First and foremost, we sincerely hope you, your family, and friends are healthy and remain in good health during these stressful times.
At Savannah Vascular Institute, we take the health and well-being of our patients, our staff, and providers, and everyone in the communities we serve, very seriously. We continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak through the CDC, WHO, and the Georgia and South Carolina Departments of Public Health (DPH) and update our protocols to mitigate any potential impact and spread of the virus accordingly.
To minimize the risk of infection to our patients and staff, our offices are requiring face masks or face coverings to be worn at all times and until further notice.
If you are not feeling well, have a fever cough, have traveled outside of the U.S. in the last 30 days, or been in close contact with any confirmed COVID-19 patient, please contact us at 912-629-7800 before arriving to your appointment. We will reschedule your appointment for a future time.
The cleanliness or our offices and clinical areas remain a top priority. We are taking every precaution possible to protect the health of our patients and staff. Extra care is being taken in regard to handwashing by increasing hand sanitation stations and the disinfecting of common areas.
Stay informed about the local COVID-19 situation. Know where to turn for reliable, up-to-date information in your local community. Monitor the CDC COVID-19 website and your state and local health department website for the latest information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued guidance on preventing the spread of COVID-19 in communities, including guidance for businesses and employers and cleaning and disinfection recommendations. The guidance will be updated as information becomes available.
Please contact us with any questions, 912-629-7800
Savannah Vascular Institute
Savannah Vascular Institute is a world-class center of excellence dedicated to compassionate and state-of-the-art treatment of disorders of arteries and veins.
Savannah Vascular Institute specializes 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.
The physicians at Savannah Vascular Institute are board-certified and have undergone additional fellowship training from accredited Vascular Surgery or Interventional Radiology centers of excellence throughout the world.
Savannah Vascular Institute offers a dedicated office-based vein center and access center. Savannah Vascular Institute has combined the safety and technology of a hospital setting with the convenience and efficiency of an office practice.
SVI is headquartered in Savannah Georgia, with satellite offices in Hinesville, Statesboro, Rincon, Vidalia, Jesup, and Bluffton, South Carolina.
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.
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.
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).
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.