Soffer Health Institute Expands Vein Care with New Boca Raton Office

Residents from Miami to Aventura, Hollywood to Pembroke Pines – and much of South Florida, have long known the clinical expertise and close patient care delivered Soffer Health Institute. Now, residents of Boca Raton, Delray Beach and southern Palm Beach and northern Broward counties will have a chance to experience Soffer Health in their own neighborhood.

Soffer Health Institute is opening Soffer Vein, a division of Soffer Health, in Boca Raton. The new location is scheduled to open at the end of July. The location is: 9878 Clint Moore Road, Suite 202, Boca Raton, Florida 33496. To reach the new office, call (305) 792-0555.

Soffer Health Institute, the leading medical practice in Miami and Aventura for treatment of varicose veins, spider veins and general cardiology, also has offices in

  • Aventura, 21097 NE 27th Court, Suite 330.
  • Pembroke Pines, at 17901 N.W. 5th St., Suite 204.
  • Plantation, at 201 N.W. 82nd Ave., Suite 306.
  • Hialeah, at 7150 West 20th Avenue, Suite 615.

About Soffer Health Institute

The Soffer Health Institute, with offices conveniently located throughout Miami-Dade and Broward County, Florida, is dedicated to restoring the personalized practice of medicine by making patients feel at home throughout their medical evaluation and treatment procedures. Soffer Health Institute is founded and led by Dr. Ariel Soffer, who is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease and is a Fellow in the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Soffer sets the standard for his medical team to ensure that each patient is treated with kindness and respect and that his Least Invasive Techniques (LIT) philosophy is followed. Dr. Soffer’s LIT approach demands using the least invasive and latest methods that are currently available to obtain optimal results for the patient. This philosophy, along with the personal approach to medicine, is the reason that patients have come from all over the world to the Soffer Health Institute for their vein treatments.

Soffer Vein is a division of the Soffer Health Institute concentrating on the treatment of venous disease. At Soffer Vein, we will thoroughly evaluate your condition with the latest research and techniques available, answer any and all questions that you may have, and present you with a carefully considered customized treatment plan that best suits your individual needs. As a division of the Soffer Health Institute, the personalized approach to medicine and the LIT philosophy espoused by the Soffer Health team is present in each patient’s visit and treatment.

 

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