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Dr. Yair Galili

Vascular surgeon

Contact phone number

0879 851 557; 0879 853 557



Preobrazhenie Square 1, 1st floor, Sofia - Bulgaria

Information about Dr. Yair Galili

Master physician, specialist vascular surgeon.


In 1988 graduated in medicine from Ben Gurion University, Negev

In 1997 acquired a specialization in ultrasound diagnosis and therapy in General Surgery, Wake Forest University, USA.

In 1998 specializes in General Surgery at Ichilov Hospital, Tel Aviv.

In 2000 acquired a specialty in vascular surgery at Assaf Arofeh Clinic and Tel a Shomer Hospital, Tel Aviv.

In 2002 specializes in Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy at the Clinic for Vascular Diseases, Chicago, USA.

From 2002 until today, he introduced and developed clinical practice in Ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy in several medical centers in Tel Aviv


1988-1989 – Clinical internship at Tel a Shomer Hospital, Tel Aviv

1989-1992 - Clinic of Urology, Belinson Hospital, Tel Aviv

1992-1998 – Tel Aviv General Surgery Clinic

1998-2000 - Assaf a Rofe Vascular Surgery Clinic, Tel Aviv

2000-2007 – Senior physician in vascular surgery in Tel a Shomer, Tel Aviv

2005 to present - Head of vascular disease clinic at Mohr Institute, Tel Aviv

2017 to present - Senior Physician in the Department of Vascular Surgery at Wolfson Hospital, Tel Aviv


1996 – Lecturer in General Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University

1995 to present - lectures on surgery for interns at Tel Aviv Medical University

1999 – instructor of the members of the Medical Examination Committee at Tel Aviv University

He mastered the Sclerotherapy method under ultrasound control during his two-year specialization in the USA.

After that, he practiced this method of treating varicose veins of the lower limbs for more than 18 years, having performed thousands of manipulations around the world - USA, Israel, Bulgaria, Croatia.

In our country, Dr. Galili examines and performs his procedures at the "DORIS CLINIC" Medical Center in the city of Sofia. From 2010 to today, he has helped over 5,000 Bulgarians get rid of the insidious disease. "The most important thing is to locate the painful place, where the problem comes from and which exact section of the vein is diseased and not functioning properly," explains Dr. Galili.

In 2010, the Ministry of Health and the BLS issued the necessary documents giving him the right to practice medicine in Bulgaria.

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