Cleveland Clinic's Department of Vascular Surgery performs more than 5,000 procedures annually for patients with a broad spectrum of vascular diseases at three inpatient, seven outpatient and four ambulatory surgery facilities. Our experts are national and international leaders in treating aneurismal disease of the thoracic and abdominal aorta, occlusive disease in the cerebrovascular circulation via both open and endovascular methods and the provision of dialysis access and minimally invasive treatments for venous disease. Our staff provides dialysis access to allow those individuals with end-stage renal disease to begin treatment. Many patients are also treated for cerebrovascular disease to reduce the risk of stroke.
Much of our experience is in re-operative surgery for patients whose original operations have been performed elsewhere, and the department serves as a major referral center for these and other difficult cases throughout Ohio and the surrounding states of Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Acting in close cooperation with the Section of Vascular Medicine (within the Robert and Suzanne Tomsich Department of Cardiovascular Medicine), cardiologists and radiologists, the Department of Vascular Surgery provides comprehensive services for all types of peripheral vascular disorders, including the new technology of catheter-based intervention as well as traditional surgical treatment for aneurysms and obstructive arterial disease.
The Department of Vascular Surgery conducts one of the largest post-graduate training programs in vascular surgery in the United States, and our academic work has been published in scientific journals throughout the world. Although the enormous volume of our activity is the hallmark of the department, we are proud that our reputation has been established one patient at a time.
While nearly one-third of our services are currently performed to treat those with atherosclerosis, we also provide a significant number of patients with care for aneurysms of the abdominal and thoracic aortas, and in increasing numbers, for those with venous disease. Our staff also provides dialysis for individuals with end-stage renal disease. Many patients are also treated for cerebrovascular disease to reduce the risk of stroke.
In addition to Cleveland Clinic's Main Campus, our staff also provides care in many neighboring locations throughout Northeast Ohio.
What We Treat
Much of our experience is in re-operative surgery for patients whose original operations have been performed elsewhere, and the department serves as a major referral center for these and other difficult cases.
The Department of Vascular Surgery provides comprehensive services for patients with all types of peripheral vascular disorders, including the new technology of catheter-based intervention as well as traditional surgical treatments:
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Surgery
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Endovascular Grafting
- Abdominal Aneurysm Surgery - Traditional Open Surgery
- Adventitial Cystic Disease
- Atherosclerosis Atherectomy (for PAD)
- Atherosclerosis Endarterectomy (for PAD)
- Atherosclerosis Stenting for PAD
- Bypass Surgery for Atherosclerosis/PAD/PVD
- Bypass Surgery for Venous Disease
- Carotid Artery Aneurysm Surgery
- Carotid Body Tumor Surgery
- Carotid Endarterectomy
- Carotid Stenting
- Congenital Vascular Lesion Repair
- Endovascular Grafting for Aortic Aneurysm
- Endovascular Thermal Ablation
- Limb Salvage
- May Thurner Syndrome
- Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome (PAES)
- Surgical Bypass for Visceral Ischemic Syndrome
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Treatment
- Thrombolysis for venous and arterial thrombus
- Valve Repair for Venous Disease
- Valve Transposition for Venous Disease
- Vein Ligation and Stripping
- Vena Cava Filters
- Venous Aneurysm Repair
- Venous Angioplasty and Stenting
- Vertebral Artery Surgery
- Visceral Arterial Reconstruction
- Visceral Ischemic Endarterectomy
- Wound Care
Why choose Cleveland Clinic for your care?
Our outcomes speak for themselves. Please review our facts and figures and if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
The Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery and its affiliates perform a high volume and variety of procedures. In 2015, they performed 7,277 cardiovascular and thoracic surgical procedures.
- Cleveland Clinic - Main Campus
9500 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44195
- Cleveland Clinic Vein & Vascular Center in Mayfield Heights
Medical Building 2, Mayfield Heights, Ohio 44124
- Beachwood Family Health & Surgery Center
26900 Cedar Rd, Suite 32 North, Beachwood, Ohio 44122
- Chagrin Falls Family Health Center
551 East Washington St, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022
- Twinsburg Family Health Center
8701 Darrow Rd, Twinsburg, Ohio 44087
- Willoughby Hills Family Health Center
2570 SOM Center Rd, Willoughby Hills, Ohio 44094
Appointments: 800.807.2888 or 440.943.2500
- Cleveland Clinic Vein & Vascular Center in Westlake
850 Columbia Rd, Suite 102, Westlake, Ohio 44145
- Elyria Family Health & Surgery Center
303 Chestnut Commons Dr, Elyria, Ohio 44035
- Fairview Park - Dr. Droubi
20990 Lorain Rd, Fairview Park, Ohio 44126
- Lorain Family Health & Surgery Center
5700 Cooper Foster Park Rd, Lorain, Ohio 44053
- Lutheran Hospital: Medical Office
6412 Franklin Blvd, Cleveland, Ohio 44102
- Medina Hospital: Medical Office
970 E. Washington St, Suite 5A, Medina, Ohio 44256
- Vascular Surgery Office at Marymount
Marymount Medical Building, 12000 McCracken Rd, Suite 351, Garfield Hts, Ohio 44125
- Brunswick Family Health Center
3574 Center Rd, Brunswick, Ohio 44212
- Independence Family Health Center
Crown Center II, 5001 Rockside Rd, Independence, Ohio 44131
- Strongsville Family Health & Surgery Center
16761 SouthPark Center, Strongsville, Ohio 44136
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