About Sunita Srivastava, MD

Sunita Srivastava, MD, is a board-certified vascular surgeon in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. She also serves as the division’s director of quality and radiation safety officer. Her clinical interests include traditional (open) and minimally invasive (endovascular) therapy techniques for aortic, brachiocephalic and lower extremity vascular disease. She works with her patients to create personalized treatment plans and discusses endovascular and open surgical options with them.

Dr. Srivastava completed her medical school and residency at SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, NY, where she also served as a clinical instructor in trauma, critical care and burns treatment prior to completion of her vascular fellowship at the University of Rochester. Her fellowship training at the University of Rochester included a year of interventional radiology in addition to vascular surgery. She also completed an international endovascular fellowship at the University of Malmo in Sweden.  

She has authored over 50 peer reviewed publications and several book chapters. She has multiple roles in the coding and reimbursement arena for the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American Medical Association Current Procedural Terminology panel. She speaks nationally on optimal coding strategies and complex vascular surgery. She is the program director for the Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency and Independent Fellowship programs at Mass General.

In her personal life, Dr. Srivastava enjoys recreating the traditional recipes of her Asian Indian heritage and spending time with her family and black Labrador.


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Mass General Vascular Center: Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
55 Fruit St..
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 617-726-8278

Medical Education

  • MD, SUNY Health Science Ctr., University Hospital
  • Residency, SUNY Health Science Ctr., University Hospital
  • Fellowship, Strong Memorial Hospital/University of Rochester
  • Fellowship, University of Rochester Medical Center

American Board Certifications

  • General Surgery, American Board of Surgery
  • Vascular Surgery, American Board of Surgery

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Currently conducting clinical research in the following areas:

Acute visceral dissections: Treatment options

Open explantation of endovascular aortic grafts

Inferior mesenteric interventions for complete visceral occlusions


  •  Selected Publications:

    • Roddy SP, Srivastava SD. Clinical evaluation of suspected deep vein thrombosis guides the decision to anticoagulate prophylactically but does not impact the decision to perform after hours duplex venous scanning or increase its yield. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 57(6):1717-8. June 2013.
    • Turney EJ, Steenberge SP, Lyden SP, Eagleton MJ, Srivastava SD, Sarac TP, Kelso RL, Clair DG. Late graft explants in endovascular aneurysm repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 59(4):886093. April 2014. 
    • Steenberge SP, Lyden SP, Turney EJ, Kelso RL, Srivastava SD, Eagleton MJ, Clair DG. Outcomes after partial endograft explantation. Ann Vasc Surg. 31:1-7. February 2016
    • Hussain ST, Srivastava SD, Johnston DR. Temporary axillofemoral bypass for reperfusion of an ischemic limb complicating type A dissection. J Thoracic Cardiovasc Surg. 151(6):e111-3. June 2016. 
    • Srivastava, SD, Roddy SP. New endovascular repair code set for 2018. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 67(2):669-791. February 2018.

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