The vascular system plays a central role in transporting oxygen-rich blood to and from the heart to nourish every part of the body.  Given the relationship between vascular health and overall well-being, Doctors Community Hospital has designed a specialized program to address this health concern.

Specialized Approach to Vascular Disease Treatment

Our Vascular Health Program provides comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of vascular conditions.  With a fellowship-trained vascular surgeon, who completed additional years of specialty training, we tailor treatment to each individual’s needs using both open and minimally invasive treatment options.

Multidisciplinary Treatment Teams

Our comprehensive program is complemented through collaborations with other high-quality services provided at Doctors Community Hospital such as our Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine and Joslin Diabetes Center - all conveniently located in Prince George's County.  Together, we provide care to help you achieve your overall health goals.

Conditions Treated

Our vascular disease treatment team provides various surgical procedures and medical counseling for:

  • Aneurysmal disease
  • Peripheral vascular disease
  • Cerebrovascular disease
  • Hemodialysis access and revision
  • Wound care for non-healing wounds
  • Limb salvage
  • Acute and chronic venous disease

We also offer treatments for varicose veins using surgical and nonsurgical procedures.


Complementary Services

Cardiac Rehabilitation

This multidisciplinary outpatient program provides personalized exercise plans, support and education to help you recover from a cardiac event and reduce your risk of future heart problems. Learn More.

Lymphedema Center

Doctors Community Hospital’s Lymphedema Center provides targeted therapies to reduce the swelling and pain often associated with lymphedema. A member of the National Lymphedema Network, our center is one of the largest in Maryland. Learn More.

Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine

If you're suffering from a non-healing wound, you are not alone. Every year, chronic wounds caused by diabetes, poor circulation or other conditions keep about five million Americans from doing things they love to do. Learn more.