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York and North Yorkshire Vascular Unit
The Vascular unit includes a team of seven consultant vascular surgeons who cover a large geographical area including York, Scarborough , Bridlington , Malton ,Selby , Harrogate and Wetherby hospitals.
The unit also includes consultant interventional radiologists and vascular specialist nurses along with a team of junior doctors, nurses, podiatrists and other allied health professionals. The team offers a full range of vascular and endovascular procedures across York and North Yorkshire.
Vascular surgery in North Yorkshire, including parts of East Yorkshire, is mainly provided from York Hospital where all arterial cases are performed. Some non-invasive investigations are carried out at our other sites wherever possible- so that patients can be seen closer to their home. We also carry out day case surgery at both York and Scarborough hospitals.
Outpatient clinics are run in the following locations:
Bridlington - Wednesday pm
Harrogate - Monday am and Friday pm
Scarborough - Monday pm and Friday am
Selby - Friday pm
Wetherby - Friday am
Malton - Thursday pm
York - Monday - Friday
In addition the acute foot service provides clinics accessed through podiatry:
York - Monday am
Harrogate - Monday pm
Scarborough - Wednesday am
Malton - Thursday am
Conditions we treat
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)
Both conventional open surgery and endovascular repair (EVAR) are available, subject to suitability.
Carotid artery disease
Working closely with the stroke team we are able to offer Carotid Endarterectomy to suitable patients with carotid disease.
Peripheral Vascular disease
Angioplasty, stenting and bypass surgery are all available within the trust.
All renal access procedures are offered within the trust including tunnelled central lines, primary fistulas, complex fistulas and peritoneal dialysis catheters.
Medical treatment, Botox injection, retrodermal curettage and thoracoscopic sympathectomy
Acute and Chronic deep venous disease
Thrombolysis and venous stenting are available
Investigation and treatment is available.
Upper Limb Disorders
Outpatient and inpatient medical management of Raynaud’s. Surgical treatment of thoracic outlet syndrome and cervical ribs.
We are able to offer open surgical techniques, radiofrequency ablation (VNUS) and injection sclerotherapy.
New Leg Ulcer
We are able to offer outpatient assessment for New lower limb ulceration (within 2-16 weeks from advent), not including foot or malleolar ulceration
York Switchboard 01904 631313
Contact numbers for Secretaries to Vascular Surgeons:
|Mr M Baroni||Secretary: 01904 725969|
|Mr A Thompson||Secretary: 01904 726287|
|Mr A McCleary||Secretary: 01904 726287|
|Mr G Peach||Secretary: 01904 726287|
|Mr S Cavanagh||Secretary: 01904 725969|
|Mr A Kordowicz||Secretary: 01904 725969|
|Mr S Brooks||Secretary: 01904 726287|
Vascular Specialist Nurses
|Mr Marco Baroni||Clinical Director, General Surgery|
|Mr Andrew Thompson||Lead Vascular Clinician|
|Liz Hill||Associate Chief Operating Officer|
|Adam Spray||General Manager|
|Megan Matthewman||Senior Operational Manager|
|Vijay Joshi||Service Manager|
|Bethany Norman||Deputy Service Manager|
Vascular Surgery Primary Care Referral Pathway
Seen and Assessed by GP
- Emergency Admission Required -
Call - York On Call Vascular SpR 8am - 8pm, York General Surgical SpR 8pm - 8am.or on call Vascular Consultan via York Switchboard
- To Discuss a case and decide on urgency -
Call On Call Vascular Consultant Surgeon via York Switchboard
- Urgent Vascular Outpatient Appointment required -
Referral Support Service