Your ExperienceOur vascular team brings together decades of experience and is the only medical practice specializing in the body’s veins and arteries. No matter what the condition, our physicians will work to treat and prevent.
Your HealthYour health is our number one concern here at Carolina Vascular. We have made treating everything from life-threatening aneurysms and carotid blockages to varicose veins our top priority.
Your LifeThe human body’s vascular system is responsible for a circuit of blood flow that is essential to life itself. We want to make sure everything is working smoothly, so you can live your life to the fullest.
Your Veins and Arteries Matter
The human body’s vascular system is made up of arteries and veins. This intricate network of blood vessels pumps and distributes oxygenated blood from the heart throughout the body, before returning the de-oxygenated blood back to the heart. Maintaining this circuit of blood flow is essential to life itself.
Western North Carolina’s Home for Vascular Care Since 2002
Carolina Vascular is Western North Carolina’s only medical practice specializing in conditions and diseases affecting the body’s veins and arteries. Our board-certified, interdisciplinary team from ARA Health Specialists includes interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and neurointerventionalists and all have full privileges at Mission Hospital. We participate in FDA-sponsored clinical trials and attend an AMA Category 1 CME Multidisciplinary Vascular Conference weekly to determine the best course of diagnosis and treatment for individual patients. Together the Carolina Vascular team brings decades of experience in the highly specialized field of vascular surgery.
To Our Patients:
Carolina Vascular is committed to supporting our community. The safety and well-being of our patients and team members remains our top priority. We remain open with operational changes that will allow us to see and treat patients in need of interventional or vascular care.
We are evaluating each patient individually to determine if telehealth is an appropriate option. If your provider believes that your care can be managed remotely, you will be invited to participate in a telehealth visit instead of an in person visit.
For in person visits, we continue to follow the CDC’s guidelines in response to the virus and are taking all necessary steps to mitigate potential exposure and risks. These precautions include but are not limited to:
1. Symptom screening including temperature checks
2. Masks for all patients and staff
3. Appropriate social distancing and removal of high touch items in waiting areas
4. Providers wearing personal protective equipment
5. Disinfecting treatment areas after each patient encounter
6. Disinfecting high touch areas throughout the clinic and office space
We will continue taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of those we serve.
Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you soon.