The latest news from The Vascular Care Group
Minimally invasive procedure decreases recovery time and demonstrates new opportunities in outpatient care.
LEOMINSTER, Mass.–The Vascular Care Group (TVCG), a state-of-the art practice committed to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease, today announced Stephen J. Hoenig M.D. successfully completed a percutaneous femoral-popliteal artery bypass at the Leominster, Mass. location of TVCG, marking one of the first such procedures in an outpatient setting in the state. TVCG has centered its treatment model around optimizing the patient experience, providing advanced vascular interventions outside of the traditional hospital setting, and mitigating unnecessary expense. The success of this cutting-edge, minimally invasive procedure marks another step toward that mission.
Drs. Christopher J. Kwolek and R. Todd Lancaster Establish The Vascular Care Group, Newton-Wellesley Vascular Center
State-of-the-art facility offers comprehensive vascular care in Wellesley, Mass.
WELLESLEY, Mass.–The Vascular Care Group is proud to announce the opening of the Newton-Wellesley Vascular office at 981 Worcester St. in Wellesley, Mass. The state-of-the-art, 10,000-square-foot facility is designed to provide comprehensive vascular care for patients throughout New England with aortic disease, peripheral vascular disease, carotid disease, mesenteric vascular disease, dialysis access and venous disease.
Outpatient model delivers high quality, convenient care for Cape Cod patients
HYANNIS, Mass.– The Vascular Care Group (TVCG) is celebrating the eighth-year anniversary of its first vascular care center in Hyannis, MA. TVCG is a fast-growing practice that currently has four vascular centers and five satellite offices, specializing in minimally invasive, outpatient vascular procedures and comprehensive vascular care. Opened in 2013, the Hyannis center has provided the Cape Cod community with state-of-the-art treatments for a wide range of peripheral vascular and venous conditions, and has been an anchor for the outpatient care movement in New England.
One of nine locations contributing to the optimization of vascular care in the Commonwealth
WORCESTER, Mass. — The Vascular Care Group (TVCG) is contributing to the healthcare ecosystem in Massachusetts through high-quality outpatient care at each of its nine locations, including a recently established location in Worcester. Led by Elias J. Arous, MD, Hector F. Simosa, MD, and Edward J. Arous, MD, MPH, all board-certified physicians, the new location is a fast-growing practice committed to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease. The team offers treatments in a state-of-the-art environment for a wide range of peripheral vascular and venous conditions that can support local community hospitals and larger health systems.