The Vascular team at Long Island Community Hospital offers diagnosis and treatment for the complete spectrum of vascular diseases.
If you have a circulatory system condition, whether chronic or emergent, our team is at the ready with genuine concern for your comfort and safety.
Through a clinical relationship with Stony Brook Medicine, Long Island Community Hospital provides our patients with local access to sophisticated vascular care through a dedicated team of Stony Brook Medicine’s expert vascular and endovascular surgeons. Together, with our voluntary vascular surgeons, Long Island Community Hospital is serving our community’s needs with routine to complex vascular care without the delay of transfer.
Our vascular surgeons perform the most advanced endovascular (minimally invasive) and open procedures for treating and managing vascular conditions, including treating complex aortic aneurysms with customized stent grafts made to fit your anatomy. Whether you have arterial or venous disease, our team is here to help.
We have expertise in providing diagnosis and treatment of a complete range of vascular disorders, including:
- aortic aneurysms and aortic dissections
- aortic occlusive disease
- stroke prevention surgery and stenting (carotid endarterectomy; carotid stenting; TransCarotid artery revascularization)
- peripheral artery disease (PAD)
- creation and maintenance of hemodialysis access
- traumatic arterial and venous injury repair
- varicose vein and venous disorders
- pelvic venous congestion
Stony Brook Medicine’s vascular surgeons are an important part of Long Island Community Hospital’s Level III Trauma Center and the Comprehensive Stroke Center, providing onsite emergency care available 24 hours a day.
Our vascular surgeons are members of Stony Brook Medicine’s Center for Vein Care, and offer treatment for:
- acute deep vein thrombosis
- chronic venous thrombosis
- pelvic congestion syndrome
- varicose and spider veins
- venous ulcerations
Our surgeons use the latest surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat varicose veins and spider veins including minimally invasive endovascular procedures, which are performed without general anesthesia or hospitalization. Vein screening and patient consultations are provided at Long Island Community Hospital’s Ambulatory Care building located at 100 Hospital Road, suite 203 in Patchogue.
Stony Brook Medicine Vascular Surgeons at Long Island Community Hospital include:
For more information or an appointment, call 631-638-1670.