Vascular Surgery


Our expert surgeons and physicians are specially trained to treat a variety of conditions with an array of cutting-edge treatments at our state-of-the-art facilities and partner hospitals.


Hemodialysis Access

Many patients may require hemodialysis to remove fluid and toxins from the body which accumulate when the kidneys are not functioning normally. In order for this to be performed we must be able to deliver a continuous flow of blood from the patient to the dialysis machine and back to the patient during a dialysis treatment. In general, patients undergo hemodialysis three times per week. The most efficient and safest way of providing blood flow is by creating an access in the arm through a surgical procedure. The two major types of these are the arteriovenous fistula (AV fistula) and the AV graft.

Hemodialysis Access

Types of Dialysis Access
The Procedure
A Successful Outcome

Reflux Care

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD affects nearly 1 in 3 people throughout their lifetime. The majority of people suffering from GERD manage this disease ineffectively with medications like proton pump inhibitors. Increasingly these medications are being found to have drastic side-effects and may even stop working. Along with your gastroenterologist, primary care or ENT physician we work closely to coordinating the care of patients suffering from GERD. In some circumstances, a large hiatal hernia is associated with GERD. At Highland Park Surgical Associates we have the ability to both repair these hernias and address your reflux symptoms.

What is Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease(GERD)?
What are the Symptoms of GERD?
What are the complications of GERD?
What are treatment options for GERD?


Lower esophageal sphincter augmentation device Stops GERD at the source Returns the Lower esophageal sphincter toward normal conditions. Allows the body to work in a more natural state Advantage Keeps the stomach in a natural state Reduces gas and bloating Preserves your ability to belch and vomit Same day procedure and home on a normal diet

Who is it for?

General and Vascular Surgery

General Surgery

Gall Stones and Gall Bladder Disease

Acute Care Surgery

Colon Resection

Geriatric and Palliative Surgery

Reflux Care

Vascular Surgery

Dialysis Access

Vein Treatment


Peripheral Vascular Disease