Dr. Chad Aleman to Head Brand New Kennesaw Clinic
Vein Clinics of America is excited to announce Dr. Chad Aleman, MD, RPVI, RVT will be heading up their brand-new vein treatment clinic in Kennesaw, GA, set to open on Monday, December 5. Dr. Aleman will also continue as the lead physician at the Marietta, GA clinic, VCA’s first clinic to serve the community. Dr. Aleman is already an integral part of the outstanding network of physicians at Vein Clinics of America that specialize in the various treatments of venous disease.
Dr. Aleman, a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Medicine, is a long-time resident of Georgia and has enjoyed a rewarding career in the field of phlebology focusing on the care of patients with vein disease for the past nine years. Prior to joining Vein Clinics of America, Dr. Aleman worked in the rigorous field of emergency medicine.
The dedicated family man that he is, Dr. Aleman spends as much time as he can with his two young children, and devotes a portion of his free time to working with the Have a Heart Benefit. Based in Georgia, Have a Heart Benefit provides financial resources for recipients of organ transplants, a cause that is near and dear to Dr. Aleman after his wife received a heart transplant over ten years ago.
Dr. Aleman’s loyalty to his patients stems from his awareness regarding the general lack of knowledge in his community regarding venous disease. Many of his patients are unaware that the pain and suffering they have dealt with is due to vein disease. He fully believes that each patient is unique, and deserves a comprehensive plan to treat their symptoms and help manage their chronic illness. His individualized approach is what makes Dr. Aleman such an essential part of the Vein Clinics of America team.
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