What is the patient experience like at VCU Baird?

World-class treatment close to home

Going for treatments like port placement, dialysis access management or appointments for peripheral vascular disease (PVD) doesn’t have to mean a long trip downtown. Patients who need special vascular services can instead take advantage of VCU’s world-class medical services in the near West End at VCU Baird Vascular Institute.

“One of the really unique and special things about VCU Baird is our location and the ease of access that we offer our patients,” said Megan Quinn, manager of VCU Baird. “Within this neighborhood environment, we’re able to bring [patients] the expertise of downtown.”

Located just off Interstate 195 at 205 N. Hamilton Street, VCU Baird is easy to reach from all over the Richmond area. Plenty of access to parking, combined with a friendly neighborhood atmosphere, means patients who may have some physical or time limitations will experience a less-stressful medical visit at VCU Baird.

Patients who use VCU Baird receive the same high-quality treatment from specially trained physicians and caring staff that patients at the main medical center receive. Equipment and techniques are also cutting-edge, so patients receive the best health care available. Plus, patients don’t have to wait long for an appointment.

Services offered at VCU Baird include:

• Port Placement for Cancer Treatment

• Dialysis Access Management

• Peripheral Vascular Disease Treatment

• Vascular Ultrasound

• Cosmetic Vein Procedures

At the VCU Baird Vascular Institute, vascular patients come first. BVI is an ideal place, with our friendly, comfortable outpatient environment and without the hassles of dealing with a hospital operating room.For more information, please call (804) 828-2600 or email bairdvascularinstitute@mcvh-vcu.edu.

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