Dr. Evan Brownie grew up in Southwest Florida before attending high school in Petoskey, Michigan. From there, he attended Central Michigan University on a football scholarship and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in biomedical sciences and chemistry. He graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine with distinction before completing his general surgery internship and residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He would then complete a vascular surgery fellowship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital through Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis before moving to Salt Lake City in 2019 to join Intermountain as a vascular surgeon.
His mission is to form long-term relationships with his patients by addressing their presenting problem, preventing future complications and consequences of their existing disease, and to alleviate pain attributable to his patient’s vascular insufficiency. Dr. Brownie’s clinical interests include endovascular and open treatment of thoracic and abdominal vascular aneurysmal and occlusive disease, thoracic outlet syndrome, cerebrovascular disease including transfemoral and transcarotid stenting, critical limb ischemia and functional limb salvage, dialysis access, and venous disorders. His administrative interests include patient safety and quality improvement, comparative outcomes within vascular surgery, cost efficiency, and valuing the specialty of vascular surgery within the healthcare system.
When not caring for his patients, Evan prioritizes relaxing and spending time with his closest friends, family, and loved ones. His hobbies include golf, fitness, grilling, and weekend excursions.