Our doctors are currently seeing patients through in-person and video visits.

When you call to schedule an appointment with our doctors, please let the team know if you want an in-person or video visit. If you request a video visit, our team will walk you through the simple process of arranging one. Call your preferred campus today to schedule an in-person or video visit* appointment.

* This service is open to new and existing patients.

 

 

Why Choose Us

Extensive Experience with Successful Outcomes

NewYork-Presbyterian unites the specialists needed to care for people with aortic aneurysms, ensuring seamless collaboration to choose the best treatment for each patient. Our experts are well-versed in minimally invasive endovascular and surgical techniques to repair aortic aneurysms. We determine the optimal timing for your treatment to enhance its success and your wellbeing. Our surgeons have excellent outcomes — among the best in the nation — with a low rate of complications.

Our Team

The Nation’s Top Aortic Disease Specialists

NewYork-Presbyterian takes a multidisciplinary approach to your care by bringing together experienced heart and vascular surgeons as well as cardiologists, interventional radiologists, cardiothoracic radiologists, anesthesiologists, critical care specialists, and dedicated nurses who have the experience and compassion to care for people with aortic aneurysms. Our physicians are internationally known leaders in aortic aneurysm repair and take on complex cases that others will not.

 

Our Approach to Care

Customized Care for a Lifetime

At NewYork-Presbyterian, we care for people with

  • thoracic aortic aneurysms
  • thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms
  • abdominal aortic aneurysms
  • aortic dissections

We tailor your treatment to the size and location of your aneurysm. If you need immediate aneurysm repair, we match you with the procedure that is best for you. If you don’t need treatment right away, we carefully monitor you using non-invasive imaging and initiate treatment when needed, before the aneurysm can rupture.

 

NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Aortic Center

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