The Vascular Center at Virginia Mason in Seattle and Federal Way was established in 2002 to diagnose and treat patients with peripheral vascular disease. The center is a collaborative effort between interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and interventional cardiologists. Each physician contributes to patient evaluation and treatment, emphasizing their areas of expertise. The Vascular Center at Virginia Mason focuses this collaborative effort on the medical, endovascular and surgical treatment of patients with vascular disease.
Whether surgery is the best treatment option for your condition, or an endovascular interventional procedure, the physicians at The Vascular Center at Virginia Mason have the experience and expertise you look for in your health care provider. We offer the most cutting edge treatments available. In fact, Virginia Mason was one of the first medical centers in the Northwest to use stents for the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms — a weakness in the main blood vessel in the abdomen that supplies blood to the body.