Mount Sinai's noted vascular surgeons offer the latest minimally invasive procedures.
Vascular conditions that were once deemed inoperable or untreatable are now being treated successfully allowing patients to live their lives without feelings of fear or hopelessness. The vascular surgery service at Mount Sinai has been responsible for many advances in vascular surgery. Dr. Michael Marin, chief of vascular surgery, has dedicated himself to excellence by putting together a team of internationally known surgeons who are among the leading vascular and endovascular surgeons in the world, having the extensive experience in the treatment of peripheral vascular disease and minimally invasive treatment of complex disorders. This team prides themselves in providing a quality of patient care that has raised the bar across the nation and throughout the world.
The Mount Sinai Center for Endovascular Surgery has a focus on providing minimally invasive durable treatments for vascular diseases. Minimally invasive treatments can improve clinical outcome and lower the cost of conventional surgical and therapeutic procedures. The Center has a leadership role in research and development in this actively growing field.
The Mount Sinai Hospital
Division of Vascular Surgery
5 East 98th Street
New York, NY 10029