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Geelong Vascular Service

Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon
+61 3 5229 0024 +61 3 5229 2819

Vascular Surgery

  • Endovascular Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Arterial Disease, Excessive Sweating, Leg Ulcers
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Geelong Vascular Service is a private surgical practice specialising in Arterial and Venous disease management. It is the largest and longest serving dedicated vascular service in Victoria’s South West.

At Geelong Vascular Service, we pride ourselves on providing you with the highest of quality in care.  Whether you need treatment of your arteries in hospital, ablation of your leg veins through our laser vein clinic, treatment of excessive sweating, or specialist advice on healing your leg ulcers, we are here to help you.

A/Professor David McClure is a fully qualified Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon, a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, a member of the ANZ Society of Vascular Surgeons, and a member of the Australasian College of Phlebology. He provides expert Vascular Surgery, specialising in minimally invasive techniques, and is well supported by his team of qualified nurses and staff.

If you'd like to know more of what we do, read on or feel free to contact our reception staff.

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