Daiva Nevidomskyte MD, RPVI
American Board of Surgery in Vascular Surgery
Dr. Daiva Nevidomskyte received her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine, Massachusetts and completed a Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Dr. Nevidomskyte treats patients with a wide variety of vascular conditions, such as circulation issues, atherosclerotic blockages in the neck arteries, aneurysms, congenital vascular anomalies, varicose veins, and dialysis access needs.
Outside of her practice, Dr. Nevidomskyte enjoys skiing, hiking, and traveling with her husband.
“I believe in building connections with my patients and developing a strong partnership that would enable the patient not only to recover from complex operations, but also make important lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking. Vascular surgery is a technically challenging, but extremely rewarding specialty. I enjoy treating the ‘whole’ patient and being a long-term part of patients’ lives.”
Dr. Nevidomskyte’s research interests include congenital vascular malformations, outcomes in vascular surgery, gender outcomes and disparities in vascular surgery, and the care of women in vascular surgery.
English, German, Lithuanian, Russian
Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Society; Society for Vascular Surgery; American College of Surgeons; Pacific Northwest Vascular Society