Aaron G. Margulies, MD, FACS
Dr. Aaron G. Margulies has a solo practice in Breast Surgical Oncology and General Surgery with offices at Tennova Turkey Creek in West Knoxville and another office adjacent to Tennova North Knoxville Medical Center just off of Emory Road in Powell.
He is a Fellowship trained, board certified Breast Surgical Oncologist and is a former Susan G. Komen Fellow at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute in Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Margulies did research in many areas of breast cancer and was honored as one of only five distinguished AstraZeneca Scholars at the 28th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in December 2005 for his research on the spread of breast cancer to the bones. Dr. Margulies has also made presentations at the Susan G. Komen Mission Conference, the Southwestern Surgical Congress, the Association for Academic Surgery and the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress.
Dr. Margulies completed a five year residency in general surgery at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, earned his MD from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago and received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
After completing his residency, Dr. Margulies spent five years in suburban San Francisco in the solo practice of general surgery. Dr. Margulies became a leader, helping bring stereotactic and ultrasound guided core needle breast biopsy to his town of Tracy. He also was the first surgeon in his town to do Sentinel Node Biopsy for breast cancer. Dr. Margulies was a member of the Sutter Health Breast Cancer Project and helped to establish both the Cancer Support Services of Tracy and the Tracy Relay-for-Life of the American Cancer Society.
Dr. Margulies has performed hundreds of surgeries and is in the Top 10% of breast surgeons in the US (by number of surgeries).
Dr. Margulies currently lives in Farragut with his wife, Imelda and their four beautiful children, Rachel, Benjamin, Reuben and Grace.