Vascular & Interventional Specialists, a division of Charlotte Radiology, is a team of highly specialized physicians serving Charlotte, NC and the surrounding area.

With several outpatient clinics for consults and follow-ups in Charlotte and Concord, our team rotates through multiple area hospitals to provide exceptional patient care for vascular conditions. From immediate care for stroke intervention to cancer treatments and preventing amputations, our physicians deliver 24/7 access to modern, minimally invasive techniques.

Vascular & Interventional Specialists, a division of Charlotte Radiology, is a team of highly specialized physicians serving Charlotte, NC and the surrounding area.

With two outpatient clinics for consults and follow-ups in Charlotte and Concord, our team rotates through several area hospitals to provide exceptional patient care for vascular conditions. From immediate care for stroke intervention to cancer treatements and preventing amputations, our physicians deliver 24/7 access to modern, minimally invasive techniques.

About Us

What is Charlotte Radiology?

Having served the Mecklenburg and surrounding counties since 1967, Charlotte Radiology is one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation, employing more than 90 sub-specialized radiologists. In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, we also own and operate 13 breast centers, 3 vein and vascular centers, and we jointly own and read for Carolinas Imaging Services. To learn more, visit CharlotteRadiology.com.

What is an interventional radiologist?

Interventional Radiologists are board-certified physicians who specialize in minimally invasive, targeted treatments. Using image-guided technology like CT, X-ray or ultrasound, they perform minimally invasive procedures that diagnose and treat disease. Catheters and other micro-instruments enter the body through tiny punctures, often as small as a pencil tip or the diameter of a cocktail straw, and are guided usually through an artery to target and treat the direct source of the disease. This targeted effect results in quicker recovery time, lower costs, less pain and lowered risks than traditional surgery.

Meet our specialists