences of Strain differences in rat Neointimal Hyperplasia (Abstract).

Vascular Surgery Fellowship


Lohr, J., Pringle, T., Muck, P. (2004). “Upper Extremity Venous Duplex Imaging.” Disease-A Month Monograph, December.

Pringle, T.; Muck, P.; Lohr, J.; Thompson, W.; Kasper, G.; Welling, R. (2003) “Diagnostic Options in Assessing Abdominal Aortic Endograft Infection.” Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 37(5) 359-62.


Pringle, T., M.D.; Valentin, M., M.D.; Ignacio, R.; Lohr, J., M.D. “Renal Artery Endovascular Intervention and Outcomes; 10 Year Review”. (Presented at The Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery, Ranch Mirage, CA, March 10-13, 2004).

Pringle, T., MD; Valentin, M., MD; Lohr, J., MD. “Prolonged Misplacement of Triple Lumen Catheter in Carotid Artery”. (Presented at The International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, 26th World Congress, March 21-25, 2004, Maui, Hawaii).

Lohr, Joann, MD; Pringle, Timothy, MD; Valentin, Marlene, MD; Muck, Pat, MD; Cobb, C. “Safety, Cost saving, and Improved technologist Satisfaction and Retention with On-Call Screening Policies”. (Presented at The International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, 26th World Congress, March 21-25, 2004, Maui, Hawaii).

Valentin, M., MD; Pringle, T., MD; Lohr, J., MD. Blue Fingers and an Unusual Case of Painful Hands: Case Report and Review of literature. (Presented at The International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, 26th World Congress, March 21-25, 2004, Maui, Hawaii).

Lohr, J.; Pringle, T.; Muck, P.; Phuong, H.; Thompson, W. Bilateral Lower Extremity Duplex Scanning Revisited. (Presented at The American Venous Forum, Orlando, FL, February 26-29, 2004).

Pringle, T., MD; Muck, P., MD; Zayyat, E., M.D.; Lohr, J., MD & Welling, R.E., MD. “Incidence of Covered Stent Infection following Antibiotic Prophylaxis”. (Presented Bethesda, Maryland, April 5, 2003).


Pringle, T.C.; Valentin, M.; Staughen, J.; Miller, J.; Lohr, J.  “Evaluation of Genetic Differences Between Normal and Varicose Vein using CD RNA Array Technique”.   (2003)

Pringle, Timothy, MD; Muck, Pat, MD; Lohr, Joann, MD; Schlueter, Frank, MD; Valentin, Marlene, MD; Welling, Richard, MD.  “Evaluation of the Cook-Gunther Tulip Vena Cava Filter with Permanent Placement”.  (2003)

Revision of first year Vascular Fellowship curriculum (Completed May 2003)

Instituted Duplex Ultrasound Guidelines for Post-operative Surveillance of Endosvascular Aortic Stent Grafts.  (Completed September 2003)

Educational and Surgical Conferences


Vascular Symposium (2005 & 2006) Round Table Discussion, Columbus, Ohio
Vascular Conference (GoodSamaritanHospital 1st and 3rd Wednesday)
Journal Club (GSH 2nd and 4th Wednesday)
City Wide Vascular Conference (University of Cincinnati every 2nd Saturday of the month)

Formal Presentations

National Medical Association: Dinner Presentation: “ The Role of Endovascular Surgery In the Treatment of PAD” ABBRACCI Restaurant Columbus, Ohio , Dec. 19, 2006

United Way Key Club: Healthy Heart Forum: Preventing A Heart Attack: “The Importance Of Exercise” ( Powerpoint Presentation) MartinLutherKingCenter, Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 2006

Vascular Symposium.  A New Millennium: The Care of the Vascular Surgical Patient (A Powerpoint Presentation) Columbus, Ohio 2005

 Management and Treatment of Renal Artery Stenosis (A Case Presentation), Vascular Radiology Conference, MemorialMedicalCenter, Springfield, Illinois, March 13, 2003.

Current Management and Treatment of Renovascular Disease, (Grand Rounds Presentation) GoodSamaritanHospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 30, 2003

Current Management of Penetrating Vascular Trauma, (Grand Rounds Presentation) GoodSamaritanHospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 20, 2003

Community Services

Organized Community Health Fair: St. James Church of God in Christ, Toledo, Ohio (1998)

Organized Men’s Community Health Forum, (Prostate cancer, HTN, CAD, PVD, Diabetes) Toledo, Ohio (October, 1999)

“Where there is No Vision, People Perish.”  A PowerPoint Presentation to Abundant Faith Christian Center Youth Group, Springfield, Illinois, March 19, 2003

“Importance of Compression Stockings in Prevention of Venous Insufficiency”, A PowerPoint Presentation to The Cincinnati Medical Association, Vernon Manor Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio (Sponsored by Jobst), May 8, 2003

“Prevention and Management of Breast and Colon Cancer.” (Informal presentation) Apostolic FaithChurch, Dayton, Ohio, May 31, 2003

“Management and Treatment of Cellulitis associated with Arterial insufficiency”, Presented to General Surgery Residents, GoodSamaritanHospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 17, 2003 (Sponsored by Zyvox)

“Complications and Treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency”, A PowerPoint Presentation to Cincinnati Medical Association, Vernon Manor Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 25, 2003 (Sponsored by Zyvox)

Keynote Speaker Boy’s and Girls Club “Nutritional Thoughts” by Dr. Pringle

Keynote Speaker Harvest Church Carrollton Texas  “Nutritional Thoughts” by Dr. Pringle June 11, 2011

Awards and Honors

Director of The Fistula First Project: Grant Medical Center.  Columbus, Ohio (present)
Dean’s List (2 times), Ohio University
Cum Laude, Ohio University
Academic all Mid-American Conference Team (1988, 1989)
Honorable Mention All Mid-American Conference Team (1989)
Rawlings Memorial Scholarship, (4 times) awarded to Division I Student – Athletes
Case Western Reserve University Academic Scholarship, (1991-1995)
American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award
Most Compassionate Doctor award 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017
America’s Most Honored Professionals 2017, 2018
Patients’ Choice Award 2018
Top Vascular Surgeon in Texas 2018

Professional Membership

Society of Vascular Surgery
Society of Black Vascular Surgeons
Vascular Access Society of America
Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS)
Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery
Board of Doctor’s Insurance

Extracurricular Activities/ Interests

Music:  saxophone, piano, singing
Sports:  basketball, football, track, and weight lifting


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