Dr. Charles Ingalls - retired December 2012. Dr. Ingalls founded Montgomery Vascular Surgery in 1991. He received his MD from the University of Alabama in Birmingham as well as his training in Vascular Surgery. From 1976 through 1978, he served as a vascular surgeon in the Air Force in Washington D.C. Following this, he began his practice in Montgomery and subsequently formed Montgomery Vascular Surgery in 1991. He was in the forefront in the development of minimally invasive vascular surgery in Alabama and performed the first successful repair of an aneurysm in Alabama using this technique. Dr. Ingalls served as a mentor to Drs. Engles, Redd, and Hipp. He was an outstanding leader within the field of Vascular Surgery and Baptist South Hospital. He has had a tremendous positive influence on numerous physicians, nurses, staff, and most importantly patients.