Pennsylvania (PRWEB) March 25, 2015
Circulatory Centers announces a new office re-location in Somerset, Pennsylvania. The new office, located at 608 Georgian Place, is located in the heart of Somerset in the well-known Georgian Place complex. An official dedication of their new space and OPEN HOUSE will take place at that location on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 from 4-6pm. As the premiere providers of vein care for over 35 years, Circulatory Centers is thrilled to offer this new state of the art office to better serve the community.
Their commitment to excellence in vein care is strengthened by the expertise of two skilled and friendly providers taking the lead seeing patients at this location, Dr. Thomas Doyle and Physician Assistant, Lee Dirienzo.
Dr. Doyle joined Circulatory Centers in 2005 and has been treating vein patients in the Pittsburgh area since that time. He is a graduate of Princeton and Columbia University College of Medicine. He did his residency at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. before returning home to Pittsburgh to be an Emergency Room physician in Sewickly, PA where he went on to receive a Patient’s Choice Award and a Compassionate Doctor Recognition in 2011. Since joining Circulatory Centers, he has trained extensively in the field of vein care and has performed over 1000 procedures. He is a member of the American College of Phlebology and participates in a number of medical charities throughout the greater Pittsburgh area.
Local Physician Assistant, Lee Dirienzo joined the Circulatory Center in 2013 and will continue on providing medical care for their patients in Somerset. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, West Virginia University and Chatham University. Prior to being a physician assistant, she worked as a therapist and behavior specialist with kids who were diagnosed in the spectrum of autism.
Prior to residing in this new location, Circulatory Centers had spent roughly 10 years on Main St. in the offices of local surgeon, Dr. Peter Go. Dr. Go received a recent assignment at Somerset Hospital thus allowing the appointment of Dr. Doyle to the team in Somerset.
Circulatory Centers providers perform over 30,000 procedures a year. Their documented success rate in eradicating varicose veins has remained at 97% over the past three years and 95% of all treatments are covered by insurance. Circulatory Center technicians perform duplex ultrasound studies on each patient and, as such, Circulatory Centers is accredited by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories. Founded in 1979 by William G. Katz, M.D., a pioneer in vein care, Circulatory Centers has been recognized nationwide as a premiere provider of venous treatment for over 35 years. The physicians at Circulatory Centers have further refined and improved treatment modalities to the point that large and small veins can be eliminated with in-office procedures and no down time. Treatments are covered by insurance 95% of the time and we employ a fully staffed administrative support center to assist patients with all scheduling and billing concerns. “It is important that we provide the most thorough and comprehensive care available to our patients. That starts with their first contact with our administration staff and follows each patient through their medical care with our excellent providers”, says David Gilpatrick, President of Circulatory Centers.