Welcome to the Dearborn County Hospital Vascular Center for the evaluation and treatment of peripheral vascular, cerebrovascular and venous diseases and abnormalities. Located on the second floor of the hospital, the Vascular Center is staffed by Board Certified Vascular Surgeons Patrick Muck, M.D. and Matthew Recht, M.D., and General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgeons Michael McAndrew, M.D. and Mark McAndrew, M.D., in addition to professional and ancillary personnel.
Our Vascular Center is designed to care for patients with an abnormal artery and/or vein diagnosis for any area of the body with the exception of the heart. Among the more common reasons patients come to the DCH Vascular Center include blocked or narrowed arteries in the arms and/or legs, abdominal aneurysms, blood clots and clogged carotid arteries in the neck.
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As a patient, you will be examined by one of our four surgeons and all necessary diagnostic tests will be ordered or performed. Once a diagnosis is determined, a therapeutic plan of treatment is established which may include surgery. Depending upon the type of procedure required and other contributing factors, the surgery may be performed at Dearborn County Hospital or Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati. All four of the Center's surgeons are credentialed to perform vascular surgery at either hospital.
Our team of surgeons will also work closely with your primary care or referring physician to institute a comprehensive plan of care extending from diagnosis through recovery and follow-up. You will not need to travel to multiple locations or worry about scheduling appointments. In many cases, your entire continuum of care can be provided at Dearborn County Hospital. In addition, a member of our Vascular Center’s surgical team is also on call around the clock for emergency care.
Some of the Cardiovascular Lab and open surgical procedures available through the DCH Vascular Center include:
- Endovascular procedure for P.A.D. (peripheral artery disease)
- Stent placement in the carotid arteries
- Endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
- Angioplasty (noncardiac)
- Carotid endarterectomy
- Open bypass procedures
- Minimally invasive varicose vein procedure
Individuals may self-refer to the DCH Vascular Center or may be referred by their physician.
To schedule an appointment or for more information on our Vascular Center, please call us at 812-537-8201 or 800-676-5572, ext. 8201.