Hamilton Vein Center Opens Vein Treatment Centers in San Antonio!
You bet, we have “remembered the Alamo!”
In June, Hamilton Vein Center will bring today’s most advanced, minimally invasive vein treatments to San Antonio. We are excited to be opening not one, not two, but three locations to serve the greater SA area.
While we get settled in SA, Hamilton Vein Center — Stone Oak, located in the Stone Oak Physicians Plaza I at 19016 Stone Oak Parkway, Suite 150, 78258, will serve as our main location, offering our full suite of vein treatment services. For vein consults, ultrasounds and follow-ups, San Antonians can visit one of our two satellite varicose vein centers in Alamo Heights — 143 W Sunset, Suite 100, 78209 – or in Westover Hills — 11212 State Hwy. 151, Suite 260, 78251.
Opening dates: Stone Oak IS NOW OPEN and scheduling consultations! Alamo Heights and Westover Hills will open over the next two weeks. So stay tuned to our Facebook page for those announcements.
We welcome Dr. Justin G. Smith, who will serve as our San Antonio Clinic Director. Dr. Smith graduated Magna
Cum Laude from Texas A&M University and is a member of the honor society Alpha Omega Alpha. Before joining Hamilton Vein Center, Dr. Smith served as Medical Director at an outpatient interventional practice in Dallas. He completed a Radiology Residency from The University of Texas – Houston, as well as a fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from MD Anderson in Houston. When he isn’t working, Dr. Smith enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs, building custom Jeeps, enjoying water sports and traveling.
Vein disease affects millions of Americans. Since 2010, Hamilton Vein Center has been on a mission to educate people about vein disease, a very treatable medical condition that progresses over time. We were the first vein treatment center in Texas, led by interventional radiologists, to take today’s highly effective, minimally invasive vein treatments out of the hospital and into a convenient, comfortable, outpatient setting. What’s even better, most treatments take less than an hour to perform and most are covered by insurance.
Find out more answers to your questions here –
What is vein disease
Signs and symptoms of vein disease
Frequently Asked Questions
Nine questions to ask before choosing a vein doctor
We look forward to serving the vein sufferers of San Antonio. Relief and a better quality of life are on the way!
Please call 210.504.4304 to schedule an appointment today