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South Sydney Vascular Centre

Our Miranda clinic in the Sutherland Shire (Sydney) has been seeing patients since 1995 for assessment and management of vascular conditions. The Centre has grown and expanded and now has the services of two vascular surgeons, a phlebologist, neurologist and an endocrinologist. There is a dedicated vascular laboratory with state of the art Diagnostic Ultrasound equipment. We specialise in physiology testing to identify specific types of vascular disease.

Each week the South Sydney Vascular Centre (SSVC) also runs a leg ulcer clinic under the guidance of Centre Director Dr Gabrielle McMullin to investigate and treat patients with leg ulcers in order to implement the right management regime.

South Sydney Vascular Centre

Our approach is personalised and holistic. We have developed close relationships with specialists and services in health management throughout Sydney and work closely with them for better patient outcomes.

To make an appointment you will need a referral from your GP or family doctor.

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Contact us: 02 9525 9255 | Address: 14 Central Road Miranda, NSW 2228

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A Vascular Surgeon does far more than surgery

A Vascular Surgeon makes sure patients with Vascular Health issues are understood and that all their options are clearly outlined. In short, our Vascular Surgeons do complex Endovascular and open surgery procedures, but they see and treat many patients who do not require surgery. Many vascular problems need to be treated conservatively with exercise, lifestyle changes and also with medication. As one vascular surgeon explained – “I spend 80 percent of my time trying to talk my patients out of having surgery.”

A Vascular Surgeon is able to do most kinds of Vascular Procedures

Some specialists specialize in one or two kinds of vascular interventions, so their patients tend to get those treatments. Vascular Surgeons are trained in everything: open, complicated surgery and in minimally invasive, endovascular procedures. Some patients need one, some need the other, while many need no surgery at all. Vascular surgeons are “treatment specific,” that is, they don’t prefer any kind of treatment over another, just the right one for you. Patients can be assured they will get the best treatment for their particular need