Prince Frederick, MD
The Center for Vascular Medicine is here to guide and effectively treat you. Our vascular specialists can help in the diagnosis and treatment of deep venous and arterial diseases of the pelvis and lower extremities. Information about our comprehensive care center in Prince Frederick, Maryland.
Accredited Vascular Testing Center
The Center for Vascular Medicine has been granted a three-year term of accreditation in Vascular Testing in the areas of Peripheral Arterial Testing by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). Accreditation through the IAC is a “seal of approval” that patients can rely on as an indication that the facility has been carefully critiqued on all aspects of its operations considered relevant by medical experts in the field of Vascular Testing.
- Short 11-minute drive from Dares Beach
- Near the Fox Run Shopping Center
- Services all of Calvert County including Huntingtown, St. Leonard, Solomons, Chesapeake Beach and Dunkirk, MD, St. Marys County, Hughesville, Mechanicsville
- Services include: Consultation, Venous and Arterial Procedures
- Treatment of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (PCS), May-Thurner Syndrome (MTS), Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
The Center for Vascular Medicine is conveniently reached by taking MD-768/Virginia Ave toward Chesapeake Ave. Turn right onto Chesapeake Ave. Turn right onto MD-402/Dares Beach Rd. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit. Turn right onto MD-2 N/MD-4 N. There is a Taco Bell on the corner. Take the Steeple Chase Dr. Exit. The center is on your right.
From Waldorf the center is only a 24.2 mile drive. Depart on MD-925/Old Washington Rd toward MD-5 BR/Leonardtown Rd. Turn right onto MD-5 BR/Leonardtown Rd. Bear right to stay on MD-5 BR/Leonardtown Rd. Keep going straight onto MD-5 S/Leonardtown Rd. Keep to your left to stay on MD-5 S. Take the right ramp toward Hughesville/Price Frederick. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto MD-231 E/Prince Frederick Rd. At the roundabout take 1st exit onto MD-231/ Prince Frederick Rd. Turn right onto MD-2 S/MD-4 S. Turn back onto MD-2 N/MD-4 N. Take the Steeple Chase Dr. exit. The center is on your right.
If you are traveling south to the center from Edgewater, your drive will be about 46 minutes. Depart on Stepney Ln/Stepney Ln toward MD-2/Solomons Island Rd. Bear left onto MD-2/Solomons Island Rd. BP is on the corner. Pass through 2 roundabouts and stay on MD-2. Turn left onto MD-2 S/MD-4 S/Solomons Island Road. You will pass a Sunoco gas station in 5.5 miles. Keep left onto the same road. Take the Steeple Chase Drive exit. The center is on your right.
Talk with a staff member at (301) 486-4690 to learn more about our services and our locations.
301 Steeple Chase Dr.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Monday - Friday
7:30am - 4:30pm
Phone: (301) 486-4690
Fax: (301) 441-8809
- Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
- Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- May Thurner Syndrome
- Chronic Venous Insufficiency
- Post Thrombotic Syndrome
The Center for Vascular Medicine is dedicated to helping patients diagnose and treat vascular disease in the legs, feet, and pelvic area. Our physicians help with deep venous and arterial disorders that cause chronic pelvic pain, leg pain especially at night or walking, and feet discomfort. Patients visit our facility when they show signs and symptoms of poor blood circulation, pelvic pain, restless legs or feet, swelling, ulcers, and discoloration of the lower extremities.
Call our facility to schedule an appointment or ask questions.
Why Choose The Center for Vascular Medicine
Board Certified Vascular Specialists.
- Expert Network
A network of vascular experts dedicated to helping patients like you find pain relief from vascular disorders.
- Best Service
World class service provided to each patient (based on third party healthcare NPS scores).
- Better Treatment for Pain
Best in class outcomes with minimal complications.
- Most Experience
One of the largest providers of arterial and venous procedures in the United States. Our physicians are active in vascular research to find better solutions for patients.