Dr. Sherry D. Scovell is a board-certified vascular and endovascular surgeon specializing in the evaluation and treatment of venous vascular conditions, including varicose veins, venous disease and leg swelling. She is also a leading expert in the treatment of spider veins. Dr. Scovell utilizes the latest and most cutting-edge minimally invasive equipment and techniques and works closely with every patient to assure the most appropriate treatment of their vascular issues.
Dr. Scovell received her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati Medical College, and completed her general surgical residency at the Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia, then affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center. She spent one year researching the underlying pathophysiology of abdominal aortic development and growth during her residency. She then completed an intensive two-year vascular and endovascular surgery fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. As a result of her novel training in Cleveland, she was named the director of endovascular surgery at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and established their endovascular surgery program prior to coming to Massachusetts General Hospital. In 2009, Dr. Scovell established the venous vascular surgery practice at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Outpatient Care in Danvers, Massachusetts.
Dr. Scovell received her board certification in general surgery in 2002 and her specialty board certification in vascular surgery in 2003. She recertified in vascular surgery in 2012. Academically, Dr. Scovell is an Assistant Professor of Surgery, Part-time at the Harvard Medical School and is an active member of the Society for Vascular Surgery, the New England Vascular Surgical Society, Boston Surgical Society, the American Venous Forum, and the American College of Phlebology. She is well published in the vascular and endovascular surgical literature.