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International Society for the
Study of Vascular Anomalies

Find a Multidisciplinary Team

This listing is meant to provide physicians, patients, and allied health members the opportunity to find multidisciplinary teams that treat vascular anomalies. ISSVA believes that a team environment is the optimum setting for managing the complex problems which arise in treating vascular anomalies. However, quality of care varies, even among multidisciplinary teams and ISSVA recognizes this, however there are limitations on what ISSVA can do to assess the quality of care in every team. The below listing consists of the multidisciplinary teams ISSVA is aware of, however we are not able to speak to the quality of care each offers at this time.


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Asia-Pacific

Royal Children's Hospital (Australia)

50 Flemington Rd
Parkville, Victoria
Australia
www.rch.org.au

Contact: Jodie Simpson (jodie.simpson@rch.org.au)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals


The Children's Hospital at Westmead (Australia)

Hainsworth St
Westmead, NSW
Australia

Contact: Li-Chuen Wong (li.wong@health.nsw.gov.au)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals


All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India (India)

AIIMS, Ansari Nagar
New Delhi, Delhi
India

Contact: Ankur Goyal (ankurgoyalaiims@gmail.com)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


KK Women's & Children's Hospital Vascular Anomalies Clinic (Singapore)

100 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore,
Singapore
www.kkh.com.sg

Contact: Mark Jean-Aan Koh (mark.koh.j.a@singhealth.com.sg)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals
Additional Information: The KKH Multi-disciplinary Vascular Anomalies Clinic consults pediatric patients up to 16 years, with complex vascular anomalies.


Singapore General Hospital Vascular Anomalies Clinic (Singapore)

Singapore General Hospital, Outram Road
Singapore,
Singapore
www.sgh.com.sg

Contact: Mark Jean Aan Koh (mark.koh.j.a@singhealth.com.sg)
Patients Treated: Adults Only
Additional Information: The SGH multi-disciplinary Vascular Anomalies Clinic consults and treats patients over 16 years of age with complex vascular anomalies.
 


Europe

Centre for Vascular Anomalies Cliniques Universitaires Saint Luc (CUSL) - UCLouvain (Belgium)

Avenue Hippocrate, 10
B-1200, Brussels
Belgium
www.institutdesmaladiesrares.be

Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: Please contact us at: secretariat-CMV@saintluc.uclouvain.be


CHRU Nancy (France)

CHRU Nancy-Brabois-Hospital d'enfant, Rue du Morvan,
Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, Grand Est
France

Contact: Prof Anne-Claire Bursztejn (AC.BURSZTEJN@chru-nancy.fr)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


CHU Caen Normandie (France)

CHU Caen Cote de Nacre
Caen, Normandie
France
www.chu-caen.fr

Contact: Anne Dompmartin (dompmartin-a@chu-caen.fr)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Hopital Lariboisiare / Consultation des Angiomes/ Vascular Anomalies Clinic (France)

2 rue Ambroise Pare
Paris, Ile de France
France
http://hopital-lariboisiere.aphp.fr/centre-de-reference-des-malformations-arterio-veineuses-superficielles-de-lenfant-de-ladulte/

Contact: Bisdorff Bresson Annouk (annouk.bisdorff@aphp.fr)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Multidisciplinary Team for Vascular Anomalies – University Hospital (France)

Rond Point Pr Cabrol
Amiens
France
www.chu-amiens

Contact: Sylvie Testelin (testelin.sylvie@chu-amiens.fr)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


University Hospital of Montpellier - National Referral Centre for Lymphatic and Vascular anomalies (France)

80 Av Gaston Fliche
Montpellier, 34295 Montpellier Cedex 5
France
https://lymphorare.fr

Contact: Isabelle Quere (i-quere@chu-montpellier.fr)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Interdisciplinary Vascular Anomaly Center at the Clinic for Radiology and Nuclear Medicine - University Medical Center Mannheim (Germany)

Theodor-Kutzer-Ufer 1-3
68167 Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg
Germany
www.umm.de/kirn/leistungsspektrum-therapie/zentrum-fuer-gefaessanomalien/

Contact: Prof. Dr. med. Maliha Sadick (maliha.sadick@umm.de)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Istituto Clinico Humanitas "Mater Domini", Center for Vascular Malformations "Stefan Belov" (Italy)

via Gerenzano, 2
Castellanza, Varese
Italy

Contact: Raul Mattassi (raulmattassi@gmail.com)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: The Center is organized mainly to treat adults and children older than 12 years. In specific cases, younger children can be treated, however not younger than 6.


Centro Hospitalar Universitario Sao Joao (Portugal)

Alamena Prof. Hernani Monteiro
Porto, Porto
Portugal

Contact: Maria do Bom-Sucesso (mbomsucesso@med.up.pt)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Filatov Children's Hospital (Russia)

103001, Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya,15
Moscow, Moscow
Russia
http://vascular-anomalies.ru/

Contact: Ruslan Khagurov (+7 4992541010) (dr.khagurov@gmail.com)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals


Centre for Vascular Anomalies. Dep of Dermatology, Skane University Hospital (Sweden)

Jan Waldenstromsgatan 16
Malmo, Skane
Sweden

Contact: Eva Beijer (eva.beijer@skane.se) & Linda Tran (linda.tran@skane.se)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Amsterdam UMC (The Netherlands)

Meibergdreef 9
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland
The Netherlands
www.amc.nl/ava

Contact: N.M. (Naomi) van Hout (ava@amsterdamumc.nl)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Radboudumc Center of Expertise for Hemangiomas and congenital vascular anomalies (HECOVAN) (The Netherlands)

PO box 9101
Nijmegen, Gelderland
The Netherlands
www.hecovan.nl

Contact: Carine van der Vleuten (hecovan@radboudumc.nl)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Leeds Teaching Hospitals Regional Vascular Anomalies MDT (United Kingdom)

Leeds General Infirmary, Great George Street, LS1 3EX
Leeds, Yorkshire
United Kingdom

Contact: Jonathan Pearce (jonathan.pearce3@nhs.net)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: The Leeds Teaching Hospitals Vascular Anomalies MDT is a multi-speciality patient centred MDT providing a regional service for adult and paediatric vascular anomalies patients in the Yorkshire region and beyond. We take referrals for patients with a range of anomalies including: venous and lymphatic malformations, arteriovenous malformations, haemangiomas, associated dermatological conditions and syndromes.


North America

Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) (Canada)

401 Smyth Road
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
www.cheo.on.ca

Contact: Kelley Zwicker (kzwicker@cheo.on.ca)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals


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Arkansas Children's Hospital (United States)

1 Children's Way
Little Rock, Arkansas
United States
www.archildrens.org/programs-and-services/vascular-anomalies

Contact: Amber Smith (SmithAL1@archildrens.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara (United States)

710 Lawrence Expy
Santa Clara, California
United States
https://thrive.kaiserpermanente.org/care-near-you/northern-california/santaclara/vascular-anomalies-clinic/

Patients Treated: Children & Adults


University of California Davis (United States)

2521 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, California
United States
https://health.ucdavis.edu/otolaryngology/specialty/pediatric-otolaryngology/pediatric-vascular-anomalies.html

Contact: Kathleen Porter (kdporter@ucdavis.edu)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals
Additional Information: We welcome patients and families with vascular anomalies of the face, head and neck.


UCLA Vascular Birthmarks Team (United States)

UCLA Health 200 Medical Plaza
Los Angeles, California
United States

Contact: Alicia Jimenez (AliciaJ@mednet.ucla.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


University of California San Francisco Birthmarks and Vascular Anomalies Center (USA)

1825 4th St.
San Francisco, CA 94158
United States
https://www.ucsfhealth.org/clinics/birthmarks-and-vascular-anomalies-center

Contact: Kelly McIntyre (kelly.mcintyre@ucsf.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: Please visit our website or call us at 415-353-7823


Stanford Children's Health Vascular Anomalies Clinic (United States)

730 Welch Road
Palo Alto, California
United States
www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/service/vascular-anomalies

Contact: Karen Griggs, RN DNC (kgriggs@stanfordchildrens.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: Stanford Children's Health Vascular Anomalies Clinic offers patient-centered care for kids and adults with vascular anomalies from a multidisciplinary team of physicians, specialists, and surgeons.


Children's Hospital Colorado (United States)

13123 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, Colorado
United States
www.childrenscolorado.org/doctors-and-departments/departments/vascular-anomalies/

Contact: Panny Brentlinger (VAC@childrescolorado.org)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals


The Yakes Vascular Malformation Center (United States)

501 East Hampden Avenue; Suite 4600
Englewood, Colorado
United States
www.theyakesvascularmalformationcenter.com

Contact: Wayne F. Yakes MD, FSIR, FCIRSE (wayne.yakes@yakesvascularmalformationcenter.com)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: We accept referral for definitive treatment for complex malformations in Parkes-Weber Syndrome, Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome, Auricular Angiolymphoid Hyperplasia with Eosinophilia, Tufted Angioma, Gorham/Gorham-Stout Syndrome, CLOVES Syndrome, PROTEUS Syndrome, Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome/Bean's Syndrome, Maffuci's Syndrome, Banyan-Riley-Ruvalcalba Syndrome, Servelle-Martorelle Syndrome, Familial Intraosseous Vascular Malformation Syndrome, Glomangiomas/Glomovenous Malformations, FAVA Syndrome, Intralipomatous Capillary-Venous Malformations with Overgrowth, and all other vascular malformation lesions.


The Vascular Malformations Program (VaMP) at Yale New Haven Hospital (United States)

330 Cedar Street, Boardman 204
New Haven, Connecticut
United States
www.yalemedicine.org/departments/vascular-anomalies-and-malformations-program

Contact: Naiem Nassiri (Naiem.Nassiri@yale.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Nemours Children Hospital – Delaware (United States)

1600 Rockland Road
Wilmington, Delaware
United States
www.nemours.org/services/vascular-malformations-in-children.html

Contact: Jenna Leach (jenna.leach@nemours.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults up to age 21


Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital (United States)

601 Fifth Street South, OCC 306
St. Petersburg, Florida
United States
www.hopkinsallchildrens.org/Services/Pediatric-General-Surgery/Conditions/Pediatric-Vascular-Anomalies-Program

Patients Treated: Children Only
Additional Information: To make an appointment, please call 727-767-4722.


Nemours Children's Specialty Care Jacksonville (United States)

807 Children's Way
Jacksonville, Florida
United States

Contact: Jason Davis (jjdavis@nemours.org)
Patients Treated: Children Only


Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (United States)

1400 Tullie Road NE, 6th Floor
Atlanta, Georgia
United States
www.choa.org/medical-services/vascular-anomalies

Contact: Rachel Swerdlin (vac@choa.org)
Patients Treated: Children only but can review and forward adult referrals


Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago / Vascular Lesion Center (United States)

225 East Chicago Ave
Chicago, Illinois
United States
www.luriechildrens.org/en/specialties-conditions/pediatric-vascular-surgeon/

Contact: Carolyn Kiolbasa RN (312-227-8521) (VLC@luriechildrens.org)
Patients Treated: Children Only


The University of Iowa Multidisciplinary Vascular Anomalies Team (United States)

200 Hawkins Drive
Iowa City, Iowa
United States

Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Children's Hospital New Orleans Vascular Anomalies Clinic (United States)

200 Henry Clay Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States
www.chnola.org/our-services/vascular-anomalies/

Contact: Kasey Davis RN (ch-vascularanomalies@lcmchealth.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Boston Children's Hospital Vascular Anomalies Center (United States)

300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts
United States
www.childrenshospital.org/vac

Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Johns Hopkins Vascular Anomalies Center (United States)

1800 Orleans Street, Zayed 7203
Baltimore, Maryland
United States
www.hopkinsmedicine.org/vascularanomaliescenter/

Contact: Clifford Weiss, MD (cweiss@jhmi.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


University of Michigan Multidisciplinary Vascular Anomalies Team (United States)

1540 East Hospital Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan
United States
www.mottchildren.org/conditions-treatments/pediatric-vascular-disease/pediatric-vascular-anomalies

Contact: Steven J. Kasten, MD, MHPE, FACS (skasten@med.umich.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Children's Minnesota (United States)

2525 Chicago Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota
United States
www.childrensmn.org/services/care-specialties-departments/vascular-anomalies/

Contact: Stephanie Fritch Lilla (stephanie.fritchlilla@childrensmn.org)
Patients Treated: Children Only


Mayo Clinic (United States)

200 First Street SW
Rochester, Minnesota
United States
www.mayoclinic.org/departments-centers/vascular-anomalies-clinic/

Contact: Erika DeVinny (devinny.erika@mayo.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


University of Minnesota (United States)

2512 South 7th Street, 3rd Floor
Minneapolis, Minnesota
United States
www.mhealth.org/childrens/care/conditions/vascular-birthmarks

Contact: RN Care Coordinator, Bri Schwab (612-672-5932)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


St. Louis Children's Vascular Anomaly Clinic (United States)

One Children's Place
St. Louis, Missouri
United States

Contact: Katie Schultz (314-454-5476) (katie.schultz@wustl.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Cohen Children's Medical Center (United States)

269-01 76th Avenue
Queens, New York
United States
https://pediatrics.northwell.edu/departments-services/pediatric-hematology-oncology/programs-services/center-for-pediatric-vascular-anomalies

Contact: Marsha LoCastro (mlocastro@northwell.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: The Center for Vascular Anomalies at Cohen Children’s provides a multidisciplinary approach to the care of infants, children and adolescents with vascular anomalies. Our management approaches may include medical, laser and image guided interventional procedures like embolization and sclerotherapy, as well as surgical interventions or any combination of these.


Columbia University Irving Medical Center- New York Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital (United States)

161 Fort Washington Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, New York
United States
www.columbiadoctors.org/childrens-health/pediatric-specialties/dermatology/vascular-anomalies-program

Contact: Shannon Brackett FNP-BC, BSN (snb2163@cumc.columbia.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


NYU Langone Hemangioma and Vascular / Lymphatic Malformations Program (United States)

550 1st Avenue
New York, New York
United States
https://nyulangone.org/locations/hemangioma-vascular-malformations-program

Contact: Megan Gaffey & Francine Blei (megan.gaffey@nyulangone.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: We also treat complex obstetrics and gynecology patients


Nationwide Children's Hospital (United States)

700 Children's Drive
Columbus, Ohio
United States
www.nationwidechildrens.org/specialties/hemangioma-and-vascular-malformations-clinic

Contact: Ibrahim Khansa (614-722-6299) (ibrahim.khansa@nationwidechildrens.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center-Hemangioma and Vascular Malformation Department (United States)

3333 Burnet Avenue, ML 7015
Cincinnati, Ohio
United States
www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/h/hemangioma

Contact: Kiersten Ricci, MD (Kiersten.Ricci@cchmc.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


OHSU / Hemangioma and Vascular Birthmarks Clinic (United States)

3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road PV-01, Dept Otolaryngology
Portland, Oregon
United States
www.ohsu.edu/ent/ohsu-hemangioma-and-vascular-birthmarks-clinic

Contact: Carol Macarthur (503-494-5350) (macarthc@ohsu.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Comprehensive Vascular Anomalies Program (CVAP) (United States)

3401 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
United States
www.chop.edu/centers-programs/vascular-anomalies-program

Contact: Denise M. Adams, MD (adamsdm@chop.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults
Additional Information: For children and adults whose condition includes lymphatic leaks and lymphatic flow disorders, we work closely with the Jill and Mark Fishman Center for Lymphatic Disorders. The center has developed minimally invasive, state-of-the-art procedures to diagnose and treat these conditions.


Vanderbilt Multidisciplinary Vascular Anomalies Team (United States)

2200 Children's Way, 6th Floor DOT
Nashville, Tennessee
United States
www.childrenshospitalvanderbilt.org/program/vascular-anomalies-clinic

Contact: Youstina Botros (vascularanomaliescoordinator@vumc.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Childrens Hospital of San Antonio (United States)

333 North Santa Rosa
San Antonio, Texas
United States

Contact: Lisa Buckmiller (Lisa.buckmiller@christushealth.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults on a case by case basis


Vascular Anomalies Team at UTHealth (United States)

6410 Fannin Street, Suite 950
Houston, Texas
United States
https://memorialhermann.org/services/conditions/pediatric-vascular-anomalies

Contact: Kelly Turner (kelly.d.turner@uth.tmc.edu)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


University of Wisconsin Birthmarks and Vascular Anomalies Team (United States)

1675 Highland Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin
United States
www.uwhealth.org/treatments/birthmarks-vascular-anomalies-bvac

Contact: Kristin Olson (bvac@uwhealth.org)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


South America

Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires - Vascular Anomalies Clinic (Argentina)

Peron 4190
Buenos Aires, CABA
Argentina
www.hospitalitaliano.org.ar

Contact: Julia Udaquiola (julia.udaquiola@hospitalitaliano.org.ar)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Vascular Anomalies Committee. Central Military Hospital. Buenos Aires. Argentina (Argentine)

Av Luis Maria Campos 726. CABA
Caba, Buenos Aires
Argentine
www.hmc.mil.ar

Contact: miguel amore (miguelangelamore@hotmail.com)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


AC Camargo Cancer Center (Brazil)

Rua Antonio Prudente 211
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
Brazil
www.accamargo.org.br

Contact: Heloisa Galvao do Amaral Campos (heloisa.campos@accamargo.org.br)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Centro Paulista de Anomalias Vasculares (Brazil)

AV. Ibirapuera 2907 conj 1308
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
Brazil

Contact: Nilce Helena Ferreira De Carvalho (nilcehfc@uol.com.br)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Hospital das Clinicas da FMUSP - Sao Paulo / Grupo Multidisciplinar de Anomalias Vasculares (Brazil)

Avenida Doutor Eneas de Carvalho Aguiar 255 Sala 812 - 8 Andar
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
Brazil

Contact: Dov Charles Goldenberg (anomalias.vasculares@hc.fm.usp.br)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Clinica Alemana de santiago (Chile)

Vitacura 5951
Santiago, Metropolitana
Chile

Contact: Alejandro Zavala (azavalachile@gmail.com) / María-Laura Cossio (mlauracossio@gmail.com)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile / Grupo de Estudio de Anomalías Vasculares (GEAV) (Chile)

367 Marcoleta, Santiago, 8330024
Santiago, Metropolitana
Chile

Contact: Mrs Aida Cisternas (aidacisternas@hotmail.com)
Patients Treated: Children & Adults


Last updated: October 11, 2021