Pennsylvania

VAC of Pittsburgh

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Location Details

51 Dutilh Road, Suite 100
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Phone: 412-683-4504
Fax: 412-683-4505
Office Hours: M-F – 8 AM – 4:30 PM

Directors & Managers

Medical Staff:
Sandeep Sharma, MD
David Catalane, MD

Center Manager/Administrator:
David W. Stebbins BART(R)(CV)

Director of Nursing:
Scott Byerly, RN

Services Offered

  • Dialysis Access Care
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Venous Therapies

Our Physicians

Sandeep Sharma, MD

Vascular Access Center of Pittsburgh

Sharma-pic-3Dr. Sandeep Sharma was one of the first doctors to bring Interventional Nephrology to Pittsburgh. He has been in practice since 2006 and routinely services patients not only from Pittsburgh, but also from across Western PA to Ohio and West Virginia. Dr. Sharma has received Board Certifications in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Nephrology. He is also certified by the American Society of Interventional Nephrology. Dr. Sharma received his training in interventional procedures from renowned interventionist, Dr. James McGuckin, and Vascular Surgeon, Dr. John Ross.

He has given presentations at National conferences as well as locally for the Fistula First initiative. He routinely provides education to dialysis nurses and technicians on the intricacies of access management. He is a board member of the National Kidney Foundation and a strong proponent of patient education. He is active within the community to educate people about kidney disease and transplantation. Dr. Sharma specializes in all aspects of hemodialysis access maintenance, arm and chest port placement, and varicose and spider vein treatment.


 

David Catalane, MD

Vascular Access Center of Pittsburgh

Catalane-Head-ShotDavid Catalane, MD, is a board certified General/Vascular Surgeon with over 25 years experience treating vascular disease. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine with honors in surgery, he did his surgical training in Pittsburgh at Mercy Hospital. Dr. Catalane is on staff at St Clair, OVGH and Mercy to care for inpatient hospital needs but is now able to offer outpatient vascular evaluation and treatment at the Vascular Access Center of Pittsburgh in the new Cranberry location.

Dr. Catalane has successfully endeavored to keep abreast of all the latest advances in surgical care, including minimally invasive endovascular techniques. These procedures make possible the management of complex vascular problems, many requiring only a needle stick or single, small incision. Problems treated include: peripheral vascular disease, non-healing wounds, threat of limb loss, dialysis access placement, aortic aneurysm, venous disease and others.

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