is located at

Jacksonville Vascular Center

6820 Southpoint Parkway,
Suite 1, Jacksonville, FL 32216

Phone: 904-289-9600
Fax: 904-429-4389

Hours: Monday – Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

The Jacksonville Vascular Center (JVC) is an office-based surgical facility located in the Southside area of Jacksonville, FL.

The JVC team is dedicated to improving their patients’ lives through clinical excellence and unparalleled service. Patients see this mission in action through personal attention and prompt service from a group of board-certified physicians who are among the nation’s leaders in vascular technology.

Experience the Difference

Speak with your surgeon about the minimally invasive procedures offered at our off-site surgical facility!

Surgical Services:

Fistulagrams:

A fistulagram is an X-ray test used to look for abnormal, narrowed or blocked areas in the dialysis graft or arterio-venous fistula that may be causing problems with dialysis. Receiving dialysis repeatedly can cause scarring and damage to the vein. Some of the issues that may occur are areas of blocked veins or arteries (occlusion), abnormal narrowing (stenosis), or areas of abnormal enlargement. Patients will be asked to not eat for at least 6 hours prior to this commonly performed procedure.

Renal Angiogram:

A renal angiogram (also known as renal arteriogram) is an X-ray test that looks at the blood vessels in your kidneys. The imaging test is used to look at the ballooning, narrowing or blockages in a blood vessel. It is also used to see if blood is flowing to the kidneys properly. To perform this test, a catheter is placed in the arteries of the abdomen and contrast fluid is injected into the artery that provides blood to the kidney. X-ray images are then used to watch the contrast as it flows through.

Carotid Angiography:

A carotid angiography (also known as a carotid arteriogram) is an imaging tool that uses contrast fluid and X-ray imaging to study the arteries and blood flow in the main vessels of the neck that provide blood flow to the brain. This test is used to determine if there are blockages in the carotid arteries and a patient’s risk for stroke.

Permcath Insertion:

A Permcath insertion is the placement of a special IV catheter into a vein in the neck, or under the collarbone specifically for short term dialysis treatment. This catheter provides access into the large veins of the chest to allow for dialysis to occur.

Thrombectomy:

A thrombectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove blood clots from arteries or veins. Blood clots can disrupt blood flow, and can lead to problems like stroke if the clot is in the neck arteries, leg pain and tissue breakdown if they occur in the leg arteries and swelling and pulmonary embolus (PE) if located in the leg and pelvic veins.

Varicose Vein Treatment:

A varicose vein ablation, which is also known as endovenous vein ablation because it is performed inside the vein, is a minimally-invasive catheter-based procedure performed to close off varicose veins. Varicose vein ablation essentially creates a thermal reaction within the vein to cause it to scar and close off.

Coil Embolization:

Coil embolization is a minimally invasive procedure that involves inserting a catheter into a blood vessel and filling it with a material to close off the sac.  This can be done for multiple conditions, such as aneurysms of the branch vessels in the abdomen.

Deep Vein Procedures & Pelvic Congestion Syndrome:

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome creates congestion of the veins and causes chronic pain and varicose veins around the pelvis and legs. This condition can be treated at JVC with a minimally invasive, catheter-based surgery. The surgery involves inserting a small catheter into a central vein in the pelvis to turn off the abnormally functioning veins. 

Arteriogram:

An arteriogram, also known as an angiogram, is an X-ray of the arteries used to detect blockage or narrowing of the vessels. This procedure involves inserting a thin, flexible tube into an artery in the leg and injecting a contrast fluid that demonstrates the vessels under X-ray. This procedure can be used to help treat Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

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