Center for Vein Restoration Announces VISION 2024: The Premier Clinical Convention
For Immediate Release
Greenbelt, Maryland, January 23, 2024 - Center for Vein Restoration (CVR), the nation's foremost physician-led practice dedicated to treating venous insufficiency, is pleased to announce VISION2024, the premier clinical convention. The annual event will take place from February 2-4, 2024, at an exciting new location in the heart of Baltimore's upscale neighborhood, Harbor East.
VISION 2024 will again offer networking opportunities, the latest research in vascular medicine, and thought-provoking discussions for clinical participants. Additionally, non-clinical participants will receive world-class customer service training and other professional and personal growth learning opportunities.
Special guest speakers include:
Jeremy Poincenot: A renowned inspirational speaker and blind golf champion, Jeremy is recognized by CNN as the World's best blind golfer. Despite losing his sight at age 19, Jeremy has achieved remarkable success, winning three World Championships and nine National Championships.
Jen Slaw: A professional juggler, speaker, and trainer, Jen uses juggling as a metaphor to inspire and motivate audiences to make positive changes in their lives. Her expertise allows her to work with both left and right-brained individuals. She has appeared on shows like The Late Show with David Letterman.
Five Clinical Sessions. Ten CME Credits. One Price
Healthcare professionals can earn up to ten continuing education (CME) credits during five sessions offered by world-renowned speakers and leaders in vascular medicine. This exclusive in-person and virtual learning experience will address the most pressing challenges and unique opportunities in the venous and lymphatic industry.
Physicians, nurses, vascular technicians, and other non-clinical staff will benefit from engaging, enriching, and actionable information, making this annual event highly anticipated and valuable for all participants.
Saturday, February 3, 2024
8:00 AM – 5:15 PM EST
Virtual attendees can register HERE.
The price is $125 for access to all five clinical sessions.
Sponsored by medi®
The convention is supported by its premier sponsor, mediUSA, a leading compression therapy company.
“The medi® team is proud to partner with CVR in VISION as a premier sponsor. The VISION event provides critical education to the clinical community and creates an opportunity for all to interact and exchange knowledge and ideas related to patient care in a positive and open atmosphere. “ Glenn Anderson, medi, VISION 2024 Premier Sponsor
About Center for Vein Restoration
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR), established in 2007 by world-renowned cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon Sanjiv Lakhanpal, MD, FACS, is America's largest physician-led, patient-centric vein center. With over 110 locations and 80+ board-certified physicians in twenty-two states, CVR is dedicated to providing comprehensive, personalized, and positive treatment for venous insufficiency.
CVR's mission is to improve lives in the communities it serves by providing state-of-the-art vascular care in a compassionate and affordable manner. The organization is committed to continuously redefining the care of patients with venous disorders by providing comprehensive vein care throughout the United States in an environment of clinical excellence, integrity, mutual respect, and trust.
CVR maintains the highest education and training standards for physicians and vascular technicians across its network of clinics. The organization annually publishes research from its database, the largest venous database in the country. It is the only non-academic vein group granted a venous and lymphatic medicine fellowship program by the American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM).
CVR has over 700 employees, conducts over 200,000 patient interactions annually, and achieves a 98 percent patient satisfaction rating.
For more information about CVR and its mission, visit centerforvein.com or contact 240-965-3915.
For information about professional partnership opportunities, visit [email protected].
About Venous Insufficiency
Venous insufficiency, the cause of significant suffering due to the sequelae of venous hypertension, most commonly arises as achy, tired, and heavy legs. This common and underdiagnosed disorder affects between 30 to 40 million Americans. Treatment options have evolved to an array of minimally invasive procedures in an office setting.
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