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Bryan Tole Fisher Sr., MD

Bryan Tole Fisher Sr., MD

Chief of Vascular Surgery

Centennial Medical Center

Doctor Bryan T. Fisher Sr. is both an expert in limb preservation and a nationally recognized vascular surgeon at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Uniquely qualified to address the challenges and solutions aimed at the delivery of high quality patient care, Dr. Fisher is consistently recognized by his peers as a caring professional and respected colleague in the Nashville community. 

Dr. Fisher graduated with honors from Tennessee State University and became a Ronald McNair and MARC Scholar. He was accepted into the UW Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, but deferred one year to teach elementary school in an underserved Virginia community. After medical school, Dr. Fisher completed a five year general surgery residency at The Ohio State University under Dr. E. Christoper Ellison.He then culminated his vascular surgical training at Vanderbilt University under Dr. Thomas C. Naslund.

Dr. Fisher is a board certified Vascular surgeon and is a member of The Surgical Clinic in Nashville, TN. He serves as the Chief of Vascular Surgery, Director of Wound Care, and co-Director of the Center for Limb Preservation. As the Chief of Vascular Surgery at Centennial’s Heart and Vascular Center, Dr. Fisher provides his leadership and vision of providing high quality multidisciplinary care that is cutting edge and of the highest quality.

Dr. Fisher owes his success to his wife and friend of nearly 20 years, Latita Fisher. They have four wonderful children (Bryan Jr., Breahn, Breya, and Brylee). They attend Bethel World Outreach and enjoy family vacations at the beach and downhill skiing.