Salvador A. Cuadra, MD, FACS joined the practice in 2008 and is board certified in vascular surgery. Dr. Cuadra’s surgical interests include minimally invasive treatments for peripheral vascular disease and abdominal aortic aneurysms. His expertise also lies in the management of patients with carotid artery disease and hemodialysis access.
Combiz Rezayat, MD, FACS joined the practice in 2010 and is board certified in vascular surgery. Dr. Rezayat has extensive experience with the management of complicated thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysms as well as the endovascular management of lower extremity arterial occlusive disease. He has interests in the management of aortic aneurysm, mesenteric ischemia, peripheral artery disease, carotid disease, and pulmonary embolism. He has published and presented in many of these areas of interest.
Scott A. Sundick, MD, FACS joined the practice in 2012 and is board certified in vascular surgery. He is highly trained in endovascular repairs of aortic and thoracic aneurysms as well as carotid artery disease. In addition to lower extremity angioplasty and stenting, Dr. Sundick’s expertise lies in minimally invasive treatment of aneurysms of the spleen, kidneys and liver, and the treatment of liver cancer and upper gastrointestinal disorders.
Dr. Sundick is among the first generation of vascular surgeons who consider themselves “interventionalists” in addition to surgeons. This approach to patient care gives him many tools to diagnose and treat vascular disease, but offers the patients the best of both worlds.
Mark Moritz, MD, FACS has developed a successful practice of Vascular Surgery and Phlebology in New Jersey since 1989, with a reputation as a committed and compassionate caregiver.
Board certified and recertified in Vascular Surgery by the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Moritz is an Attending Surgeon at Morristown Medical Center and other northern New Jersey hospitals, where he continues to teach surgeons in training, with an appointment as a Clinical Professor of Surgery at the New Jersey Medical School, Rutgers University. He has been recognized as “Surgical Teacher of the Year” by the surgical house staff.
Dr. Moritz primarily practices advanced treatment of complex venous and arterial disease. He is a past president of the American College of Surgeons, New Jersey Chapter, and is a Governor for New Jersey at the national level of the College. He is a past president of the New Jersey Vascular Society, is a member of the American College of Phlebology, and of several other national professional organizations.
Dr. Moritz’s priority is excellent care of his patients, through compassion and empathy for their individual needs.
Michael Ombrellino, MD, FACS is board certified in vascular surgery and joined the Group in 2013 when the Vein Institute of NJ merged with TCVCG. His clinical expertise is in the advanced treatment of venous, arterial and aortic disease. He is a former Chief of Vascular Surgery at Morristown Medical Center, and remains an active member of the Performance Improvement Committee and as a member of the Surgical Residency Education Committee. He is also the former president and current board member of the Vascular Society of NJ.
Dr. Ombrellino was named “Teacher of the Year” at the State University of New York and received the honor twice again as an Attending Surgeon at Morristown Medical Center. He continues to lecture nationally to both General and Vascular Surgeons, as well as to Surgeons in-training. Dr. Ombrellino has also been voted by his peers a number of times as a Top Doctor in New Jersey.
Andrew Cha, DO, FACS is Board Certified in Vascular Surgery. He joined the Cardiovascular Care Group in 2015, after successfully completing his fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. His expertise lies in limb preservation and treating patients with critical limb ischemia as well as treating patients with symptomatic venous disease.