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The Vascular Center at UMMC Midtown Campus brings together a team of board-certified, University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty vascular experts and specialized nurse practitioners to evaluate, diagnose and treat the full spectrum of vascular conditions. The Center is a major teaching site for both the accredited UMMC Vascular Surgery Residency program and the University of Maryland Baltimore County Vascular Ultrasound technology program.
Our physicians work collaboratively with each patient’s primary care physician, cardiologist, podiatrist and/or nephrologist to provide individualized, comprehensive vascular care.
What is Vascular Disease?
Vascular disease affects your body’s blood vessels: the arteries and veins through which blood travels to the body’s cells. When the body’s blood vessels (called the vascular system) are not working as well as they should, the body’s cells can’t get all of the oxygen and nutrition they need to stay healthy.
Learn more about the several different types of vascular disease, how vascular disease is related to diabetes and hypertension, and endovascular treatments.
Location & HoursRoutine vascular services are available Monday through Friday. Emergency vascular services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through on-call coverage. For information or appointments, please contact us at 443-552-2900. The The Vascular Center at UM Midtown is located inside the UM Midtown Professional Building.
Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory at UMMC Midtown CampusTo make an appointment or learn more about the services of this program, located on the second floor of the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus building, call 410-225-8144.
Diseases Treated at the Vascular Center
- Peripheral arterial disease (PAD)
- Deep venous thrombosis (DVT)
- Varicose veins, leg swelling, phlebitis and venous insufficiency
- Thoracic aortic aneurysms and aortic dissections
- Cerebrovascular (carotid) disease
- Hemodialysis access
- Renal artery disease
- Mesenteric arterial disease