NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia has long enjoyed a reputation for excellence for its expertise in treating cardiac and vascular disorders. With the establishment of the Vascular Surgery Vein Program in 2010, the hospital's vascular services have been fully completed such that disorders of the heart, the arteries, and now the veins are all treated with our same expert level of care. We are very pleased to offer patients the full spectrum of therapies for venous diseases, from cosmetic concerns about spider veins, symptomatic varicose veins, and venous ulcers to life-threatening complications such as those associated with deep vein thrombosis.
The vision of the Vascular Surgery Vein Program is to provide the full spectrum of minimally invasive treatments for vein disease. Our center is the leading academic hospital-affiliated program in vein therapy in the U.S. Our director and faculty have been actively involved in the development of almost all minimally invasive vein therapies since the mid 1990's, and in physician training both nationally and internationally.
The Vascular Surgery Vein Program includes locations at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in upper Manhattan, 1790 Broadway, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, New Jersey, and the Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville NY.