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Covid-19 Update: We Are Open & Safe To Serve You- Dvt Rule-outs Available

By Nadene Weil, Director of Patient & Physician Relations

All Vascular Vein Centers Locations remain OPEN as free-standing clinics providing essential medical services dedicated to your leg health; including evaluation and treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Vascular Vein Centers are free standing medical clinics. We are not affiliated with a hospital and are not outpatient surgery centers. As such we are an essential medical service continuing to diagnose and treat Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and severe venous disease. We will remain open for our normally scheduled patients and those that perceive a possible medical emergency.

As stated below, we have enhanced VVC sanitation processes to ensure we are in compliance with the latest guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Florida Department of Health as those are related to the novel Coronavirus COVID-19. This includes social distancing between patients so that there are only a few patients in our waiting room at any time

Your safety and the safety of our staff as we continue to provide our medical services to you is our most sincere priority.

If you have been tested for the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and do not have your results, please call to reschedule your appointment.

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Vascular Vein Centers continues to enhance our facility cleaning measures to ensure we are in compliance with the latest Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Florida Department of Health guidelines as a result of COVID-19.

Recent advisories include avoiding groups of larger than 10 people congregating in a small area. As a precaution:

You can be assured we are providing a safe environment for all of our patients. All of us play a part in stopping the spread of any virus by following simple personal habits as have been described. Please contact us at 407-244-8559 with any questions about our safety standards or your care. You can access the CDC guideline’s directly or through our website.
 
We remain vigilant, keeping up with daily updates to maintain a safe environment for you and our clinical staff.

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/

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