Medical Professionals

All professionals at Mountain State Vascular maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the field of vascular surgery. Read on to learn more about our staff's experience and training.

Medical Director

Dr. Brian Whyte is a board certified in vascular and general surgery who has trained in New York and Kentucky and practiced in Alabama and West Virginia.  Since 2007, he has successfully operated a medical practice in West Virginia. 

As an active member of the medical staff of several hospitals in West Virginia, Dr. Whyte has held several positions responsible for improving the quality of patient care, medical education and advancement of surgical techniques.

In addition to his responsibilities in the medical community, Dr. Whyte has always maintained direct involvement with patient care as the hallmark of his professional career.  He spends a great deal of his time sharing his expertise with residents.

With over 20 years of experience in the practice of general and vascular surgery, Dr. Whyte dedicates his professional activities to the modern management of arterial and venous disease.

He is adept at business management and is an expert in insurance contracting, credentialing, and marketing.  He has special interest in helping physicians maintain practice independence.




Temple University, Philadelphia, PA – BS Electrical Engineering -1980


Auburn University, Auburn, AL – MBA Physicians Executive Program, 2014

Medical School:

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, Doctor of Medicine- 1987


NY Hospital-Downtown, New York NY- 1987-1988


Harlem Hospital, New York, NY- 1988-1989


NY Medical Center-Queens, Flushing, NY-1989-1993

Vascular Fellowship:

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 1993 -1995

Post-Doctoral Certification:

ARDMS -Vascular Technology, RVT, RPVI -2000

Ultrasound Technologist | Technician

Mackenzie Bowyer B.S. RVT RDMS

Elizabeth Vines B.S. RVT RDMS

An ultrasound scan is a medical test that uses high-frequency sound waves to capture live images from the inside of your body. It’s also known as sonography.

An ultrasound allows your doctor to see problems with organs, vessels, and tissues without needing to make an incision.  Unlike other imaging techniques, ultrasound uses no radiation.

During an ultrasound, high frequency sound waves, or ultrasound waves, are bounced off tissues in the body by using a special device and are then reflected back to the ultrasound machine.  These sound waves are then converted into an image and displayed on the computer screen. The technologist evaluates blood flow through the vessel, looking for narrowed areas (blockages) in the arteries and blood clots in the veins.  

At Mountain State Vascular our vascular lab participates in voluntary accreditation through the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) which means we are able to demonstrate a higher level of patient care, leading to better outcomes for our patients.