Corey Johnson, MD

Dr. Corey Johnson has over a 98% satisfaction rate from all his patients treated for Varicose Vein Disease. He is committed to offering only the very best in vein medicine.

He graduated magna cum laude from Utah State University with a B.A. degree in chemistry. He then attended the Medical College of Wisconsin (formerly Marquette), graduating in 1988. He completed his Family Practice residency in Casper, Wyoming. Following his residency training he returned to his home town where he worked in Family Practice for seven years. He then became a full time Emergency Medicine physician until 2006 when he completed specialty training in Phlebology (vein disease) and opened his vein practice.
In 2008 when the American Board of Phlebology was established, Dr Johnson became one of only 248 physicians in the world to be granted diplomat status. He is an active member of the American College of Phlebology.

Dr. Johnson’s family owns a set net fishing camp on the Kenai Peninsula and they spend their summers there running the camp and enjoying the beauty of Alaska. It is while fishing here that Dr. Johnson first noticed the need for quality vein care in Alaska and the idea for Alaska Vein Care was born. Dr. Johnson is also an avid tennis player.