The mission of Alaska Vein Care is to provide superior, affordable, and accessible vein care for Alaskans with a personal touch. We know that many people feel as if they need to travel outside of Alaska to get quality healthcare. Having a Certified Phlebologist who is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine as the owner of Alaska Vein Care sets the bar for the quality of care that is our core strength. Our staff has been trained to ensure that you are comfortable from the moment you contact us until far after your last visit. We want our clients to feel welcome at our office. You will be surrounded by smiles and friendly faces who not only understand what you are going through but deeply care about the treatment you are receiving.
Alaska Vein Care currently provides expert treatment for venous insufficiency, varicose veins, and spider veins in four convenient Alaska locations. We are very interested in doing outreach in the future and bringing care to areas that are underserved. If you are interested in having us come to your area to do screening or treatment, please fill out a contact form so we can discuss with you.
We sincerely hope that we will have the privilege of providing care for you! Make your appointment today and let us to show you why we are proud to say: Alaska Vein Care… the difference is in the caring!
Caryn Hidalgo has been a Medical Assistant since 2001. She has used those skills working in urgent care, assorted medical facilities, and with Dr. Johnson in his Utah vein practice since 2007. She is a wonderful first contact and works on our patients’ behalf to secure approvals for vein procedures when necessary.
Dr. Johnson has been a participant in the Hackett Hemwell Mission to Honduras that treats indigent patients with chronic venous disease.
Every year a group of physicians trained in the treatment of venous disorders treats over a thousand patients at 3 different sites throughout Honduras who suffer from the effects of untreated vein disease. Many of these patients have been disabled for years due to the chronic pain from non-healing leg ulcers.