Vascular Center in New York
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a common disease for men and women over age 50 and affects an estimated 8.5 million people in the United States. PAD is characterized by a buildup of plaque that narrows the arteries and often reduces or blocks blood flow. Symptoms of PAD may include leg pain, discoloration, and numbness, as well as non-healing wounds and poor circulation. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, the affiliated vascular specialists at American Endovascular can help. We have four outpatient centers in Brooklyn, Harlem, Queens, and Fishkill, NY that offer minimally invasive-image guided PAD treatment.
At American Endovascular, we want those suffering with PAD to understand all of their options and get convenient access to the care they need. Our affiliated physicians in NY are nationally recognized as innovators and leaders in their fields and have years of professional experience. They will work closely with you to understand your symptoms and determine the best treatment path. Most of our facilities are Joint Commission-accredited and adhere to the utmost health code standards. Contact your nearest American Endovascular center to schedule an appointment and get your health back on track today.
Vascular Specialists in New York
Our affiliated team of vascular specialists at American Endovascular is committed to providing patients with high-quality, compassionate care for PAD. They have a proven track record of restoring blood flow and preventing limb loss in cases where patients were told they needed an amputation. When you visit one of our outpatient centers in New York, our affiliated physicians will provide an accurate diagnosis and recommend a minimally invasive treatment option that’s right for you. Whether you have symptoms of PAD or are at high risk for the condition, our team will do everything they can to help you live more comfortably.
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Please arrive 30 minutes early to your first appointment at American Endovascular in New York with a valid ID, insurance card, and a full list of medications. You will be required to fill out new patient forms and a medical history questionnaire upon check-in.
Our NY staff at American Endovascular speaks both English and Spanish, and can accommodate all languages.
Our affiliated vascular centers in New York accept the following insurance plans. Please note that accepted insurances may vary by location.
- Empire BCBS
- Humana Medicare
- UHC Community Plan
- United NYSHIP Empire Plan