The Circulatory Centers has received recognition for their commitment to providing the highest level of patient care and quality testing for the diagnosis of vascular disease.
The Circulatory Centers was founded in 1979 by William G. Katz, MD, FACS. Since then there have been incredible advances in the treatment of varicose veins. Patients whose sole option might once have been "vein-stripping" can now enjoy safe, virtually painless removal of problem veins.
The Circulatory Centers are now under the guidance of Louis M. Certo, MD, FACS, whose career in Phlebology began under the guidance of Dr. Katz. Dr. Certo has remained a staff surgeon for The Circulatory Centers since 1997.
The physicians at The Circulatory Centers have paved the way for many of the advances in varicose vein treatment. Dr. Katz was one of the first in the practice of sclerotherapy. Our physicians have continued refining and improving upon vein treatment procedures so that today our treatments eliminate both large and small varicose veins. The Circulatory Centers is now considered one of the best medical providers for vein therapy in the country!
Each Circulatory Center physician collaborates with a group of highly qualified medical personnel. The latest methods and technologies are used to determine the optimal path of treatment for every patient.
The Circulatory Centers' treatments are much less costly than vein stripping surgery and its associated hospital expenses. Our evaluation and treatment procedures are covered by numerous major medical insurance plans. In fact, we are in network with many of the top health insurance carriers. Our office personnel will happily assess all insurance forms and submit claims to alleviate patients of burdensome and often confusing paperwork.
Carol Ann White, M.D.
Dr. Carol White completed her undergraduate and graduate studies in medicine at West Virginia University. After graduating in 1999, she did her residency at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, West Virginia. White has board certification in emergency medicine, and she was an emergency room physician at Ruby Memorial Hospital and Monongalia General Hospital, where she was also a wound care specialist at the Healing Center in Morgantown. White joined the Circulatory Centers in 2010, receiving additional training with our medical directors in the specialty field of phlebology.