Vascular Health Alliance

World-class Cardiovascular and Diagnostic Services

At the Vascular Health Alliance, inspiring flow in the bodies and lives of our patients is our entire team’s goal. It’s our passion, and it’s the result of advanced procedures and world-class research.

Each day, our team is offering a more accessible approach to vascular care. We’re integrating our services, skills and talents to give patients all they need to recover effectively—and improve their flow.

The Vascular Health Alliance is the largest, most comprehensive vascular care center in the Southeast. Located at Prisma Health’ss Patewood Medical Campus, the VHA is one of the only facilities in the United States that provides patients access to a complete range of vascular care. From diagnosis to surgery, venous treatments to nuclear medicine and wound care, the Vascular Health Alliance is leading the way—all under one roof.

“We’ve put together the best team possible for our patients. Whether it’s the latest research or the most complex surgical procedure, we’re all working together to provide the highest level of care for our patients.”
Eugene Langan, MD

Diagnostic Services

At the Vascular Health Alliance, we have all of the latest diagnostic technology available in one convenient location. These on-site resources take the hassle out of testing and lab work, and allow doctors and patients to focus on care regimens and results rather than driving from one specialist’s office to another.

  • Our advanced chest X-ray equipment is fully automated and never requires calibration, so patients and doctors can get more accurate pre-op results faster and easier than ever before.
  • Our nuclear lab incorporates state-of-the-art equipment to test function and capacity during activity. The lab provides patients with a comfortable, accessible space to perform stress tests.
  • The Brilliance™ 64-channel CT scanner configuration provides high-speed, multi-layer coverage for better image quality, allowing physicians to evaluate arteries anywhere in the coronary tree with unprecedented accuracy and clarity.
  • Our on-site phlebotomy station ensures that patients do not have to travel to a separate facility to have blood drawn. Our lab is located alongside our doctors and staff, giving patients seamless access and timely results.
  • The echocardiogram lab is directly adjacent to other key testing sites, allowing patients to comfortably move through a required sequence of tests, while doctors and technologists can compare results and discuss treatment options seamlessly.

Vascular Lab

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. One of the busiest in the region, the vascular lab at the Vascular Health Alliance sees over 20,000 patients each year.

For more information or to make an appointment call (864) 454-VASC (8272). Patients in need of urgent care can be seen the same day.

Vascular Health Alliance Research

The Vascular Health Alliance of Greenville Health System is currently seeking patients to participate in a variety of clinical trials. Prisma Health Institutional Review Committee (IRC) monitors the administration of each study at the hospital system and approves new trials before patients are enrolled. All enrollees must be 18 years old or older.

Adults with Peripheral Arterial Disease

This national study seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of endovascular therapy (a stent or balloon) versus surgical bypass. The randomized, single-blind study evaluates the use of a Paclitaxel-coated balloon for treating lesions located in the femoral and popliteal arteries.

For more information or eligibility requirements, please call (864) 455-9826 or (864) 455-9825.

Adults with Aortic Aneurysm

This study aims to evaluate new stent graft technology for treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysm that would be untreatable using traditional stents.

For more information or eligibility requirements, please call (864) 455-9826 or (864) 455-9825.

Adults with Carotid Disease

This study seeks to evaluate the use of a carotid stent when used with a transcarotid neuroprotection system for carotid revascularization. A registry is being kept to ensure compliance with local and federal CMS regulations regarding carotid stenting and mandatory data collection.

For more information or eligibility requirements, please call (864) 455-9826.

Adults on Hemodialysis

This study aims to evaluate an external support device for the purpose of assisting in AV fistula creation.

For more information or eligibility requirements, please call (864) 455-9833.

Adults with Fibromuscular Dysplaisa (FMD)

This international registry gathers more information about FMD.

For more information or eligibility requirements, call (864) 455-9833.

Adults with Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT)

This registry collects data on a procedure and device used in the removal of fresh soft clots in the venous system.

For more information or eligibility requirements, call  (864) 455-9833.

For more information, call (864) 454-VASC (8272).

Locations

Vascular Health Alliance–Patewood
200 Patewood Drive, Suite C300
Greenville, SC 29615

Vascular Health Alliance–Laurens
Located at the Upstate Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center
1073 Medical Ridge Road
Clinton, SC 29325

Greenville Memorial Hospital
701 Grove Road
Greenville, SC 29605

Greer Memorial Hospital
830 S. Buncombe Road
Greer, SC 29650

North Greenville Hospital
807 N. Main Street
Travelers Rest, SC 29690

Vascular Health Alliance–Oconee (Outpatient Building)
298 Memorial Drive
Seneca, SC 29672