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Stanford Vascular & Endovascular Care

A leader in safer, minimally invasive, endovascular procedures

Stanford Vascular and Endovascular Care

Stanford Vascular & Endovascular Care

World-renowned vascular expertise with a focus on
innovative surgical techniques, and collaborative
research opportunities

Stanford Vascular and Endovascular Care

Stanford Vascular & Endovascular Care

Medical and surgical management of vascular disease

Stanford Vascular and Endovascular Care
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(650) 725-5227
300 Pasteur Drive, H3600
Stanford, CA 94305

Stanford Vascular & Endovascular Care

Stanford Hospital & Clinics' Vascular & Endovascular clinic provides the highest quality clinical care for patients dealing with vascular disease. Our interdisciplinary team excels in designing innovative solutions to challenging vascular problems, whether it's medical or surgical management, aneurysms, or aortic dissections.


At Stanford, our program offers:

  • Surgical experience that counts with over 1,200 major vascular procedures performed each year. We currently perform more minimally invasive, or endovascular, abdominal aortic aneurysm repairs than any other center in Northern California
  • A wide range of treatment approaches including surgical revascularization of peripheral arterial disease (PAD), minimally invasive procedures like angioplasty, stents, and new treatments for varicose veins
  • Superior patient experience: Our dedicated and skilled clinic staff strives to deliver the highest quality of care to our patients and their families

Stanford Vascular Laboratory

Stanford Vascular Laboratory

Our ICAVL-accredited, specialized diagnostic facility utilizes noninvasive, diagnostic ultrasound technology while ensuring high quality results. Examinations are performed by our clinically skilled registered vascular technicians (RVTs).

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Taylor Sishc, an All-American high school diver who was recruited to Stanford University's elite diving team, thought his athletic career was over when he was diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome. Working with vascular surgeon Jason Lee, MD, Shisc found a way to get back in the game.

Meet Our Team

Additional Patient Resources

Clinic Overview Vascular Surgical Procedures Patient EducationAbdominal Aortic Aneurysm Center Stanford Vascular LaboratoryClinical Trials Stanford Vascular & Endovascular Care in the NewsDivision of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery

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