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Vascular Services

Improve your circulation and maintain healthy blood flow with care from the vascular services team at Caldwell UNC Health Care in Lenoir, North Carolina. Timely vascular care can help prevent strokes, amputations, and serious health conditions.

Vascular Conditions

Look to us for care of peripheral vascular disease (PVD)—conditions affecting the blood vessels outside your brain or heart:

Patient-Centered Care

Enjoy working with a team that sees you as an individual—not a number. Count on us to take time to get to know you, listen to your concerns, and treat and you your family with respect.

Tests & Treatments

Trust the experienced team at Caldwell UNC for:

Endovascular Surgery

Whenever possible, your vascular surgeon will take a minimally invasive, endovascular approach to treat vascular diseases. With endovascular treatments, your doctor uses imaging technology to guide a catheter through your blood vessels to the area that needs attention. That means you may benefit from:

  • Less stress on your heart
  • Less pain or discomfort
  • Lower risk of complications
  • Smaller scar
  • Shorter recovery

In many cases, if you have an endovascular procedure, you’ll be able to return home the same day as your procedure. Ask your doctor what to expect for your surgery.

Advanced Hybrid Operating Room

When your doctor recommends a minimally invasive procedure or surgery to treat your condition, you may receive care in Caldwell UNC’s hybrid operating room (OR). This OR combines surgical technology and sophisticated imaging capabilities. It allows your vascular surgeon to perform endovascular procedures (inside the blood vessel) and, if necessary, switch to a more complex procedure in the same OR. You’ll benefit from the hybrid OR because it decreases your time in surgery and the need to schedule more than one procedure.

Caldwell UNC Surgical Services

Learn more about surgical care at Caldwell UNC.

Should You See a Vascular Specialist?

Talk to your doctor if you experience leg pain, or leg wounds that won’t heal. These symptoms may be signs of a vascular condition.

If you don’t have a doctor, search our network of doctors for a primary care provider who fits your health care needs.

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