Meet Dr. Rundback
Regarded as one of the nation’s most respected and admired Interventional Radiologists, Dr. John H. Rundback specializes in complex endovascular interventions, treating the most challenging cases of Critical Limb Ischemia and Peripheral Artery Disease. In addition to his work through Endovascular and Amputation Prevention, LLC located in West Orange, NJ, Dr. Rundback serves as Managing Partner of Advanced Interventional and Vascular Services, LLP. He is a graduate of SUNY Downstate Medical Center and completed his radiology residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. Additionally, Dr. Rundback serves on the Board of Directors of VIVA Physicians, is a consultant to numerous companies developing new vascular therapies, and has served as Principal Investigator of multiple trials evaluating new device and drug treatments for peripheral artery disease. Dr. Rundback has authored or contributed to more than 100 scientific manuscripts in the field of interventional radiology and has been an invited guest at almost 500 national and international conferences around the world.
"Dr Rundback and his staff very compassionate. They Treated me with respect and dignity!! 5 Stars ⭐️"
"I was so impressed with the kindness & skill set of everyone in this office. Dr. Rundback is a genius & an incredibly skilled interventional radiologist. Very grateful."
"Patient - Great services"
"Patient - I was so happy with your expertise. I would highly recommend you to anyone."
"I have suffered from complications due to fibroids for many years. Every doctor I've seen previously told me that the only option was a hysterectomy, which was very devastating. However, Queens Endovascular was a true blessing for me. Not only were they able to treat my condition without invasive surgery but the staff was exceptionally accommodating and pleasant. Dr. Rundback also has a comforting bedside manner and took the time to explain the process of the procedure. I would recommend this facility to anyone who is looking for better alternatives."