UC Health Vascular Surgery provides exceptional care and treatment for complex vascular problems. We offer a full range of minimally invasive procedures and perform standard procedures for various vascular issues, including abnormal enlargement of arteries in the chest and abdomen, repair of previous aortic surgery, and bypass to bring blood flow around blocked arteries in the leg. UC Health Vascular Surgery provides treatment at both UC Health campuses in Clifton and West Chester, with outpatient services at our UC Health Physicians Offices and inpatient services at UC Health University of Cincinnati Medical Center and UC Health Surgical Hospital.
Discovery Driven Medicine by Expert Physicians
UC Health Vascular Surgery was one of the first academic practices in the country to develop a formal practice in endovascular surgery and remains a nationally-recognized leader in this rapidly evolving field. Recognized by Best Doctors in America and Top Doctors in Cincinnati, our physicians are leading the way for new innovations through exceptional patient care and research. George Meier III, MD, director of the division of vascular surgery, specialized in the management of endovascular disorders, diabetic vascular disease, wound healing and stroke prevention. Joseph Giglia, MD, has special expertise in complex aortic surgery, laparoscopic aortic surgery and minimally invasive treatment of thoracic and abdominal aortic pathology. Also, Dr. Giglia is one of only a few surgeons in the country who perform laparoscopic aortobifemoral bypass to treat aortoiliac arterial occlusive disease. Both surgeons are board certified in Vascular Surgery, General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. Discover the latest news on UC Health Vascular Surgery at UC Health News, your link to the most up-to-date information on education, research and clinical care.