Michigan Vascular is a fully-accredited vascular laboratory.

Michigan Vascular Diagnostic Center

Michigan Vascular Diagnostic Center is an IAC fully-accredited vascular laboratory. We provide cerebral vascular, aortic imaging, peripheral arterial, and venous non-invasive testing.

In 1980, the physicians of MVC founded the noninvasive vascular laboratory as an adjunct to the diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease.

The noninvasive vascular lab at Michigan Vascular Center was the first of its kind in Genesee County. From its inception, the vascular laboratory has operated under a comprehensive quality assurance program (correlating laboratory, angiography, and surgery), and in 1990 was among the first in the country to obtain accreditation by the Intersocietal Commission for Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL) now IAC (Intersocietal Accreditation Commission).

Accreditation must be achieved every three years. We can proudly say that our lab has been continuously accredited since 1990.

Michigan Vascular is a fully-accredited vascular laboratory.

Michigan Vascular Diagnostic Center

Michigan Vascular Diagnostic Center is an IAC fully-accredited vascular laboratory. We provide cerebral vascular, aortic imaging, peripheral arterial, and venous non-invasive testing.

In 1980, the physicians of MVC founded the noninvasive vascular laboratory as an adjunct to the diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease.

The noninvasive vascular lab at Michigan Vascular Center was the first of its kind in Genesee County. From its inception, the vascular laboratory has operated under a comprehensive quality assurance program (correlating laboratory, angiography, and surgery), and in 1990 was among the first in the country to obtain accreditation by the Intersocietal Commission for Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL) now IAC (Intersocietal Accreditation Commission).

Accreditation must be achieved every three years. We can proudly say that our lab has been continuously accredited since 1990.

INTERPRETATION BY A VASCULAR SURGEON

Our noninvasive vascular technologists work hand-in-hand with vascular surgeons to create a roadmap of your vascular condition.

RPVI

As of 2014, The American Board of Surgery is now requiring a new credential before a surgeon can even take the examination to become certified in vascular surgery. That credential is called RPVI (Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation).

The American Board believes that only a qualified physician should be interpreting a non-invasive vascular study.

Make sure a Vascular Surgeon is interpreting your noninvasive study!

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One of the Largest Groups of

Vascular Surgeons in the Midwest

Providing the best possible vascular care for the physicians, patients, and institutions of our community.

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One of the Largest Groups of Vascular Surgeons in the Midwest

Providing the best possible vascular care for the physicians, patients and institutions of our community.

Contact Us