The highly skilled surgeons and team within the Section of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery direct both the medical and surgical care of patients with diseases of the arteries and veins. 

Tremendous advances in the last decade have resulted in several new techniques to treat vascular disease, which is a common cause of death and disability. Our team is at the forefront of innovations that include minimally invasive options for limb salvage, prevention of stroke and the repair of aortic aneurysms.

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Dr. William Jordan


Our vascular surgeons are experts at determining and providing the best treatment options available, including endovascular therapy and traditional operative procedures. We offer the entire spectrum of therapeutic options while providing personal involvement in all aspects of patient care, from diagnosis to treatment. A comprehensive array of patient services enables us to successfully manage nearly every patient condition.

We diagnose and treat the following conditions:

 Abdominal aneurysm
Diabetic problems
Pulmonary embolism
Aortoiliac disease
Renovascular conditions
 Arm Artery disease
Thoracic aortic aneurysm
 Carotid artery disease, stroke, transient ischemic attacks (TIAs)
 Mesenteric ischemia
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Peripheral aneurysm
Varicose veins
Deep vein thrombosis
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD)
Venous insufficiency


Our surgeons play an integral role in the outpatient dedicated Vascular Lab at the Augusta University Cardiovascular Center, a state-of-the-art facility offering experienced vascular care.

The Vascular surgery team is also actively engaged in research in order to further understand these disorders and improve patient care. Research interests include developing new modalities for treatment of complex aneurysms and diabetic limb salvage. Additionally, we are involved in promoting quality care through our participation in the Vascular Quality Improvement database. Other areas include the treatment of blood clots and arteriosclerosis through medical therapy, minimally invasive endovascular techniques, and surgical reconstruction

The section also serves our veterans at the Charlie Norwood VA Medical center in the treatment of complex vascular conditions, education, and research.

Georgia Vascular Society 

News Mentions


Many of Us Have PAD—But Do You Even Know What It Is?

September 27, 2019Your Health - Augusta Health

Over a lifetime, the extra fats and cholesterol we eat in our diet builds up in our blood vessels. For some of us, there’s so much plaque in the main vessels that lead to our heart that we have a heart attack. But many more of us are living with peripheral artery disease—a buildup of plaque in other blood vessels such as in the legs—and we don’t even know it....

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How Healthy is Your Carotid Artery?

February, 3, 2020Your Health - Augusta Health

Most people may not ask themselves this question, but maybe they should. Smoking, little to no exercise, and uncontrolled diabetes or blood pressure make our blood vessels work harder. A diet focused mainly on fat and cholesterol-heavy foods fills vessels with sticky plaque.

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Ribbon cut on new hybrid operating room

May 8, 2017JagWire

The ribbon was cut on Augusta University Medical Center’s new hybrid operating room on Friday, and operations will begin this week.

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MCG, AU Health participate in national trial to determine best therapy for asymptomatic carotid artery disease

May 16, 2017JagWire

People potentially at risk for stroke are being recruited for a national study to determine whether intense medical management or interventions like surgery or stenting are best at reducing their risk.

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