Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy Division

The Vascular Surgery & Endovascular Therapy division at Hackensack University Medical Center Heart and Vascular Hospital provides comprehensive therapy for vascular disorders of the arterial and venous system.  Vascular disease can cause arteries or veins to enlarge and become aneurysmal or the flow can become limited or blocked leading to impairments in organ function.  It can affect blood vessels that lead to the brain, the aorta, the kidneys, the intestines, or the legs.  Hackensack’s Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy team allows for the evaluation of all surgical, minimally invasive, endovascular and medical treatments available, and find the option best suited for your unique vascular problem.  Our doctors have the most advanced training and experience that you can find and participate in numerous research trials bringing you the latest alternative in therapies. Coupled with the latest advanced technology and Magnet award wining nurses, our vascular doctors are ready to care for the most complex problems and offer you minimally invasive solutions in most cases. 

Our Team  

Massimo Napolitano MD, Chief of Vascular Surgery

Gregory Simonian MD, Chief of Endovascular Therapy

Michael Wilderman MD, Site Director of Vascular Surgery Fellowship

David O’Connor MD, Director of Vascular Research

Peter Kagan MD

 

Clinical Trials 

Our Vascular Team participates in numerous clinical trials testing new devices or registries for the treatment of complex abdominal and thoracic aneurysm disease, aortic dissections, carotid artery disease, and lower extremity peripheral arterial occlusive disease.   

 
 
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