Where is your office located?
We are at: 3033 N. Central Avenue, Suite 610, Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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What are your office hours?
Normal office hours are: Monday to Thursday - 8am to 4pm | Friday - 8am to 12pm
Are you accepting new patients?
Yes we are! To schedule an appointment with one of our skilled vascular physicians, please contact us today.
How do I make an appointment?
Call our office at (602) 277-7430 to schedule an appointment for testing or an office visit.
What insurances do you accept?
Vascular Surgery Specialists accepts a number of insurance plans. For a full list of the insurances we accept, click here for our insurances accepted page. If you have a question about insurance acceptance, please give us a call at (602) 277-7430.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Bring your insurance card, picture id, and copies of any relevant records. Records could include radiology, related procedures, notes, pathology, etc. Click here to download our New Patient Paperwork forms that need to be filled out before you see a physician. You can speed along your check-in process by bringing these completed forms with you to your first appointment.
What kinds of vascular conditions do you treat?
At Vascular Surgery Specialists, we offer treatment for a wide variety of vascular conditions and disorders. These include abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral vascular disease, carotid stenosis, and more. To learn more about the disorders we treat, see our Vascular Conditions page.
What kind of treatments and procedures does Vascular Surgery Specialists have to offer?
We provide surgery, endovascular surgery and non-surgical procedures for the conditions we treat. To learn more about the treatments we offer, please see our Vascular Conditions page.
What does Board Certified mean?
Surprisingly, some surgeons that practice vascular surgery in Phoenix are not board certified in vascular surgery. All of our surgeons at Vascular Surgery Specialists are board-certified in general and vascular surgery. The American Board of Surgery sets stringent requirements to qualify for the Vascular Surgery examination. In order to become board certified in vascular surgery, a physician must pass extensive training and examination in general and vascular surgery over a period of years.
What is a vascular surgeon?
Today’s vascular surgeon has completed a one- or two-year vascular fellowship, is board-certified by the American Board of Vascular Surgery and is not only trained in surgical care for patients with arterial, venous and lymphatic diseases but also has extensive experience in the non-invasive and minimally invasive endovascular techniques.
What is vascular surgery?
Vascular surgery is surgical treatment for patients with diseases, disorders, or inflammation of the veins and arteries. These diseases of the blood vessels can include vasculitis, aneurysms, ischemia, thrombosis, varicose veins, and immune system abnormalities.