Meet Flint's Vascular Specialists
Dr. Mohmmed Margni
MD, FACS, RPVI
Trained at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio
Dr. Margni, returned to Flint in 2012, as chief of vascular surgery at Hurley Medical Center (HMC). He was in Flint previously during his medical training, in 2005, for an internship at HMC. Dr. Margni is a proponent of limb salvage and preservation. Dr. Margni went into private practice in June of 2015. Dr. Margni holds privileges at Hurley Medical Center, McLaren Flint and McLaren Lapeer.
Dr. Margni actively plays soccer and volleyball on local recreational teams. However, his favorite sport is basketball. Many have tried to convert him to a fan of the legendary Detroit bad boys but his heart still remains in Cleveland with the Cavaliers. Lebron James is his favorite player but history will repeat itself and the Cavs are destined for another championship.
Dr. Babatunde Almaroof
MD, FACS, RPVI
Trained at Eastern Virginia in Norfolk, Virginia
Dr. Almaroof began his career at Hurley Medical Center (HMC) in 2012 where he was an integral partner in setting up the Vascular program for the community. He enjoys research and has been part of a number of studies. He also enjoys teaching residents and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Michigan State University. Dr. Almaroof went into private practice in June of 2015. Dr. Almaroof holds privileges as Hurley Medical Center, McLaren Flint and McLaren Lapeer.
Dr. Almaroof is an avid sports enthusiast. When he is not seeing patients or in surgery you can catch him on his iPad streaming any sport being broadcast.