• To promote vascular wellness by providing contemporary, high-quality vascular care to the communities we serve.
  • To treat our patients with dignity, compassion, and exceptional service in a way that honors our creator.


  • To become the premier vascular health center in East Texas, providing extensive on-site preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic services.
  • To develop outreach services bringing exceptional vascular care to surrounding communities.


  • Excellence, Humility, Integrity, Trustworthiness, and Good Stewardship



Mark R. Robbins, M.D., FACS
Board Certified General Surgeon | Board Certified Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon | Vein Specialist

Dr. Mark Robbins earned his medical degree in 1995 from the University of Iowa and trained for 5 years at the University of Kansas – Wichita as a surgical resident. In 2000, he earned his board certification in general surgery and practiced for three years as a general surgeon achieving the rank of major at Sheppard Air Force Base Hospital. In 2003, Dr. Robbins was accepted into the vascular surgery fellowship program at the renowned Jobst Vascular Center in Toledo, Ohio.

Dr. Robbins treats all aspects of arterial and venous disease, with an emphasis on minimally invasive endovascular procedures that allow for quick recovery and return to normal activities. Dr. Robbins’ passion for the treatment of the human vascular system spurred him to decide to treat varicose and spider veins in addition to the complex, and often life threatening conditions of PAD, aneurysms, carotid stenosis, and other traditional vascular diseases.



Tyrone J. Miller, D.O., FACOS, FACS
Board Certified General Surgeon | Board Certified Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon | Vein Specialist

Our newest associate, Tyrone J. Miller, D.O. Dr. Miller is a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons and joins us after two years of successful practice here in Tyler, Texas. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and skills in vascular, endovascular, general and robotic surgery.

Dr. Miller received his Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Arizona in 2001. During his undergraduate study he worked as a paramedic at local Tucson hospitals, followed by work as a paramedic and firefighter for Rural Metro Fire Department in Pima County, Arizona for one year.

In 2002, Dr. Miller was accepted into the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. Between his first and second year of medical school, he earned a research fellowship under Wade Grow, PhD. This led to his first authored publication Mercury Decreases the Frequency of Induced but not Spontaneous Clustering of Acetylcholine Receptors, Cell and Tissue Research, May, 2004.

After graduating with Honors in 2006, Dr. Miller began a five year General Surgery residency at Michigan State University/McLaren Macomb Medical Center in Mt. Clemens, Michigan, where he was named Chief Resident in his final year. He then entered into a two year Vascular Surgery Fellowship through Michigan State University, with one year at McLaren Macomb Medical Center and one year at the world famous Arizona Heart Institute. Here, Dr. Miller trained under Dr.’s Julio Rodriguez-Lopez, Venkatesh Ramaiah, Grayson Wheatley and David Caparelli. During this time he was exposed to all facets of vascular and endovascular surgery.

Dr. Miller moved to East Texas in July of 2013 with his wife, Heather Compton, D.D.S., a local dentist, and their son, John. Although not from Texas originally, Dr. Miller grew up in Houston and owns land in South Texas. After making yearly trips back to the family ranch, he and his wife decided to make Texas their home for good.


Angela Harden

Angela Harden, PA-C, WCC

Angela joined our Vascular Tyler team in April 2017 as our Physician Assistant with additional certification in wound care. Angie started her career as a nurse after graduating from University of Texas at Tyler with her Bachelor of Nursing in May of 1999. Her main focus as a nurse was Women’s Health until deciding to return to college in 2005. She attended the University of North Dakota and obtained a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2007. As a PA, she practiced primary care in a Rural Health Clinic for 4 years before returning to the Tyler area to practice in a general surgery and wound clinic in 2011. In 2013, she became Wound Care Certified by the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy. Angie treats her patients like family and friends, with kindness and honesty. She strongly believes in taking time to educate in order to allow her patients to best participate in their own care.

Angie and her husband, Brad, have been married since 1996 with two beautiful daughters. She supports her husband and their busy teenage daughters in all their endeavors. Her family’s favorite hobby is showing livestock which allows very little spare time. When she does have precious down time, she loves to simply relax with family and friends.