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USA Vascular Centers in Kent, WA, Achieves AAAHC Accreditation

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Northbrook, IL, Sept 9, 2021—USA Vascular Centers is proud to announce that its Kent, WA location at 26124 Pacific Hwy S, has achieved a full 3-year accreditation through the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). USA Vascular Centers received recognition for meeting the highest national standards at their outpatient clinic that treats Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and other lower vascular conditions. AAHC is the leader in ambulatory health care accreditation, with more than 6,100 organizations certified.

Specialists at USA Vascular Centers are leaders in the development and use of medical, endovascular, and non-surgical interventions to diagnose, treat, and prevent complications of peripheral artery disease (PAD). This severe circulatory condition reduces blood flow to the limbs, particularly to the legs and arms. Specialists perform stent angioplasty in addition to helping patients make lifestyle and medication changes. Smoking, obesity, and other health risks can lead to peripheral artery disease (PAD), which affects one in 20 Americans over the age of 50. Activity typically triggers PAD symptoms, such as leg pain, muscle aches, and fatigue. Besides pain and limited mobility, PAD can also contribute to the risk of a heart attack and stroke, especially in people with diabetes or high blood pressure. The National Institute of Health estimates that the rate of lower limb amputations due to PAD is high, yet up to 90% are preventable with proper intervention.

The Kent USA Vascular Center is one of three locations in Washington dedicated to providing superior care for peripheral vascular disease.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 888-773-2193 or visit usavascularcenters.com.

About USA Vascular Centers

USA Vascular Centers are dedicated to the minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment of various conditions, including Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). USA Vascular Clinics locations include New York, West Virginia, California, New Jersey, Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Illinois, Utah, Washington, Texas and WA. At USA Vascular Centers, highly trained vascular surgeons with decades of experience perform minimally invasive treatments for vascular diseases that used to require surgery and a hospital stay. For information or to refer a patient, visit www.usavascularcenters.com.

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