Vascular and Vein
Whether you’re dealing with a frustrating cosmetic concern or a limb-threatening disease, Methodist’s Vascular and Vein Program can help. Our team is made up of dedicated and experienced providers, specially trained to address a wide variety of circulatory issues.
Meet our Providers:
Our providers also see patients in Blair, NE and Harlan, IA. For more information about our outreach services, please call (402) 354-1200.
Our board-certified providers have access to some of the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options in the region. Together, they provide 24/7 emergency vascular and vein coverage at all three of our hospitals.
With vascular labs at three clinic locations, we offer a convenient, comprehensive and personalized approach to addressing each patient’s specific needs. We’re dedicated to providing a comfortable experience and improved quality of life.
Methodist is committed to providing its patients access to new medications and devices. Click here to learn more about current vascular and vein studies and other research opportunities aimed at understanding and improving existing treatments.
With a focus on arterial (artery-related) and venous (vein-related) diseases, as well as a number of chronic conditions, Methodist’s team of vascular and vein experts offers a wide variety of services to help patients reach their goals.
- Acute aortic dissection
- Acute pulmonary embolism treatment
- Complex aortic aneurysm repair (endovascular and open-surgery options)
- Limb salvage
- Mesenteric revascularization
- Renal artery revascularization
- Stroke prevention
- Carotid endarterectomy (CEA)
- Transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR)
- Transfemoral artery stenting
- Deep vein thrombosis and May-Thurner syndrome treatment
- Stenting and intravascular ultrasound
- Thrombolysis (intravenous and catheter-assisted)
- Varicose vein treatment
- Glue injection
- Laser therapy
Chronic condition services
Our team of experts is skilled at treating a variety of chronic conditions, including:
- Chronic aortic dissection
- Kidney failure requiring dialysis (hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis)
- Pulmonary embolism syndrome
- Recurring or persistent wounds
- Thoracic outlet syndrome
Have you had a vascular screening? No need to wait for a referral.
A vascular screening is a critical prevention tool that evaluates patients for the most common types of vascular diseases and disorders. At Methodist, these screenings are available to anyone with a high risk of vascular disease, including those who are over 60 years of age or have the following:
- Family history of atherosclerosis and/or other circulatory problems
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure