The Eastern Vascular Society (EVS) was founded in 1987 to:
- enhance the ability to provide vascular care
- to serve disparate communities through a commitment to diversity and inclusion
- to promote diversity and inclusion within the Society, in vascular surgery education, training and research.
Our objectives are to:
- advance the art and science of vascular surgery
- provide an educational forum for physicians in the Eastern United States and Canada active in the field of vascular diseases
- improve the delivery to the public of healthcare for vascular diseases
- encourage research in the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases
About 300 medical professionals attend our annual scientific meeting. Our next Annual Meeting is September 24th - 27th, 2020 in Charleston, SC. We hope you will join us.
An open invitation from the President
of the Eastern Vascular Society,
James F. McKinsey, MD
I look forward to seeing all of you at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Vascular Society which will be held at the Belmond Charleston Place in Charleston, South Carolina, September 24th-27th, 2020. This meeting promises an exciting educational program, a wonderful social experience, and lots of activities in beautiful historic Charleston. September is an ideal time of year in Charleston, with warm temperatures during the day, and cooler evenings.
The Belmond Charleston Place will provide the perfect venue for our meeting. The hotel is right on the edge of the historic district in downtown Charleston with many restaurants, boutique shopping and activities in walking distance. The Belmond Charleston Place is internationally known for its accommodations and meeting areas, as well as its spa and pool area. The meeting rooms are perfect for all components of our program, with close proximity to the main meeting room, vendor space and satellite programs. There will be... <read more...>
Highlights from the 33rd Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA - Sept 2019 Meeting
Eastern Vascular Society (EVS) was founded in 1987 to enhance the
ability to provide vascular care and serve disparate communities through
a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and to promote diversity and
inclusion within the Society, through vascular surgery education,
training, and research. About 300 medical professionals attend our scientific meeting annually.