Aman Patel, MD, performs an embolization procedure for a brain aneurysm. Our physicians are leaders in treating complex vascular conditions with an array of patient-specific approaches, including minimally invasive options.

About Us

The Massachusetts General Hospital Fireman Vascular Center is one of the only vascular centers in the country with specialists in every area of vascular disease.

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Patients & Families

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Our access specialists will connect you to an experienced team of specialists. Call 877-644-8346.

Our Treatment Programs

Learn more about Mass General's leading approaches to treat your vascular condition.

  • stroke center certification

    Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification

    Mass General is the first hospital in Massachusetts to receive Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification from the Joint Commission.
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Contact Us

Fireman Vascular Center
Main Campus (Boston)

55 Fruit StreetBostonMA 02144
  •  Near Public Transit
  •  Accessible
  • Phone: 877-644-8346
  • Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Mass General Waltham

52 Second Avenue, Suite 2011WalthamMA 02451
  •  Near Public Transit
  •  Handicapped Accessible
  • Phone: 877-644-8346
  • Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Health Care Professionals

  • Mass General Named Among Top Hospitals

    Massachusetts General Hospital has been consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report and is ranked across all 16 specialties.

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News & Events

  • What you should know about PAD

    Frequently asked questions about peripheral artery disease.

  • Staff Spotlight: Margaret (Peggy) Leary

    The Division of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery recognizes its front desk receptionist, Margaret (Peggy) Leary who works tirelessly every day to ensure that outpatient clinics run efficiently and that patients receive compassionate, high-quality care.


  • Jessica's Story: A Stroke Survivor

    As a fitness instructor, Jessica Diaz never thought she’d face a stroke – especially at such a young age. But after teaching two morning classes, she felt a shooting pain travel down the left side of her body.

  • Sean’s Story: A Second Chance

    When Sean arrived at Mass General, doctors immediately recognized the symptoms of a pulmonary embolism. They activated the Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) and quickly discussed a treatment plan.


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