Vascular Surgery Division Overview
Over the past decade, there have been dramatic advances in the treatment of patients with vascular disease. In the Division of Vascular Surgery, our ongoing commitment to improving patient care has resulted in the development of new techniques to minimize discomfort and improve the outcome of treatment. Our emphasis on caring for the patient as a whole has resulted in more effective and comprehensive therapy. The wide array of patient services available within our vascular division ensures that nearly every condition can be managed successfully.
The Vascular Surgery Service at Mount Sinai has been responsible for many advances in vascular surgery. These include minimally invasive treatments for the prevention of stroke and for the repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms. Dr. Peter L. Faries, Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery and Dr. Michael L. Marin, Chairman of the Department of Surgery, have assembled a team of world renowned surgeons. Our vascular surgeons, together with outstanding physician care extenders and ancillary staff, are dedicated to achieving unsurpassed quality in patient care. Our team prides itself on providing the highest level of compassion and communication with our patients and families, serving as a model for medical centers worldwide.
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New York, NY 10029
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