Our mission at CVI is to serve patients at risk for limb loss with a combined and collaborative 50-years’ experience in vascular intervention and wound care. Our goal at CVI is limb salvage/amputation prevention and we have repeatedly made positive differences in the lives of peripheral vascular disease and chronic wound patients and produced results with both efficiency and success unmatched by any other vascular practice in the Greater Atlanta area.
Dr. Douglas Redd, MD
Influenced by Andreas Gruentzig, the inventor of balloon angioplasty. Dr. Redd spent much of his career in academic, research-based medicine, holding assistant professorships at UPenn and Emory. He left the hospital system in 2005 to establish an outpatient vascular interventional medicine practice and has focused on the minimally invasive treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) for most of the past decade.
The Center for Vascular Intervention was established in response to the epidemic of PAD which is prevalent in metro-Atlanta and North Georgia. By performing highly advanced endovascular procedures below the knee and within the foot, Dr. Redd has become an expert in limb salvage and has prevented numerous patients from undergoing limb amputations. His vision of multi-specialty, holistic care for the treatment of Peripheral Vascular Disease is what makes the Center for Vascular Intervention uniquely positioned to offer patients with the critical limb ischemia complex endovascular treatment options for managing PAD with the goal of amputation prevention.
Dr. Belinda Marcus, MD
Dr. Belinda Marcus, MD, FACEP, CWS, PCHM, is a seasoned clinician and medical director. Her experience within medicine spans the spectrum from research and teaching to everyday clinical practice. Her scientific endeavors began with bench research at Merck & Co. as a college student at University of Pennsylvania and has since included a multi-center prospective trial, case studies and peer-reviewed publications within the realm of wound care.
In 2003, she immersed herself into the world of hyperbaric medicine and wound care. Over the last 15 years, she has continued to explore new technologies within this unique specialty and has lectured extensively on her clinical experiences. She joined the Center for Vascular Intervention in February of 2018 to partner with Dr. Doug Redd to create a limb salvage program and provide the most comprehensive, innovative and holistic care to all of her patients.
Through it all, her passion and primary focus remains delivering outstanding care to her patients. Her professional goal is to see all patients heal and return to a happier, healthier and improved quality of life. Dr. Marcus is first and foremost a mother to two amazing children and three adopted rescue dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys music, traveling, reading and movies.
Dr. Rizción Dagani, DPM, MBA
Dr. Rizción Dagani, DPM, MBA is a fellowship-trained podiatrist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle pathology. Her interests include Diabetic Limb Salvage and Wound Care as well as Sports Medicine.
A Floridian, Dr. Dagani completed her undergraduate studies at Florida State University and also received a Master’s degree from the University of Central Florida. She then obtained her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. She then completed a three-year residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery with Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery at Madigan Army Medical Center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state. Following residency, Dr. Dagani completed additional post-graduate training with the Southwestern Podiatric Surgical Sports Medicine Fellowship in San Juan Capistrano, California and with the Atlanta Reconstructive Surgery and Limb Preservation Fellowship in Atlanta, Georgia. Throughout her training, she has been involved in clinical research and has lectured at local and state conferences.
Dr. Dagani is committed to providing the highest quality care to her patients. She looks forward to working with you
CVI Insurance Carriers
- Anthem BCBS
- TriCare for Life
In order to honor and care for the veterans in our community, CVI is proud to be a community partner in the Veterans Choice Program, administered by TriWest Healthcare Alliance. The Veterans Choice Program is one of several programs through which a Veteran can receive care from a community provider, paid for by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). For example, if a Veteran needs an appointment for a specific type of care, and VA cannot provide the care in a timely manner or the nearest VA medical facility is too far away or too difficult to get to, then a Veteran may be eligible for care through the Veterans Choice Program.