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Mohammed M. Chaudry, MD, PharmD, FACS, FSVS

Dr. Chaudry is a board-certified vascular surgeon native to Maryland who is committed to optimizing the vascular health of our community through a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary, proactive, person-oriented approach. Dr. Chaudry earned his Bachelor’s in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics from Towson State University and Doctor of Pharmacy from University of Maryland, School of Pharmacy before going to medical school to become a vascular surgeon. After completing his General Surgery residency at the University of Maryland and Vascular Surgery fellowship at Pennsylvania Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Chaudry joined Christiana Care in Newark, DE as a vascular surgeon in 2015. While at Christiana Care, Dr. Chaudry served on multiple leadership committees, was the Medical Director for Medical Student and Resident Education and actively engaged in clinical research... read more »

Dr. Chaudry


Now Accepting New Patients!

Why Refer to Nova Vascular?

Vascular surgeons dedicate their entire training to address the full spectrum of vascular health and disease. As the only specialists board-certified in vascular surgery, partner with a vascular surgeon for their disease-focused, not technique-focused, expertise.

Nova Vascular Specialists truly understands the importance of working together to develop effective, person-centered care plans that ensure optimal outcomes. This includes:

  • Risk factor identification and prevention
  • Maximum medical/non-interventional/non-surgical therapy
  • Multiple (endovascular and open) surgical options
  • Ongoing disease management

An ongoing relationship with a vascular surgeon will allow you to proactively guide the treatment of your patient’s vascular disease. Early consultation may help patients avoid surgery – as less than half of those treated by a vascular surgeon require surgical interventions.

For those who do require surgery, vascular surgeons consult with physicians and each patient to provide the most appropriate and personalized solution for the best long-term outcome.

Who to Refer?

According to the American Heart Association, Heart and Vascular disease affects nearly half of all adults in the United States. Many patients would benefit from seeing a vascular surgeon, particularly those with positive family history of vascular disease or risk factors such as:

  • Atherosclerosis
  • Hyperlipidemia
  • Hypertension
  • Smoking
  • Diabetes
  • Vasculitis
  • Lymphedema

Consider engaging with Dr. Chaudry as soon as possible to learn all treatment options and to help create a care plan that will result in the best long-term outcome for our patients.

The entire Nova Vascular Team welcomes the opportunity to work with you!

To refer a patient to our practice or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 443-267-4955 or email Dr. Chaudry directly at mchaudry@novavascular.com




Aberdeen Medical Pavilion
(Old Aberdeen High School Building)
34 N. Philadelphia Blvd
Suite 100
Aberdeen, MD 21001

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