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At Center for Vascular Medicine, we are very concerned for the health and safety of our patients and employees. Our team is carefully watching for updates regarding the new coronavirus (COVID-19) and referring to trusted healthcare organizations as well as governmental agencies for recommendations on precautionary measures.
Please note that any patient that arrives to the office with flu-like symptoms (fever, coughing, etc.) will not be seen and asked to reschedule their appointment. This is in the best interest of our doctors, staff and patient population, many of whom suffer from chronic conditions and have compromised immune systems.
In accordance with CDC guidelines, if you, or anyone you’ve come in contact with has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or has traveled to China, Iran, Italy or South Korea in the last 14 days, please call our office to reschedule your appointment.
If you have questions about COVID-19, please click here for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collection of FAQs which may help.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Home to a team of experienced specialists, committed to the long-term treatment, monitoring and prevention of vascular disease.
Our team of doctors has 10 convenient locations throughout Maryland and the greater DC area.
Dr. Satwah is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), focused in the area of interventional cardiology and endovascular medicine.Read More
Dr. Sanjiv Lakhanpal is the founder and CEO of Center For Vascular Medicine, serving the needs of patients in the…Read More
Dr. Michael Malone joins the Center for Vascular Medicine (CVM) with a special interest in complex peripheral interventions, as well…Read More
Use our self assessment tool to determine if you are experiencing any of the symptoms of P.A.D. or have any risk factors for the disease. Early intervention is critical for the best long term results and most conservative treatment options.Read More
We ask that you please download and complete our new patient forms prior to your first visit to help expedite the registration process. Remember to bring your insurance information as well as a photo id and referral slip (if required).Download Forms
Our patient handbook contains information about peripheral artery disease and how we treat it at the Center for Vascular Medicine. There is also a section on how to prepare for your procedure and what to expect during recovery.Read More
Diagnostic and interventional P.A.D. treatments are typically covered by insurance. We work with most health insurance providers. Coverage varies from one plan to another. Please consult with us for specific information about your carrier.Read More
Your body needs a variety of nutrients to function in peak condition, and a plant-based diet can provide them. Eating your fruits and vegetables keeps your waistline in check, your…Read More
Vein disease affects men and women, and its consequences aren’t just cosmetic. While painful, swollen veins or bulges on the surface of the skin on your legs and feet can…Read More
Vascular disease affects over 15 million American adults and often goes undiagnosed. Your cardiovascular system is made up of blood vessels that transport blood to and from the heart, so…Read More
Nearly one million Americans die of cardiovascular-related diseases every year and half of those deaths are caused by vascular conditions outside of the heart, such as in the upper extremities…Read More