Vascular and endovascular surgeons in the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) Heart & Vascular Center are uniquely trained to evaluate and treat a wide spectrum of conditions affecting the veins and arteries of the vascular system as well as the lymphatic system. We offer proven and effective diagnostic, medical and surgical services—from interventions that prevent stroke to life-saving treatments for traumatic injuries and ruptured aneurysms. Our surgeons have deep expertise in minimally invasive or endovascular procedures, including angioplasty and stenting.
As part of our academic medical center, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery in the Heart & Vascular Center employs board certified surgeons—Harvard Medical Center faculty who are engaged in life-changing cardiac research while also training future surgeons through our fellowship programs.
Our vascular and endovascular surgeons work with a multidisciplinary team of vascular specialists, offering patients holistic and compassionate care within the Heart & Vascular Center’s state-of the-art Shapiro Cardiovascular Center.
One of the largest heart and vascular centers in the United States, the Heart & Vascular Center—nationally ranked in the specialty of cardiology and heart surgery by U.S. News & World Report — treats over 47,000 outpatients and 7,000 inpatients and performs more than 1,100 procedures annually. Vascular and endovascular surgery services are also available at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital, Brigham Health and Brigham and Women's/Mass General Health Care Centers in Foxborough and Brigham and Women’s Surgical Associates at South Shore Hospital.