Jefferson University Hospitals

Vascular & Endovascular Surgery

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Appointments are available for new and existing patients. See below for more information.

The medical staff within Jefferson's Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery provides advanced treatments for patients with arterial and venous disorders through open surgical repair and minimally invasive endovascular techniques, including varicosity excisions, sclerotherapy and minimally invasive treatment for venous reflux.

Our reputation for treating the most complex aorta disorders attracts referrals and emergency transfers from throughout the Northeast. Ongoing clinical trials place Jefferson among the first hospitals in the U.S. to treat patients with the most advanced procedures and technologies.

Working with the staff at the Jefferson Aorta Center, our vascular surgeons treat all types of aortic aneurysms through surgical and endovascular repair. We also perform stenting procedures of renal and visceral vessels. In collaboration with Jefferson neurologists, the Division's vascular surgeons have established an advanced cerebrovascular reconstruction program that encompasses traditional surgery and carotid stenting.

Convenient Offices Throughout the Philadelphia Area

With locations in Philadelphia and Voorhees, New Jersey, you're just a short drive from comprehensive diagnosis and treatment options available through Jefferson's vascular and endovascular surgeons. Beginning in 2021, Jefferson will be home to new, modern vascular and endovascular treatments, located right in South Philadelphia.  

Vascular & Endovascular Surgery Research & Education

Visit the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University for more on research and education.

During COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak

We are still scheduling appointments for new and existing patients; however, we have made several temporary adjustments to how we deliver care to reduce your risk and ensure safety. Adjustments we’ve made include:

  • Video/Telehealth visits
    These visits allow you to use a mobile device (smartphone or tablet) or desktop computer with a camera to speak with your physician through a video connection.
  • Expanded In-person appointment hours
    We added early-morning and evening appointments for those with medical conditions that make them more susceptible to illness. Additionally, we created appropriate space between chairs in waiting areas and ensure that all patients and care team members have masks and appropriate protection.
  • Increased Health Protocols
    Learn some of the necessary steps we’ve taken to help patients and healthcare providers with their health.

Learn more about initiating a video visit by speaking with your physician’s office or by visiting our telehealth services page.

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