Vascular Medicine & Surgery

Vascular disease can affect the arteries and veins throughout your body, leading to potentially serious complications like heart attack, stroke, ruptured blood vessels, blood clots or kidney failure. In fact, people with vascular disease have six times greater risk for experiencing symptoms of heart disease

Vascular disease and the conditions it causes can be treated, especially when it’s detected early. CMC offers extensive screening services to help you identify potential problems and recommend treatment options so you can maintain your overall health. We also use traditional open surgery as well as cutting-edge endovascular techniques to treat vascular diseases. Our highly-trained physicians, nurses and technicians can guide you through lifestyle changes, surgical options and medicinal treatments to help you regain vascular health.

Contact CMC's Vascular Nurse Navigator by calling 603.665.5154.
what is

vascular disease?

Vascular Surgeon, Patricia Furey, MD, FACS, MBA explains what vascular disease is and the risk factors associated with vascular disease.

Vascular vs. Venous Conditions

Vascular Nurse Practitioner, Diane Desmarais, explains the venous and the arterial system. 

when to

see a vascular surgeon

Vascular Surgeon, Patricia Furey, MD, FACS, MBA explains when and why a patient may be referred to a vascular surgeon.

what to expect

from a vascular consult

Vascular Surgeon, Patricia Furey, MD, FACS, MBA describes a vascular consult visit at CMC's Vein & Vascular Specialists in Bedford. 

Why Choose CMC?

Highly Experienced Vascular Specialists

Our vascular surgeons are specially trained to operate on arteries and veins. They work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team that includes interventional radiologists, cardiologists and cardiovascular & thoracic surgeons to provide you with an unparalleled level of vascular care.

What to expect from a

Vascular Screening

CMC's Chief of Vascular Surgery, Patricia Furey, MD, FACS educates viewers on vascular screening and diseases.

New Treatment for Carotid Artery Disease

Minimally Invasive Procedure Prevents Stroke

For CMC patient, Gerald, being the first patient to try a new procedure was an easy decision. "After everything I’ve been through with the cancer, I knew I didn’t want to have a stroke too! I’ve got two great doctors and I’ve lived an extra ten years because of them. And I’ll probably live 10 more now. I feel great.”

Read Gerald's story

Vascular team

Our vascular physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and support staff bring extensive expertise and skill to each procedure, and take a personal interest in your well-being.

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Awards & Recognition
Vascular Testing Accreditation

CMC Vein & Vascular Specialists has been granted a three-year accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) in Vascular Testing in the area(s) of Peripheral Arterial Testing, Peripheral Venous Testing and Extracranial Cerebrovascular Testing.
June 2020

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