Vascular Surgery

Allegiance Health vascular surgeons specialize in the treatment of disorders of the blood and blood vessels. They perform surgery on nearly all veins and arteries, with the exception of blood vessels within the brain and heart.

Vascular surgeons may insert stents (tiny wire-mesh tubes placed into arteries to keep them open) or make other surgical repairs involving blood flow function. They also treat pulmonary embolisms (blood clots lodged in the lungs), deep-vein thrombosis or DVT (a blood clot in a deep vein) and varicose veins. Treatment can include surgery, minimally invasive procedures, medicine and exercise.


Allegiance Health has offered vascular surgery services since 2005. Our surgeons have performed more than 210 minimally invasive procedures involving the repair of aneurysms, as well as providing continuing follow-up care.

Excellent Clinical Outcomes

The Allegiance vascular surgery program has consistently achieved excellent result, including lower complication and infection rates, and a shorter length of stay than state and national averages.

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