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SOURCE: Total Vein Care
“Going to a university to help train future physicians is one of two primary rewards I get as a physician. The first of course is improving the lives of my patients. Improving lives and training others to do the same. It can’t get any better than that!" - Dr. Steven Kaufman
Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
In a continuing move to not only provide medical care to a community, Dr. Steven Kaufman met with a class of upcoming physicians at Colorado State University to discuss the Physiology of the Human Venous System with them. It seems ironic but fitting that the medical school class represents educating millennials in the details of their future profession while at the same time, the majority of Dr. Kaufman’s patients come from the baby boomer population. “That is the way medical care in the United States has grown for decades” stated Dr. Kaufman. We live longer today in better health because research and next generation physicians learn and contribute to the well being of all. I believe it is my job to support this continuous improvement process!”
Dr. Kaufman is a general surgeon with over 25 years experience and is Northern Colorado’s only physician specializing in vein care. He settled his practice in Fort Collins, Colorado as Total Vein Care because of the proximity to Colorado State University to establish a professional relationship with the art and science of renewing and improving medical care to all that need it. He also reaches out to other schools both in Colorado and beyond to assist and help develop the entire practice of vein care health. Convening with a group of specialists from across the nation recently, Dr. Kaufman was invited to be a part of a discussion on the Physiology of the Human Venous System. Kaufman is emphatic, “I believe that being a physician is a commitment to the best available care possible to all patients. That means when there is an important discussion going on in my specialty, I am going to be a part of it!”
“Going to a university to help train future physicians is one of two primary rewards I get as a physician. The first of course is improving the lives of my patients. Improving lives and training others to do the same. It can’t get any better than that” concluded Kaufman. “Every surgical patient I have gets my cell phone number in the event they have a question. I do the same with students. We are all in this together.”
Total Vein care is located at 1136 East Stuart Street #4102 Fort Collins, CO 80525 (970) 498-8346. Call today to inquire about a free screening and talking with Dr. Kaufman about pain or discomfort you may be feeling from a disease that affects more than half of the population over age 50.
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