The Center for Vascular HealthAll seven of our locations offer quality and comprehensive vascular treatments for a range of vascular disorders. We are an accredited vascular testing center and provide resources, treatment, and education for our patients.
With six location throughout Maryland, Center for Vascular Medicine is the convenient go to medical center for help with your vascular concerns. With advancements in modern technology, many vascular treatments are now non-invasive and can be performed on an outpatient basis. Our Center for Vascular Medicine has a team of highly trained vascular specialists that work together to build our patient's personalized treatment plans.
PAD- peripheral arterial disease, can cause dangerous blood clots in the legs. Approximately 8 million people in the U.S are affected by PAD but many go undiagnosed until it is too late. PAD is a dangerous health condition that can lead to heart attacks, strokes, or even death. It is important to know the signs of PAD so you may seek early treatment. The Center for Vascular Health of the greater Maryland and Metro DC area offers comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of PAD and other vascular diseases.
Monday, June 1st, 2015 will mark the re-opening of the Center for Vascular Medicine Silver Spring location! This location will continue to provide high quality diagnostic and treatment services for vascular disease "outside of the heart": this includes pelvic pain disease.
- September 25th at our Glen Burnie location
- September 24, 2015 at our Laurel location
Dr. Gaurav Lakhanpal is a member of our team of physicians at the Center for Vascular Medicine. He brings his education, training and years of experience as a cardiologist to patients who can benefit from endovascular interventional procedures. With an in depth understanding of how these procedures can improve both health and daily quality of life, Dr.
The Center for Vascular Medicine has published the Summer Newsletter with several key articles on current medical issues. Here are highlights from this issue, which is available for download here. Increased patient coverage with ACA: under the new regulations put forth in the Affordable Care Act, patients with chronic kidney and vascular disease are no longer denied insurance coverage due to "existing condition" status.