September 21, 2021
Kansas City, Kan. — The University of Kansas Health System’s Center for Advanced Vascular Care will open at the health system’s Indian Creek Campus in Overland Park, KS, on November 1.
The new Center for Advanced Vascular Care has the only program in the region offering comprehensive, complex vascular care with multiple specialties collocated in the same physical space. This new vascular center will have experts in several subspecialties including:
“The team is enthusiastic about bringing this center to our community,” said Dr. Kirk Hance, vascular surgeon. “Bringing a diverse team of vascular providers and the right diagnostic resources together in 1 location allow us to collaborate with ease about complex vascular conditions. Which ultimately means providing excellent care for our vascular patients.”
This location will have the resources to provide a wide range of services and treatments for issues like critical limb ischemia, aortic aneurysms, venous disease, peripheral artery disease and rare vascular diseases.
This new location will replace the current vascular surgery and vein institute location in Shawnee, KS, which will close October 28.