Jonathan Gates, MD, MBA, is a 1979 graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, CT, and a 1983 graduate of Cornell University Medical College. He completed his general surgery and cardiac surgery training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and went on to complete the John Homans Vascular Surgery Fellowship at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in 1991. This was followed by two years in the basic science research laboratory of Morris Karnovsky, PhD, studying the pathogenesis of intimal hyperplasia at Harvard Medical School (HMS). As an Associate Professor of Surgery at HMS, Dr. Gates enjoyed an active and varied practice in vascular surgery collaborating extensively with urology, thoracic surgery, surgical oncology, and orthopedic oncology as well as maintaining the Directorship of the Trauma Center at the Brigham for 24 years. In 2016, Dr. Gates became the Ludwig J. Pyrtek, MD, Chair of the Department of Surgery and Chief of Trauma at Hartford Hospital. His academic position as Professor of Surgery at the University of Connecticut allows him to continue practicing trauma and vascular surgery. Recently, he has stepped down from the Chief of Surgery position to continue as the Chief of Trauma and pursue an active clinical practice in adult and pediatric vascular surgery, serving as the Director of the Trauma Network for Hartford Healthcare.
Jonathan Gates, MD, MBA