Please note Our Okatie Office has relocated to 109 Persimmon Street, Bluffton, SC 29910 (Off of Bluffton Parkway) SVI Office is inside the Georgia Eye Institute Building.

The Largest Group Of
Board Certified Vascular Specialists

In The Coastal Empire And The Lowcountry

Why Choose Savannah Vascular Institute

Meet Our Providers

Savannah Vascular Institute has been dedicated to providing comprehensive vascular care to our patients since 1994.  We are the region’s trusted leader in vascular care combining two specialties to create a World-Class Center of Excellence.

Our Areas Of Expertise

Savannah Vascular Institute is committed to serving our patients in the Coastal Empire and the Lowcountry with compassionate, minimally invasive and state-of-the-art management of all venous and arterial disorders.

Laser Ablation Of Varicose Veins And Sclerotherapy

Angioplasty, Stenting And Surgical Bypass For Peripheral Artery Disease

Endografts For Abdominal And Thoracic Aneurysms

Comprehensive Management For All Dialysis Access Issues

Carotid Artery Angiography, Stenting And Surgery

Comprehensive Management Of Non-healing Wounds

Chemoembolization And Uterine Fibroid Embolization

Thrombolysis for DVT Deep Vein Thrombosis

Vascular Testing

In-Office Access Center

State-of-the-art outpatient care for access problems and vascular disorders . Savannah Vascular Institute is proud to offer a dedicated office-based facility with state-of-the-art efficient and comprehensive outpatient access services. We have combined the safety and technology of a hospital setting with the convenience of an office practice, utilizing the latest in ultrasound and fluoroscopy (x-ray for arteries and veins).

About Savannah Vascular

Savannah Vascular Institute is a world-class center of excellence dedicated to the compassionate and state-of-the-art treatment of disorders of arteries and veins specializing in minimally-invasive alternatives to open surgery, such as laser vein treatments for varicose veins,  angioplasty and stenting for arterial blockages, and endografts for aneurysms.

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