St. Anthony North Hospital is a Vascular Center of Excellence
Do you have any of the following symptoms? If so, even if mild or intermittent, they can be indicators of peripheral vascular disease and should not be ignored as a normal part of aging. Peripheral vascular disease can result in a variety of conditions, often treatable and manageable through the comprehensive vascular program at St. Anthony North Hospital.
Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) or Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a chronic condition that affects blood vessels outside of the heart. Symptoms and conditions related to PVD include peripheral artery disease, atherosclerosis, varicose veins, non-healing wounds and other conditions that over time can result in heart disease and stroke.
Components of the St. Anthony North Hospital Vascular Program Include:
- Vascular Diagnostics - On-site, non-invasive diagnostics and testing allows for more immediate diagnosis of vascular and circulatory conditions and ability to determine treatment options.
- Vascular Treatments and Interventions - Radiologists and Cardiologists provide catheter based treatment options for Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
- Follow Up and Ongoing Care for PVD - The wound care center, vein treatment center, cardiac rehabilitation program and diabetes wellness program are all services that provide follow up and ongoing treatments that may be necessary to treat PVD related conditions such as non-healing wounds and varicose veins.
- Vascular Disease Education, Screenings and Support - Various screenings, classes and support groups are available to patients and the community.
A Vascular Center of Excellence, St. Anthony North Hospital offers a multispecialty team approach to providing patients access to diagnostic, treatment / intervention and educational services necessary to treat and manage peripheral vascular disease. Our vascular program offers patients the benefit of accessing a wide range of providers and procedures in one location, simplifying treatment for patients and improving providers ability to provide more immediate access the necessary testing and procedures.