Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

What we do

The department of vascular surgery fulfils three pivotal roles within the hospital.

  1. Assessment and management of patients with arterial disease; inclusive of aortic, cerebro-vascular and peripheral.
  2. A comprehensive venous service.
  3. It also provides non-invasive vascular assessment for all departments within the hospital and for many external hospitals.

Most of our interventions employ endovascular techniques, both for arterial disease (EVAR and angioplasty) and venous disease (laser/radiofrequency ablation). Over the last year we have further refined our venous service such that we now perform endovenous surgery in the outpatient setting, under local anaesthetic, which has both enhanced patient satisfaction as well as substantially decreased the waiting list.

Contact Details

 NamePhone Fax Email 
 Vascular Laboratory   (01) 416 2791  (01) 410 3599  
 Veins Unit  (01) 416 2175  (01) 454 4350  

 

Consultant Speciality (directorate) Email Telephone & fax
Mr. P. Madhavan

Vascular (SACC)

pmadhavan@stjames.ie Tel: (01) 416 3631 / (01) 416 2175
Fax: (01) 428 4350
Nurse liaison: Tel:
Ms. Zenia Martin

Vascular Surgery (SACC)

zmartin@stjames.ie Tel: (01) 4103631
Fax:
Nurse liaison: Tel:
Mr. Adrian O Callaghan

Vascular Surgery (SACC)

adocallaghan@stjames.ie Tel: (01) 4284840
Fax:
Nurse liaison: Tel:
Mr. Sean O Neill

Vascular Surgery (SACC)

seanoneillsec@stjames.ie Tel: (01) 416 2790
Fax: (01) 410 3599
Nurse liaison: Tel:

Vascular Clinic

Specialty Day Location Consultant/Contact details 
Vascular  Monday pm Hospital 2 Ground Floor Ms. Z. Martin
  Wednesday pm  Hospital 2 Ground Floor Mr. P. Madhavan 
  Thursday am Hospital 2 Ground Floor Mr. A. O Callaghan
  Friday am Hospital 2 Ground Floor Mr. S. O Neill 
Veins  Monday am Hospital 2 Ground Floor Ms. Z. Martin
  Tuesday am  Hospital 2 Ground Floor Mr. P. Madhavan
  Wednesday am  Hospital 2 Ground Floor Mr A O Callaghan
  Friday am  Hospital 2 Ground Floor Dr. M.P. Colgan 

          

Appointment Instructions

GP letters are prioritised based on patients symptoms

Referral procedures

A referral letter should be posted or faxed to the department.