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Covid-19 Update: Letter from Dr. Martin

By Nadene Weil, Director of Patient & Physician Relations

Dr. Martin addresses the challenges of providing safe healthcare while the community is facing the spread of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19.

Dear VVC Patient,

I want to provide you with an update on how we at Vascular Vein Centers (VVC) are addressing the challenges of providing safe healthcare while the community is facing the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As always, the health and safety of our patients and caregivers is our top priority. Though we have always had a rigorous disinfecting protocol in all our locations, we have enhanced our cleaning measures. This means more frequent cleaning of waiting areas, common areas, restrooms and high touch areas of our clinics. We have reduced the number of patients in the waiting rooms at any given time.

We are diligently following the precautions as outlined by the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and the Florida Department of Health. These include:

All our locations are open to provide excellent leg health. If there should be any changes to our operations based on the current conditions, we will stay in touch to inform you of on-going changes.

Regards, 

Samuel P Martin, IV, MD
Owner and Medical Director
Vascular Vein Centers 

If you have a fever or symptoms of a respiratory illness, please reach out to reschedule your appointment:

Toll free: (877) 244-8558

Contact Us: https://www.bestveintreatment.com/schedule-appointment/

To continue to monitor the larger community updates, please visit the following:

Vascular Vein Centers is proud to be the premier provider of leg health services in Central Florida for more than 18 years. We are and will remain committed to taking the necessary actions to support our patients and caregivers in this challenging time. 

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