As an actively expanding organization, CVR has assembled the most qualified and experienced team of physicians, researchers, and staff to serve patients across our 70 + vein center locations in Alabama, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Washington, D.C.

Bel Air, Maryland

620 W. MacPhail Road, Suite 104
Bel Air, 21014

Bel Air, Maryland

620 W. MacPhail Road, Suite 104
Bel Air, MD 21014
Phone: (855) 565-8346
Fax: (410) 420-0654

Complimentary Physician Visits Available at This Location.

SCHEDULE YOUR VISIT

The Vein Center in Bel Air

The Baltimore Bypass, Veterans Memorial Highway, and the Baltimore Pike are the two main highways that run through this area. Landmarks that surround the Center for Vein Restoration include:

  • Home Depot on the East side
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods to the West
  • MacPhail Crossing shopping center to the North
  • The hospital is to the South

If you are coming from the North or South, you will need to take either the Veterans Memorial Highway to W. MacPhail Road or follow MacPhail road – it is broken up into sections – West and East.

You can take the Baltimore Pike to the Veterans Memorial Highway, and exit at W. MacPhail Road.

The Center is easy to find just follow the Hospital signs and you will find the office in Suite 104.

Meet Dr. Sean K. Stewart

Dr. Stewart has been a physician for over fifteen years, he specializes in Venous diseases and surgery. Dr. Stewart has been working with patients who suffer from venous diseases and conditions at the Center for Vein Restoration since 2010. He is also the director of the Sclerotherapy and Chemical Ablation program at the Center.

Dr. Stewart has had an impressive career, which includes world recognition for his fellowship of pediatric AIDS research. A professor at Georgetown Medical school, now as the primary physician at the Bel Air, Maryland Center for Vein Restoration. He is excited to begin working with patients that need treatment, surgery, and management for venous diseases.