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Vascular Surgery

Vascular Surgery

When choosing a provider to treat your vascular condition, it is important to find one that not only has expertise with your condition, but also familiarity with all of the treatment options to help you select the treatment option that is right for you. OU Health has board certified vascular surgeons located in Oklahoma City and Tulsa with expertise in all modalities of treatment for your vascular condition.

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Call (405) 271-1400

Expert Care for Vascular Conditions

At OU Health in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, you’ll work with the board-certified vascular surgeons in Oklahoma’s largest vascular surgery group. You benefit from their extensive experience using all types of treatment methods, including the latest technologies and devices, many available only at OU Health, including innovative surgical techniques designed to speed your recovery.

Get exceptional care close to home for a wide range of vascular conditions, including:

Vascular Surgery Treatments

You and your OU Health vascular surgery team may consider a variety of treatment options, including standard open surgery, hybrid techniques, minimally invasive endovascular procedures and more.

Aortic Procedures

Carotid Procedures

Vein Procedures

Imaging, Limb Preservation & Other Vascular Procedures

  • Dialysis access grafts, including percutaneous arteriovenous fistula (AVF), first offered at OU Health

  • Limb preservation evaluation and treatment

  • Open surgical procedures, including open bypass surgery

  • Peripheral vascular surgery with the latest devices from OU Health clinical trials

  • Vascular access for hemodialysis

  • Vascular ultrasound and advanced vascular imaging technologies

Vascular Treatments from Clinical Trials & Research

Vascular surgeons at OU Health regularly participate in ongoing research and clinical trials. These activities may enhance your care through early access – before the general public -- to improved practices and procedures, groundbreaking treatments, advanced technology and emerging devices, many available nowhere else in Oklahoma.

Learn more about vascular surgery academic programs and research at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

Vascular Treatment for Unique, Underserved Groups

No matter where you live in Oklahoma, you and your loved ones deserve the best possible healthcare services. New research at OU Health helps identify critical gaps in access to care and develops ways to remove the significant disparities in delivering health services to all of Oklahoma’s communities, especially Native Americans, veterans, underrepresented minorities and everyone living in the state’s vast but sparsely populated rural areas.

Related OU Health Services

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Your Expert Vascular Surgery Team

Your expert OU Health vascular surgery team comprises board-certified and fellowship-trained vascular surgeons with extensive experience in providing comprehensive care for all types of vascular conditions.

The comprehensive, compassionate care you receive at OU Health emerges from your team’s regular teaching activities that help develop the next generation of surgical trainees, including general surgery and vascular surgery residents.

Your vascular surgeons direct Oklahoma’s only ACGME nationally accredited vascular fellowship program that trains upcoming surgeons in preventive care, medical management, open surgical procedures and minimally invasive endovascular procedures, as well as post-operative care and rehabilitation designed to give you and your loved ones the best vascular care in the nation.

The OU Health vascular surgery team’s commitment to ongoing professional education – the only vascular group in the state with this focus – will help address Oklahoma’s current workforce shortage by expanding the number of highly trained vascular surgeons and specialists ready to care for your vascular health, no matter where you live in the state.