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Welcome 2022 - VVC Continues to be Safe & Open

WELCOME 2022

Vascular Vein Centers continues to be Open and Safe for over 20 years. We are here for our wonderful patients who trust us to help them regain and maintain leg health. We are also here for our medical colleagues who trust us to take care of their patients and educate them.

Our patients say it best, THANK YOU!

“My experience with my vein treatment exceeded my expectations. The staff was kind and gentle. They explained what was going to happen in each step of the process. Other than a few needle sticks there was no pain or discomfort. The APRN, Colin Doyle, called the next day to see how I was doing.” –Verified Patient

 

As we progress into 2022, Vascular Vein Centers continues our commitment to healthy legs for a healthy life and we will serve our patients while exceeding CDC COVID-19 safety standards.

We are now offering a toll free DVT & Leg Health Hotline 833-687-6887. The service is for anyone with questions about suspicious signs & symptoms of a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). The purpose is to answer questions immediately, keeping people out of the ER, walk-in clinics, and hospitals.

Our 2022 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 healthy outcomes.

From the entire staff at Vascular Vein Centers, we wish you a happy, safe, and healthy 2022!

Author
Samuel P. Martin, MD, FACS Founder and Medical Director at Vascular Vein Centers

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