Modern Vascular – We Are Still Here
Welcome to Spring and to the beginning of our Second Financial Quarter. As part of my Spring message to you, I will share with you someone else’s words that inspire me each day and which I feel appropriately frame what for now has become the new “normal” at Modern Vascular.
“They have tried to squeeze us out, to stamp us into the past. But we are still here.
And there are more of us every day.”
The reality is that life is hard, life is not perfect, and life always seems to have its own plan, which oftentimes, does not align with our plans. I am the Chief Executive Officer of Modern Vascular and I AM STILL HERE! And I am not here alone, the Board, the entirety of our C-Suite, and leadership team are also still here and we are all fully committed in our service to you and to our patients. We will continue to be here as ambassadors to our Modern Vascular Family and to our patients regardless of the storms that may come our way. We are committed to this company and, while we understand that fear of the unknown is very real, we ask all of you to continue to stand beside us in service to our patient populations in one unified voice, let’s let the world know that “We, Modern Vascular, are Still Here and there are more of us every day!”
Thank you for your continued commitment to this organization and to our patients.
Patrick Santore, Chief Executive Officer
5 Tips to Plan for Your Wellness
New Year’s resolutions are difficult to stick to. Learn how to stay on track with your health and take a look at these five tips to help you plan for your wellness! Staying consistent and patient will help you create healthy habits, such as taking the stairs instead of the elevator. Read more details for creating a better lifestyle.
February was National Heart Month!
As we support National Heart Month, it is important to note the link between Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and the heart. The heart plays a vital role in the circulatory system by keeping the blood pumping. Without the arteries carrying blood from your heart, you would not be able to supply oxygen to your limbs! Learn more about the heart and Peripheral Artery Disease.
Dr. Paul John Rochon moderates the West Coast Vascular & Interventional Symposium
Dr. Paul John Rochon, Managing Physician of Modern Vascular in Denver, attended the 3rd annual West Coast Vascular and Interventional Symposium to educate and connect with interventional trainees.
Wear Red Day
During the month of February, our Modern Vascular teams wore red to show their support during National Heart Month! Wear Red Day falls on the first Friday of February every year. This holiday was created by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to raise awareness for heart disease.
Dr. Ryan Jean-Baptiste speaks on Black History Month
D. Ryan Jean- Baptiste, Managing Physician at Modern Vascular in Louisville, spoke of the importance of health within the African American communities.
Patient Procedure Walkthrough
Dr. William D. Long
Dr. William David Long, Managing Physician at Modern Vascular in San Antonio, walks us through what a Peripheral Artery Disease patient goes through at our clinic.
Modern Vascular Featured on Telemundo
Modern Vascular staff offers a helping hand to the family of a little girl who suffers from a heart condition that leaves her immobile. (En Español: Personal de la clinica Modern Vascular provee una mano amiga ala familia de una pequena nina que sufre de problemas cardiacos que la deja inmovil.)
New Chief Medical Officer of Modern Vascular
Dr. Marc L. Eckhauser
Marc L. Eckhauser, MD brings decades of expertise in clinical and operative vascular surgery to Modern Vascular. Dr. Eckhauser graduated from the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center. He served his internship and residency at University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. He remained on the full-time surgical faculty attaining the rank of Associate Professor of Surgery teaching both vascular and general surgery for 11 years.
He then moved to southern Ohio and practiced vascular surgery and was the Chief of Surgery. He initiated the endovascular program and formed the Northwest Ohio Vascular Institute. He moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 2002 and has practiced in the East Valley. He is board-certified and recertified several times. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his children and grandchildren.Clinic: Modern Vascular of Mesa
New Head of Modern Vascular Research Committee
Dr. Paul John Rochon
Dr. Paul John Rochon is a dual board-certified Vascular & Interventional Radiologist with expertise in peripheral arterial disease, venous disease, women’s health, and pain management. He received his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine, completed radiology residency at University Hospitals/Case Medical Center in Cleveland, OH, and his Vascular and Interventional Radiology fellowship at the Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute. Dr. Rochon has taught and directed interventional radiology resident programs, received awards, authored publications in peer-reviewed journals, and engaged in clinical research.Clinic: Modern Vascular in Denver, CO
Service Excellence Awards
Employees of the Quarter Q1 2023
Modern Vascular in Calabasas