We are a vascular surgery-based practice serving two groups of patients >> 1 Those who need dialysis access and >> 2 Those (especially with renal failure) with significant lower extremity vascular disease.
As one of the few Comprehensive Dialysis Access Centers in the world, we offer access creation, maintenance, complex problem solving, diagnosis, and medical care in a longitudinal full service environment.
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FLOW COMPREHENSIVE DIALYSIS ACCESS CENTER (CDAC)
Our primary mission is to care for those needing any form of dialysis. We are one of the busiest access providers in the world, and have pioneered the CDAC concept, which incorporates:
Comprehensive, multidisciplinary, multimodal care of all types of access
Access creation, maintenance, and complex problem solving
Same day service and zone defense
Longitudinal care of our patients
Education, scholarship, and research
We practice at our own, fully owned hospital, and at six HOPDs surrounding Houston, Texas. Our faculty includes five vascular surgeons and two hospitalists.
FLOW LIMB SALVAGE CENTER (LSC)
Our secondary, but equally critical mission is to care for the legs of those on dialysis. While vascular surgeons as a whole have always cared deeply about this, patients with renal failure often fall through the cracks. Four of our surgeons also focus on this, primarily via endovascular intervention but also pursuing open revascularization when needed.
MEET OUR TEAM
OUR DOCTORS ARE BUSY!
DIALYSIS ACCESS PROCEDURES
PERFORMED IN 2021
OUR DOCTORS ARE EXPERIENCED
PARTICIPATION IN CLINICAL
(10 AS GLOBAL PI)
ACCESS PHYSICIANS EDUCATED
OUR DOCTORS CONTRIBUTE
Our group as a whole has published over 200+ peer-reviewed manuscripts, 75+ book chapters, and 3 books.
Dr. Illig is editor-in-chief of "Principles of Dialysis Access" to be published by Springer in 2023.
OUR DOCTORS ARE WELL EDUCATED
Our physicians were educated at Harvard, Cornell, Massachusetts General Hospital, Rochester, Baylor, Mayo Clinic, Texas A+M, Tufts, Florida State University, Medical College of South Carolina, and the University of South Carolina, among other institutions, and we use what we’ve learned and experienced to provide the best combination of science and humanity to best serve our patients.