Ravi Veeraswamy, MD

Physician in Charleston, SC
Specialties:Vascular Surgery
Rating 4.9
(127 Reviews)
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Ravi Veeraswamy, MD

Ravi Veeraswamy, M.D. is a vascular surgeon at MUSC Health in Charleston, SC whose clinical interests are primarily in treating aortic disease with advanced and minimally invasive techniques. He is an expert on using new technology such as fenestrated stents in the management of aortic aneurysms and other aortic conditions. Dr. Veeraswamy performs both traditional surgery and minimally invasive stent techniques. He also performs other procedures such as carotid artery surgery and lower extremity bypass surgery for patients suffering from peripheral artery disease (PAD).Dr. Veeraswamy has done extensive research and is widely published on aortic diseases. Since joining MUSC in 2016, Dr. Veeraswamy serves as the Chief of Vascular Surgery. Prior to joining MUSC, he was on faculty at Emory University for a decade. Dr Veeraswamy is a native of SC and graduated from Irmo High School in Columbia, SC. He graduated from the The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and completed residency and fellowship training at Washington University School of Medicine.

Board Certifications: Surgery, Vascular Surgery
Clinical Areas of Interest
  • Carotid artery disease
  • Aortic aneurysms
  • Aortic dissections
  • Carotid stenting and carotid endarterectomy
  • Peripheral vascular disease
  • Renal and mesenteric surgery

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My Offices

  • Map of 25 Courtenay Dr in Charleston
    MUSC Health Ashley River Tower
    Primary Office
    25 Courtenay Dr
    Charleston, SC 29425
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    TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
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    SundayOpen 24 Hours
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