Patients with abnormal conditions in their arteries and veins now can find expert care from the integrated endovascular team at Concord Hospital Vascular Surgery, the Hospital’s newest medical practice.
The practice is part of Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute, formerly known as Concord Hospital Center for Cardiac Care. Its experienced specialists see patients in the new Memorial Medical Office Building West on the Concord Hospital campus and at 85 Spring Street in Laconia.
Vascular surgeons manage veins and arteries throughout the body, except in the brain and the heart. Without a system of smoothly flowing blood, the body cannot function.
“The integration of Vascular Surgery into the Cardiovascular Institute enables a multidisciplinary collaboration between specialists with a broad range of expertise and experience in interventional cardiology, interventional radiology and vascular surgery. In this model our patients are able to see multiple specialists in one location and ideally have a treatment plan based on shared knowledge and collaboration,” said Dr. Matthew Gibb, Concord Hospital’s Chief Clinical Officer.
The specialists at Concord Hospital Vascular Surgery use the latest technology and techniques to treat a wide range of vascular conditions, including removing blood vessel blockages that can cause strokes or other complications, treating varicose veins and repairing aneurysms or weaknesses in veins and arteries.
The team includes Drs. Samuel Aldridge and Reshma Duffy and Pamela Meyer, APRN. Drs. Marc A. Camacho and Eric M. Dyson also recently joined the practice.
Dr. Camacho completed his medical doctorate at Dartmouth Medical School in Hanover, N.H. and his integrated vascular surgery residency at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. Dr. Camacho is board-certified in vascular surgery.
Dr. Dyson completed his osteopathic doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at Seton Hill in Greensburg, Pa., his residency in general surgery at Mercy Suburban Hospital formerly Suburban General Hospital in East Norriton, Pa. and his vascular surgery fellowship at Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center in Detroit, Mich.
Pamela Meyer completed her nursing degree at Manchester Community College in Manchester, N.H. and a Masters Program for Family Nurse Practitioners at Rivier University in Nashua, N.H. Meyer joins the practice with six years of experience in vascular care.
In addition to the vascular care provided by Concord Hospital Vascular Surgery, Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute specialists are equipped with the latest technology to perform advanced procedures to diagnose and treat coronary diseases, structural diseases, electrical abnormalities, and chronic diseases. Comprehensive care includes rehabilitation, wellness programs, and oncology support.
To learn more or schedule an appointment, visit concordhospital.org or call (603) 415-6400.