Compassion.

Integrity.

Dignity.

* State-of-the-art Surgical Treatment Options

* Comprehensive Care

* 24-hour Availability

Our Mission

- To provide patients with comprehensive and progressive cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgical care

- To serve patients and their families with compassion, communication, and dignity

- To work in concert with our medical colleagues to provide optimal heath care

Over 25 Years of Service

Colorado Cardiovascular Surgical Associates has served the people of the Denver metro area for more than 25 years.

All of our surgeons are board certified in their area of specialty.

Welcome to Colorado Cardiovascular Surgical Associates

Welcome to Colorado Cardiovascular Surgical Associates (CCVSA), where our surgeons specialize in cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgeries.

CCVSA continues to improve patient health through continual scientific innovation, revolutionary operative care and exemplary surgical education.

Our surgeons are experts in treating cardiac, thoracic and vascular-related diseases, such as coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, abdominal and thoracic aneurysms, peripheral artery disease and carotid artery stenosis.

Heart disease and related illnesses are very serious and sometimes life-threatening conditions. Many times patients don’t experience symptoms – until the problem has progressed to a dangerous degree.

If you smoke, have high cholesterol, high blood pressure or have a family history of heart disease, you have an increased risk of developing a cardiothoracic or vascular-related disease and possibly a heart attack or stroke.

Our mission is to provide patients with comprehensive and progressive cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgical care; to serve patients and their families with compassion, communication, and dignity; and to work in concert with our medical colleagues to provide optimal heath care.

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Peripheral Vascular Disease

Peripheral Vascular Disease is a very common condition, and affects as many as 20% of Americans over the age of 65, or as many as 30 million people! It is most often caused by plaque that builds up and narrows the arteries.  This condition is known as atherosclerosis, or more commonly, “hardening of the arteries”. 

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Are You At Risk?

You should have screening exams if:

• You are age 50 or older
• You are or have been a smoker
• You have heart disease, or a family
history of heart disease
• You have diabetes, or a family history
of diabetes

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