Vascular Surgery

Providing the most effective care, close to home

Prisma Health has earned a national reputation for superior vascular surgery outcomes informed by cutting-edge research and expertise. Our vascular surgeons are able to provide the very latest procedures while maintaining a commitment to the highest standards, protocols and continuity of care.

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The Vascular Health Alliance is the largest, most comprehensive vascular care center in the Southeast. From diagnosis to surgery, venous treatments to nuclear medicine and wound care, the Vascular Health Alliance is leading the way – all under one roof.

Prisma Health is an academic medical center, and we believe in furthering the advancement of medicine through research and clinical trials. A variety of vascular clinical trials are actively seeking patient participation.

Designed with faster, better results in mind, our nationally accredited, state-of-the-art vascular lab is located next to our patient exam rooms, allowing doctors to make diagnoses and treatment decisions without delay.

IAC-accredited vascular lab

At the Prisma Health vascular lab, high-quality patient care is our top priority. The Prisma Health Vascular Lab is accredited by the IAC (Intersocietal Accreditation Commission) in five vascular specialties. We hold accreditation certifications in extra cranial, peripheral arterial, peripheral venous, visceral duplex and screening vascular exams. We are the only vascular lab in the state of South Carolina to hold all five of these certifications at one location.

New program: Prisma Health Aortic Center

The physicians with Vascular Health Alliance at Prisma Health have developed a comprehensive program for caring for patients with vascular disease. This has led to the initiation of the Prisma Health Aortic Center for the treatment of any ailment affecting the aorta. The range of diseases treated includes: aortic aneurysm (an enlargement of the blood vessel in the chest or abdomen), aortic dissection (a separation in the layers of the blood vessel wall), and aortic occlusive disease (a blockage usually caused by atherosclerosis).

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