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New Year's Letter from Dr. Martin

By Samuel P. Martin, MD, FACS

Vascular Vein Centers, continues to be inspired by our wonderful patients, the trust they have in us to help them regain and maintain leg health, and by our colleagues in health care who trust us to take care of their patients...

As we progress into 2020, Vascular Vein Centers continues our commitment to healthy legs for a healthy life. With more than 18 years of experience exclusively diagnosing and treating venous disease, venous stasis ulcerations, and chronic swelling, we pledge to bring the highest level of venous therapy to Central Florida. Our Cycle of Care is comprehensive for the largest varicosities, skin changes and ulcers, to the smallest spider veins; each patient has special needs. Our care for venous ulcers is unmatched under the supervision of Samuel P. Martin, M.D., F.A.C.S., founder and medical director of Vascular Vein Centers, board-certified vascular surgeon, and one of a small number of doctors who have a board certification in wound care (CWSP).

 

Dr. Hugo Hart, board-certified general surgeon, continues to be a strong force in our practice with close ties to the Hispanic community. Dr. Hai H. Kenney, a board-certified interventional radiologist, and vascular specialist, brings years of experience in venous therapy and vein disease and is passionate about patient care and education.

In addition, Vascular Vein Centers:

With our recent partnership with GE, we are able to offer the highest quality diagnostic doppler ultrasound imaging to our patients.

Our doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, vascular technologists, and medical assistants are on a mission to make a difference in the lives of our patients. There is no cure for venous disease but it can be controlled when our care team and patients work together and focus on the process.

Our New Year’s resolution is to continue to provide education about venous disease to Central Florida and do all we can to connect with and fulfill our patients’ needs.

From the entire staff at Vascular Vein Centers, we wish you a happy and healthy 2020!

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