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Hartford Location
1000 Asylum Ave
Suite 2120
Hartford, CT 06105
tel: 860-246-4000
fax: 860-527-6985

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Bloomfield Location
1 Northwestern Drive
Suite 302
Bloomfield, CT 06002
tel: 860-246-4000
fax: 860-527-6985

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Welcome to Vascular Associates of Connecticut

Vascular Associates of Connecticut, LLC is a private specialty practice of vascular surgeons providing comprehensive vascular care to the greater Hartford area.

We offer state-of-the-art management for all vascular disorders, including traditional open vascular surgery, and the use of minimally invasive, endovascular therapies. We specialize in abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), peripheral arterial disease (PAD), carotid artery disease and carotid stenting, varicose veins and venous disease, dialysis access, and diagnostic vascular services.

Our physicians journeyed over to Germany to treat injured U.S. soldiers at a military hospital.
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Dr. Scott Fecteau, Dr. Steven Ruby, and Dr. Eugene Sullivan

Our Commitment to Patients:
Our primary objective is to deliver comprehensive and compassionate clinical care to our patients. Our staff understands the unique needs of each patient and are known for our thoroughness, friendly professionalism, sensitivity, and patience.

We also recognize the importance of patient education and clear explanations on the details of a diagnosis, including short and long-term treatment plans, alternative treatment, and precisely what each patient should expect to experience.

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Trouble with Varicose Veins?
Varicose veins are unnaturally and permanently distended veins that are visible through the skin on a person's legs and typically appear as blue, bulging, and twisted veins. When varicose veins become prominent, unsightly, painful, or inflamed; treatment is indicated, especially when skin irritation or ulcers develop. Connecticut Vein Care offers a variety of treatment options. Learn more »

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