A central component within the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery has been to support of our communities through life saving programs that provide patient and physician education on vascular disease, recognizing early detection and progression of vascular pathology, thereby offering opportunities for therapeutic interventions before these conditions progress to more advanced states. Our physicians and staff provide vital information to raise public awareness on vascular disease, risk factor modification and smoking cessation classes thought out the communities in Suffolk County.
Aneurysms and strokes can strike suddenly and without warning. That's why it's best to identify and treat underlying causes before symptoms appear. Register for one of our free arterial screenings at one of our convenient locations. more»
Varicose veins are extremely common and affects over 30 million Americans. Common symptons include aching leg pain, swelling, heaviness, burning or itching of the skin and skin changes. Register for one of our vein screenings at one of our convenient locations hyperlink
The Division offers regular free screenings for arterial and venous conditions for all patients with related risk factors. For more information or to refer a patient for an appointment, please call our nurse navigator Olympia Christoforatos, RN, at 631-444-2041.