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Southeastern Surgical Associates
100 Camp Street
Hyannis MA 02601
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We are a team of vascular surgeons, vascular ultrasound technologists, and vascular nurses all with expertise in caring for patients with vein problems in the Southeastern region of MA including Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard and Plymouth County.
We pioneered modern vein care in Massachusetts. Dr. Daniel Gorin performed the first VNUS closure procedure done in Massachusetts in 2000. Along with Dr. Lawrence Novak and our staff, Dr. Gorin has done thousands of minimally invasive venous procedures over the past 10 years.
This gives us the expertise to care for every patient with venous disease, no matter what their problem, with a treatment plan tailored specifically to their needs.
Our staff takes care of patients with vein problems day in and day out, and our office is designed to care for patients with these types of medical issues. We are knowledgeable and committed to making sure that your questions are answered, and that your experience with us is comfortable and easy.
If you have facial veins, red spots or wrinkles, or would like embarrassing spider or varicose veins in your legs and hands removed, let us help. Rather than receiving treatment from a technician in a spa, we encourage you to visit the board-certified doctors of Southeastern Vein Specialists.
Our vascular laboratory does more ultrasounds for patients with chronic venous disease than any lab in the area. Our technical director, Lisa Perino, and Medical Director, Dr. Gorin, are both certified RVT’s, and have both served as instructors training sonographers and physicians in venous ultrasound.
We were one of the first vascular laboratories in southeastern Massachusetts to be ICAVL accredited in venous disease.
Southeastern Vein Specialists is a training site for physicians wishing to learn the VNUS Closure® procedure, and many of physicians around New England currently performing the procedure have received instruction here. We also serve as a resource for physicians with questions about patients with more complex vein problems.