Chad R. Swan, M.D.Dr. Swan was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and anthropology from Tulane University. He received his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He completed a General Surgery residency at St. Joseph Hospital in Houston, TX. Dr. Swan completed fellowships in Vascular and Cardiothoracic Surgery at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC.

Dr. Swan is board-certified in three specialties: He is board-certified in General Surgery and Vascular Surgery by the American Board of Surgery and is board-certified in Thoracic Surgery by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery.

He is also actively involved in the American College of Surgeons, the Southern Association for Vascular Surgery, the Society for Vascular Surgery and the Society of Thoracic Surgeons.

Dr. Swan was Chief of Surgery at Hendersonville Medical Center from 2014 through 2015. He serves on local non-profit Board of directors for Salvus Center from 2016 to 2018 and United Way Sumner County from 2015 until 2021.

Dr. Swan practices Vascular and Thoracic Surgery since 2005 in Nashville, TN and Hendersonville, TN currently as part of his private practice Swan Surgical, PLLC

Dr. Swan enjoys community involvement including multiple student internship programs, beginning in 2006 to the present, across many Sumner County schools including Pope John Paul II HS, Beech Senior HS, Westmoreland HS, Merroll Hyde HS, and Station Camp HS. He is a key note speaker for the Sumner County School district’s drug and alcohol abuse prevention program since 2008. 2019 began his first year to serve as a mentor for the TN Achieves/TN Promise college scholarship program.

Outside of work Dr. Swan enjoys hobbies of sports photography, snow skiing with family, and vegetable gardening.

Dr. Swan resides in Sumner County, TN with his wife, Kelly, and three daughters, Kathryn, Samantha and Charlotte.

Dr. Swan was introduced to vein care and vein procedures during Vascular Surgery fellowship in 2002.

“Back during my fellowship in 2002 during the early stages for development of new devices to treat vein disease, I was initially skeptical of the treatment. Very quickly, I was amazed and overwhelmed by the consistent and rapid improvement in patient symptoms. I knew this would be a must in my practice as a vascular surgeon”