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"I waited 5 years to have the surgery I needed because I was uncomfortable going to a new doctor. The procedure at South Florida Vascular Associates was easy, the staff is wonderful, my recovery was quick and easy and I can finally enjoy my life again ....pain free! !"  


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Endovascular Surgery and Interventional Radiology in Broward and Palm Beach County, Florida

Welcome to South Florida Vascular Associates:
Leading Change in Vascular Care

South Florida Vascular Associates is a comprehensive medical practice specializing in minimally invasive endovascular procedures, which are effective for treating a wide range of vascular conditions as well as cancer. Our unique approach to vascular care is recognized for its commitment to clinical excellence and outstanding patient satisfaction.

You may have heard about our vascular practice in South Florida on the news, which has repeatedly featured Dr. William Julien as an expert in Endovascular surgery who established South Florida Vascular Associates in 2001. Dr. Julien became known as one of the first Interventional Radiologists to have an office-based, clinical practice in the United States. Our physicians are highly regarded throughout South Florida and recognized as leaders in endovascular medicine.

Our highly specialized Interventional Radiologists use state-of-the-art, diagnostic technology that ensures high quality - patient-focused care. Patients are seen for their private consultation at one of our three convenient South Florida office locations in Coconut Creek, Boynton Beach and Plantation. If a procedure is ultimately recommended, it is performed in our sophisticated, office-based, endovascular surgical suites.

The minimally invasive techniques used by our physicians are an advance in medicine that often replaces open surgical procedures. The office-based model has proven to be a safe, efficient, and personalized alternative to having procedures performed in the hospital. These procedures are generally easier for the patient because they involve small incisions, decreased risk, less pain and shorter recovery times.

Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff offers the best care to each and every patient. We emphasize patient education offering our patients clear explanations of their diagnosis and treatment plan and we are always available to answer your questions and keep you informed every step of the way.

If you’ve been told you need surgery, call us first. You might be a candidate for a minimally invasive vascular treatment or interventional procedure. South Florida Vascular Associates strives for excellence in patient care in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

Become a patient today. Call (954) 725-4141.

South Florida Vascular Associates has 3 office locations Coconut Creek, Boynton Beach and Plantation, Florida with close proximity to Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach County and are conveniently located in Northwest Broward County. Dr. William Julien is an Interventional Radiology Physician offering minimally invasive vascular procedures and advanced endovascular surgery in a more convenient, relaxing office based setting. Our vascular experts specialize in treating vascular diseases such as, arterial occlusive disease, upper extremity arterial disease, lower extremity arterial disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), aneurysm repair, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), carotid artery disease (CAD), critical limb ischemia(CLI), compromised renal arteries, end stage renal disease, venous insufficiency, varicose veins, minimally invasive varicocele surgery for testicle pain and infertility issues such as low sperm count, varicosities, deep vein thrombosis - DVT (blood clots in the veins), uterine fibroid tumors, pelvic congestion syndrome and provide the best vein care in South Florida. We offer carotid artery stenting, renal artery stenting, angioplasty, stenting, artherectomy, bypass surgery, endovascular thrombectomy, venous access for dialysis (graft, fistula), uterine artery embolization (alternative to hysterectomy), sclerotherapy, central vein IV access, port insertion for chemotherapy, and other catheter-based vascular procedures. Our Interventional Radiologists also offers clinical research trials, an outreach Foundation and Mission program as well as extensive Physician Education and Training Courses in the atherectomy procedure for peripheral artery disease.