- Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy
- David Goldfarb, MD Research Professor of Surgery
- Attending Surgeon
- Professor of Surgery
- Associate Professor of Surgery
- Assistant Professor of Surgery
Our Services: Vascular Surgery
Vascular diseases affect veins and arteries in the body and the proper functioning of the vascular system is critical to your health. Diet, exercise and medication can be effective in managing your vascular health.
The vascular surgeons at Johns Hopkins Howard County Medical Center perform a variety of vascular surgeries and minimally invasive endovascular therapy, including abdominal aortic aneurisms, aortic stent-grafts/endografts, and limb salvage surgery. Patients suffering from carotid artery disease, renal artery disease, and peripheral arterial disease can weigh the various treatment options available, including medical therapy, as well as surgical and endovascular approaches. Our surgeons can help you determine whether surgery is right for you and if so, which type of procedure.
Q&A - Dialysis Access - Who, what and why?
Rebecca Marmor, M.D., Johns Hopkins Vascular Surgeon, explains what dialysis access means, who may need it and why it is important to see a specialist.
Q&A - Peripheral Arterial Disease
Rebecca Marmor, M.D., Johns Hopkins Vascular Surgeon, explains what peripheral arterial disease is, the symptoms, risk factors, treatment options and more.
Q&A - Carotid Artery Stenosis
Rebecca Marmor, M.D., Johns Hopkins Vascular Surgeon, explains what carotid artery stenosis is, the risk factors, and how it is diagnosed and managed.