Dr. Andrew Mullins is a passionate and dedicated Interventional Radiologist with an exceptional background in healthcare and military service. After completing a medical degree at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine through a Navy Health Professions Scholarship, Dr. Mullins embarked on a journey of service, including a surgical internship at National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD, and two years as a General Medical Officer with Special Boat Team-22. His commitment to keeping Naval Special Forces members healthy at the forefront of action showcases his unwavering dedication. This valuable experience allowed him to save lives and provide critical care in a challenging environment.
Dr. Mullins transitioned to private practice, building a thriving Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology practice at a community hospital. Now, he is excited to join forces with Dr. Williams in Peoria, sharing the passion for aggressively treating peripheral arterial disease to prevent life-altering consequences like amputation.