Immediately following fellowship, Dr. Steiner started Alyeska Vascular Surgery providing open and endovascular surgical services to Alaska. Fast forward to current times, Dr. Steiner serves as the president of AVS staffed with over 20 employees providing vascular and general surgery services. Dr. Steiner collaborates with various specialties such as nephrology, orthopedics, and neurology as well as providing trauma services for Providence Alaska Medical Center and Alaska Regional Hospital.
Dr. Steiner specializes in the treatment of a wide range of vascular diseases from complex carotid stenosis and abdominal aortic aneurysms to upper and lower extremity arterial thrombus or claudication. Additionally, he performs a myriad of endovascular procedures like arterial angioplasties, arteriovenous fistula creation for hemodialysis and open peripheral artery bypass.
With a passion for teaching and development, Dr. Steiner serves as a Master Preceptor to medical students from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences as well as University of Washington MEDEX physician assistant students. These partnerships have turned AVS into a sanctioned training facility for aspiring medical students.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Steiner enjoys traveling, outdoor activities such as fishing and hunting and displays a proclivity for alternative energy technology.