Vein Center at Iowa Heart Opens Full-Service Vein Clinic in Council Bluffs
Monday, November 2, 2009
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa - Vein Center at Iowa Heart has expanded its services to Council Bluffs through the opening of a full-service vein care center at the Alegent Mercy Office.
"Vein Center at Iowa Heart is so excited to bring vein health options to the people of Council Bluffs and its surrounding area," said Dr. Robert Zeff, M.D., medical director. "This full-service vein center provides patients with a clinic close to home so they don't have to travel to another city or state for quality vein treatments."
Vein screenings are important for leg health as venous diseases such as deep vein thrombosis, superficial vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolus can cause permanent damage. The Council Bluffs clinic offers vein screenings that asses risk for venous disease and determining if any pain, discomfort and discolorations on your legs can be treated. All testing and treatment options are performed in Council Bluffs.
Appointments are necessary for vein screenings, and can be made by calling 712-388-2633.
About the Vein Center at Iowa Heart
The Vein Center at Iowa Heart is part of a multidisciplinary approach to overall cardiovascular health and disease prevention by the physicians and staff of the Iowa Heart Center. Since its founding as a one-physician practice in 1970, Iowa Heart Center's focus has remained the same: To provide quality, leading-edge, compassionate care to its patients and their families. With nearly 60 cardiologists and surgeons serving 11 locations across the state including offices at Mercy Medical Center, Iowa Methodist Medical Center and Iowa Lutheran Hospital as well as a clinic in West Des Moines. Dedication to being the best has helped Iowa Heart Center grow to one of the premiere cardiology, vascular and cardiovascular surgery practices in the nation.
If you would learn more about the Vein Center at Iowa Heart, please contact:
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