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Welcome 2021!!

5 STAR RATING!!

Our patients say it best, THANK YOU!

“The staff is rather friendly and receptive. The attendance time is very reasonable and you get one on one interaction with your Nurse or doctor. My procedures are also thoroughly explained to me.☺️ You guys made me feel comfortable. Thank you for restoring my confidence and allowing me to feel comfortable in my skin.” – Verified Patient

 

As we progress into 2021, Vascular Vein Centers continues our commitment to healthy legs for a healthy life and will continue to serve our patients while adhering to CDC safety standards. Our 2021 Pledge:

Our doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, vascular technologists, medical assistants, and patient liaisons 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.

From the entire staff at Vascular Vein Centers, we wish you a happy, safe, and healthy 2021!

Author
Nadene Weil, Director of Patient & Physician Relations

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