As an actively expanding organization, CVR has assembled the most qualified and experienced team of physicians, researchers, and staff to serve patients across our 70 + vein center locations.
1401 Dual Highway
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The Vein Center Located in Hagerstown
When people need minimally invasive treatment for venous insufficiency, the Center for Vein Restoration in Hagerstown, Maryland provides Hagerstown and surrounding area residents with laser ablation, radiofrequency ablation, scleropathy and many other procedures to restore vein health and skin appearance. With County Commuter buses providing extensive transportation throughout Hagerstown, it is easy to get to the Center for Vein Restoration, located at 1401 Dual Highway. Stretching between Howell Road and Mt. Aetna Road (next to National Pike, Rt. 40), Dual Highway is near favorite Hagerstown restaurants, such as Schulas Grill & Crab House and Rik’s Cafe. To the west of Howell Road is Hagerstown’s beautiful Antietam Creek, where the Battle of Antietam was fought during the Civil War. Just to the south of the Center for Vein Restoration is the Karu Peru Restaurant, known for its delicious rotisserie chicken.
Hours of Operation
- Monday: 7:00AM-5:00PM
- Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday: 7:00AM-5:00PM
- Thursday: Closed
- Friday: Closed
Meet Dr. Le
Board certified in emergency medicine, Dr. Duc Le is a 20 year veteran of the healthcare industry and currently holds professional associations with Hope for Tomorrow, the Mission of Mercy Free Clinic and the Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped. A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Louisville, Dr. Duc Le completed a residency in emergency medicine while enrolled in the York-Pennsylvania State-Hershey Emergency Medicine Program in York, Pennsylvania. He then worked at the Potomac Hospital in Woodbridge as an attending emergency physician for two years. Dr. Duc Le later transferred to Rockville, Maryland’s Shady Grove Adventist Hospital where he assumed attending emergency physician duties for eight years. After serving as a managing partner with Emergency Physician Associates and Chairman of the Community-Acquired Pneumonia Committee for seven years while at Frederick Memorial Hospital, Dr. Duc Le joined the Center for Vein Restoration in Hagerstown in 2014. Currently a diplomat of the American Board of Emergency Physicians (since 1998), Dr. Duc Le has completed several years of specialized training in treating venous insufficiency and varicose vein disorders.