High Point Medical Center Welcomes Robert Ferguson, DO

April 16, 2019

High Point Medical Center proudly welcomes Robert Ferguson, DO to our growing staff of medical providers. Dr. Ferguson will see patients at Wake Forest Baptist Health High Point Medical Center beginning in August 2019.

Dr. Ferguson is a board certified general surgeon. Originally from West Virginia, Dr. Ferguson earned his Bachelor of Science from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV.  He then completed his Doctor of Osteopathy at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, WV and completed a residency in general surgery at Virginia Tech Carillion School of Medicine in Roanoke, VA.  Dr. Ferguson will soon complete his cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston Salem in June 2019.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Ferguson to our highly skilled cardiothoracic surgical team here in High Point,” said Jason Carter, Associate Vice President, Heart and Vascular Services at High Point Medical Center. “The Congdon Heart and Vascular Center is unique in our region and we are proud to have Dr. Ferguson as part of our outstanding clinical team treating patients not only from High Point, but surrounding communities as well.”

Cardiothoracic surgeons treat a variety of pathologies including coronary artery disease, heart valve disease and diseases of the aorta. They also provide a surgical cure for cancer of the lungs and esophagus. Our team provides highly specialized, expert surgical care and support for patients at Congdon Heart and Vascular Center and the Hayworth Cancer Center at High Point Medical Center.

Dr. Ferguson will be performing both cardiac and thoracic surgery with a special focus on robotic lung surgery as well as minimally invasive coronary bypass procedures. He will see patients at the Wake Forest Baptist Health Cardiothoracic Surgery office located at 306 Westwood Avenue, Suite 505 in High Point.  For more information, please call 336-878-6888.

Media contacts:

Becky Kreitz, becky.kreitz@wakehealth.edu336-878-6711