Dr. Webb has been taking care of dialysis patients full time since 2000, first at Henry Ford Hospital (2000-2003), then at Michigan Vascular Access, PC. Over that time he has performed over 14 thousand vascular access procedures, including over 6000 diagnostic and interventional radiologic procedures, 2500 fistulas, over 700 grafts, and close to 3000 miscellaneous cases. Dr. Webb’s fistula creation percentage ratio is over 75% fistulas in all comers.
Case log for Michigan Vascular Access 2004 through 2015
Dr. Webb is a regional referral surgeon with a practice limited to vascular access for dialysis. He sees patients from over one hundred dialysis units all over Southeast Michigan, representing the patients of over 300 nephrologists. Michigan Vascular Access is a true regional surgical practice.
Dr. Webb sees 275-400 new patients each year in addition to established patients having problems with their existing access. Of the patients new to our practice, nearly 50% year-to-year have had previous failed or problematic accesses. Dr. Webb sees more than the normal share of complicated or difficult cases, with a heavy load of revisions including proximalization, superficialization and re-superficialization, transposition and re-transposition, replacement grafts, aneurysmoplasty, and so forth, many of which require a concurrent endovascular component. These problem cases are referred from practitioners of the Detroit Medical Center, William Beaumont Hospital, the University of Michigan, Allegiance Hospital System in Jackson, Hurley Hospital and McLaren Health Network in Flint, and Henry Ford Health Network, as well as others around the state.