Safety Measures in Place as USA Vein Clinics Reopen

  • USA Vein Clinics have taken a number of actions to protect its patients and staff and control the spread of the coronavirus in accordance with the expert guidance of the CDC and local public health authorities.USA Vein Clinics

    USA Vein Clinics have taken a number of actions to protect its patients and staff and control the spread of the coronavirus in accordance with the expert guidance of the CDC and local public health authorities.USA Vein Clinics

 
Susan Swartz
Updated 6/19/2020 8:48 AM

Northbrook, IL, June 17, 2020--USA Vein Clinics announced the reopening of in-person visits and procedures in its IL treatment centers located in Lake and Cook Counties. The decision to reopen was made in compliance with the IL state and local health departments with the safety and well-being of patients and staff as the top priority.

USA Vein Clinics will welcome patients at the following suburban clinic locations:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

• Mundelein

550 N Lake St, Mundelein

• Elk Grove Village

800 Biesterfield Rd, Ste 201, Elk Grove

• Elmwood

7230 W North Ave, Ste 106B, Elmwood

• Northbrook

4141 Dundee Rd, Northbrook

USA Vein Clinics, which also operates three USA Vein Clinics in Chicago, has taken a number of actions to protect its patients and staff and control the spread of the coronavirus in accordance with the expert guidance of the CDC and local public health authorities. Patients can expect a number of safety measures, consistent with those outlined by the IL Board of Medicine:

• All staff and patients wear a mask while in the clinic

• Medical equipment is cleaned and disinfected thoroughly before, during, and after each patient visit

• Pre-screening of patients is done prior to their appointments

• On-site wellness checkups to verify the health of each patient performed before treatment

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• Private treatment rooms to maintain social distancing

• Increased sanitation of high-traffic areas

• Antimicrobial gel stations added in each clinic

• Emphasizing the importance of proper & frequent handwashing

"As we reopen in IL, USA Vein Clinics are being diligent in taking every extra precaution in our outpatient clinics to make our patients to feel safe and not defer treatment," said USA Clinics Group Co-Founder, Dr. Yan Katsnelson.

USA Vein Clinics also provides telemedicine services that allows highly trained interventional radiologists to interact remotely with patients for consultations in their homes. Telemedicine is accessible on any device with a webcam and an internet connection such as a smartphone, tablet, computer.

"Telemedicine helps make quality vein care more cost-effective and accessible," said Katsnelson. "It allows patients to receive health services away from settings where the potential for contracting COVID-19 are higher, such as hospitals, waiting rooms, and other high traffic areas."

USA Vein Clinics, the largest provider of treatment centers has achieved national recognition for providing comprehensive evaluation and evidence-based approach to patient care that results in consistent and better outcomes. "We are committed to partnering with the medical community to help improve the quality of life of their patients by providing the care one should expect from a top vascular specialist," Katsnelson said.

Same-day appointments are available. For more information to refer patient or to schedule an appointment, contact the USA Vein Clinics at 888-768-3467.

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